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Juandabid wrote a review Jun 2018
Tagbilaran City, Philippines24 contributions6 helpful votes
This place is so cold and very relaxing. I do not recommend this place for kids its because the spring is so deep and the only guid when you’re Swimming is a rope. Although there is Dam beside the spring i still think its not safe for kids Parental Guidance is recommended but this is is very awesome like can you imagine you can cool your drinks just by putting them in the water.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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BSNstamesa wrote a review Apr 2018
11 contributions7 helpful votes
Magical spring . The water in spring is indeed cold,very nice to swim from a long hot motorbike ride .Go there early so you can enjoy the peaceful sound and hear the singing of the birds and enjoy the spring to your self or with few people. Have to pay 20 php to get in and they have cottages for those who wanna hang out there and swim with a group of family and friends. You can do karaoke as well.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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lucseawalker wrote a review Mar 2018
Dumaguete City, Philippines112 contributions48 helpful votes
Amazing how many people we saw cleaning up the sides of the road that lead to this well kept fresh water spring pools. A small part has been kept natural (this deeper part is at the source of the spring) and from there the river has been concreted to form an elongated pool where one could stand. Perfect attraction for local people ... nice but not exceptional for tourists. We came during a week day so we were pretty much by ourselves and had a relaxing bath ... but happy not to have come during a WE or holiday when the place must be full of noisy young people! The place is kept spotless ... nicely painted, kept clean, ... Quite remarkable compared to similar places we have seen in the Philippines! 20P/pers.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Jeannard Jay T wrote a review Apr 2016
Baguio, Philippines324 contributions90 helpful votes
Few minutes away from Can-umantad falls is this hidden gem. This spring creates a big pool which is very very deep, and its blueish water creates a dramatic contrast with the brown and green tropical surrounding. Make sure you are good at swimming coz this very deep natural pool is so inviting. Others even do cliff jumping and other crazy and dangerously fun stuff in there! Environmental fee is 10 pesos only.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Claire L wrote a review Nov 2014
London, England, United Kingdom4 contributions6 helpful votes
We had read lots about the spring and also the can-umantad waterfalls nearby but could not find out how to get there or any maps. So we decided armed with several bottles of water, as it was a super hot day to take a bus to Candijay then ask the locals as had been suggested by other online forums. When we got to Candijay a kind man at the petrol/gas station informed us we needed to carry on travelling north on the main road out of candijay, so we jumped on a trike (three wheeler). As he said we saw a sign pointing to the spring that took us off the main road. It was then a 9km journey to get to the spring, the first 2km we carried on in the trike until it got waay too rough and steep. Then we hopped off and walked the rest of the way on a very steep uphill path that took us through the beautiful countryside, rice fields, grazing buffalo and little villages where everyone was very friendly. The pool was refreshing we jumped straight in as we were soo hot! It was 10 peso entry each and we werethe only tourists there. Dont expect to get lunch but there is a small shop there selling basic drinks and snacks. I would say the best bit was the trike journey and then hike, rather than the spring itself which was a bit on anti-climax. I wish we had gone to the waterfall instead.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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