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Ardent Hot Springs, Camiguin
(3.3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Have a good soak at Ardent Hot Springs, tucked into the side of a volcano. The clear, naturally sourced water comes into four separate pools with various temperatures. Spend some time in the hotter ones, and then refresh yourself in the colder ones. The site has a small restaurant, and the surroundings are perfect for a picnic. Expect crowds on weekends and holidays. Plan to visit Ardent Hot Springs and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Camiguin attractions using our Camiguin vacation builder.
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  • Ardent hot spring is a must see place in Camiguin Island. It is the only hot spring in Mindanao. The hot spring is therapeutic and a great place for relaxation. 
  • Was looking forward to enjoying this natural hot spring but sadly they were only able to fill one small pool now. Our guide mentioned it was due to the earthquake sometime ago (?) that caused the sour...  more »
  • This place makes you thinking that there is a nice hot water spring.. but when we arrive there the water is not so hot.. so we were a little bit disappointed.. 
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  • Pools are completely dried up compared to early last year. The water in the only remaining small children pool is not hot, not even warm. Still you're charged the regular entrance fees, which are not high of course, but for what? They said it's now a donation. Too bad! :-(
  • Our last visit here was a bit disappointing. There's not enough water in the pool to swim to, while the water temperature is not as hot as they have advertised in their leaflets. They said it was 40° but nowhere near 30°. This might have been understandable since the meager stream coming down from Hibok-hibok is already cooled upon reaching the pool. However, the place, which has capitaluzed so much on this expectation failed to provide good alternatives for visitors.
  • The one and only hot spring in the province of Camiguin. The best time to enjoy the hot spring would near twilight. When the sun starts to come down, and the wind starts to be cold, the warm water engulfs you and makes you forget all the worries in the world. They also have rooms for overnight stay and a restaurant with cheap but delicious food.
  • The pools have dried up and the spring water is not lukewarm not hot.
  • I was here last april this year. I'm a bit disappointed when that time the pool has no water but still its a good experience for me in my whole trip