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Soda Swimming Pool, Camiguin
(2.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This one is kinda exciting to hear. Rumors says that the water tastes like soda but unfortunately it's not. But the resort itself is really fine for the first timers. The food is awesome from nearby. ...  more »
  • The water is perfectly cool to swim in for a hot, humid day. There are 2 mid-sized pools. Entrance fee is 30. You can rent a cottage for 75. 
  • It is a swimming pool. It is cheap to enter. The water was nice. Apart from that there is nothing that special to report. We used it as a refreshing stop to cool down on the way to the nearby waterfal...  more »
Google
  • A quiet, calm place when you go early in the morning and you have the place all to yourself, but I was expecting more soda effect in the pools; it was just like any other spring resorts. They have potable drinking water which they tap from a natural source -- tasted delicious, a bit salty and sweet.
  • If you're a tourist, I suggest you skip this place. There's not much to do other than swim on one of ts deep blue-green pools. Head to Tuasan Falls or Santo Niño Cold Spring instead.
  • The soda pool is one of the oldest swimming pools in the province. It has a few tables and chairs beside the pools. The tables were however decaying from the constant use and there seems to be no improvement from the said resort for a few years now. There is a restaurant inside the resort. The water is cool and comes from a spring.
  • Nice pool with lots of shade and tables. It's got BBQ pits around as well. Free potable soda water too! Pool was nice but obviously old. We went around 5pm and there were only a handful kids there
  • The water tastes good and potable. Need more shaded area.