Ardent Hot Springs, Camiguin
Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
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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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..
PAUL R R
We went to the place last September 12, 2016 and only the last & smallest pool has hot water anyway we were informed by the gatekeeper that the pool has no water due to severe drought that was experie... read more »
The many months of severe draught and the earthquake on Bohol in 2013 have caused the Hot Springs not to be so hot anymore and there is barely enough water to use as a kiddie pool. Not very clean anym... read more »
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.
No hot water because of El Ninos, lack of rain. .
Lots of kids when we went so not a very relaxing time. Plus the water was quite cold (much lower than body temperature!!) Was really looking forward to this after a day in the sea, but that was warmer...!
A hot spring for everyone. The entrance is affordable and the rate of the room is cost effective. Muslim should have bring their own foods as the food delicacies arw definitely not halal.
Water is not hot; it's not even decently lukewarm. Water is murky. What's good though are the snow-like things falling from the big trees.
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