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Bato Springs, San Pablo City

(2.9/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • The place is very relaxing. We went their via motorcycle from Bacoor Cavite. Though it's quite far, the place is worth the travel. The artificial pool seems so natural, with all the moss and leaves. A...  more »
  • My wife and I visited the Bato Springs in December 2016. The place is simply amazing and the entrance fee is cheap. It is beautiful place to have a refreshing swim or just to have a dip. It could do w...  more »
  • Being a traveller, this is a destination very close to nature. I love the mini falls and the super cold water, it's not advisable for kids though, my daughter only dipped twice because it is too cold ...  more »
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  • Cold Mountain Spring water Resort with valley swimming at multi level dams and a modern pool fed by a man made waterfall. Extensive accommodation cottages and picnic tables. Also camping areas at low prices. Crazy popular in the high holiday season, can be very noisy. Contrasted by very quiet in the off season when I prefer to go. Have food and snacks bar with small shop. Videoki if you like to sing but awful noise in busy period. Very affordable resort.
  • I been there when i was 8 years old and the water is so cold i went at my friends to join them ,i was scared cuz i tough that the pool is so deep but then on my father help me he hold my hands and i swim and i realize that the bato spring is a nice place to relax,swim,and enjoy and ofcourse i really enjoy the bato spring resort and this is the best swimming with my family ever
  • Its nice and amazing because of man-made springs and falls .. There is another one to be built. But during this season(not summer) there are plenty of tourists i thought its few because its not summer season. The nature is very beautiful and its relieve stress :).
  • The place is very affordable yet very relaxing. Especially during summer. The water is very cold. There are a lot of public restrooms and shower rooms. There are also mini stores should you need to buy something. Reservation is not needed if you are not staying on a room. You can just walk in and have fun.
  • As long as you go early, you won't encounter any problems. Good enough for most people. It's more of a river/spring resort actually. However, since the water came from the mountains (Yes, it's natural), you won't like to get hypothermia from their freezing waters. The water is almost freezing that it feels like someone dropped a ton of ice there. Their pools are good as a fridge for drinks (Don't drink or eat in the pool). It's very popular due to its low fees, so expect crowds of people. It's hard to scour for cottages because of too many people. As for the place, it's nice to explore if you don't want to swim. Plus, the winds are likely to spoil the temperature for swimming as the winds can be also be cold due to the water.