Hidden Valley Springs, Calauan

#6 of 21 in Parks in Laguna Province
Hot Spring Waterfall
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  • Haven't visited this place in ages, but heard it has been kept well and has some new additions. Drive there from Manila on a Sunday morning was a but hectic. Lot's of traffic once you get off STAR tol...  more »
  • Within two hours of Manila and well worth visiting. There's a Php 2,200 entrance fee which includes buffet lunch and afternoon snack (drinks are not included). Expect to have Filipino cuisine, done we...  more »
  • We took public aircon bus for 2 hours (no traffic) to reach alaminos town and another 20 minutes ride via trike from alaminos before reaching hidden valley resort. Its a huge resort with many trees, v...  more »
  • Definitely visiting this place if you have time. It took a while to arrive this resort since it's so hidden, you may have to ask some local to arrive. Once u arrive, you can see their well-maintained environment. They also control amounts of visitors to enter the resort. Ticket is including lunch and afternoon snack. There are 6 spring pool for you to switch. Be honest, we had so much fun here! Highly recommend!
  • HVS was a family vacation spot back when I was child in the 70's. This is my first time back since about 40 years ago. Still a a great place for R&R. Note: there are some hidden charges so please ask and be clear.
  • The place is quiet. A glamourous mountain climbing due to its natural water resources. However, its too pricey, locker rooms are not well maintained. Very expensive.
  • It's nice place for one day tour, it has 3 pools and maintained well with fresh water. My family had nice time...
  • I would only give this a 3 or possibly a 2. I can't say it's a bad place. It's good because there's nature and it's peaceful. Staff are nice. And the hot spring area is very relaxing and warm. Plus, pets are allowed. If you're into nature, swimming, hot springs, and away from civilization. I'll suggest this. It's a nice place to get away from technology with your friends or partner. The inconvenience? - barely any signal at all! - not much to do besides swimming to be honest. - not much lights. So good luck if you wanna walk around at night. (The #1 problem I have here) - the hot spring is open 24/7 but be careful walking at night. Like I said, there's barely any lights . It's creepy walking alone... I swam there at night and there's no staff walking around the area just in case you get into an accident like someone drowns or something. - food is not particularly impressive. But okay. - No convenient store nearby