Bato Springs, San Pablo City

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  • Place not to missed. Highly recommend to visit on summer or not even with family and friends, or couples mini getaway. Entrance fee per person for 90 pesos. We stayed at Amithyst room with 3 double de...  more »
  • The place has this ice cold water from a natural spring. This is recommended for teens and adults below 60 years old. Bato Springs offer cottages to guests. Best to visit the place during summer. But ...  more »
  • A place full of freshness in the midst of lush vegetation to be missed during a stay in San Pablo city. Waterfalls, natural pools where you can swim in water directly from the nearby mountains. The entrance is 100 pesos (about €1.60) weekend, 80 on weekdays. You can rent the huts and tables for the picnic (500 pesos the day) with barbecue available. Possibility of accommodation on site also. Toilets, showers and changing rooms. A feast for the eyes at half an hour from the city center.
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  • If you want something close to nature while dipping in natural running water, then you'll very much love this place. This resort goes way back! The water is cold so the best time to swim is in the morning and around noon though they are also open for night swimming. The entrance fee is cheap while the tables, cottages and rooms ranges from 400 to 4000 pesos (as of this posting). There's also a store inside the resort though i would not recommend buying there since their prices are almost double than that in the market or convenient stores, unless of course you want to support the resort by buying their stuff. Please also note that this resort tends to be packed with people during holidays.
  • This is a great resort. The entrance fee is very affordable, even the rents for cottages (varies). You can have a picnic here with your family and/or friends. You can set up your grill or use their public grill for free, just make sure to provide your own charcoals. Regarding the pools, they use natural water so it does not have chlorine (which is great). The water is very cold, and at night it's cold as ice. The pools are clean, but get dirty when the pools get crowded.
  • My first time to visit this place and its very nice. We stayed overnight using tent, but there are rooms also available, depends to the number of pax. This place is very cold, lots of trees. If you are a nature lover, well this is the best place for you. They lots of pools, and the water is super cold, plus they have falls that attracts most. Highly recommended for weekend getaway. Planning to visit this place again!
  • Good for families with children. You can rent a tent for 500 pesos. Would be nice if they kept the place clean at all times. Litter lying here and there around the place. But sorroundings are beautiful. Water running from the mountains.
  • If you're looking for a refreshing ambiance, this is a perfect place for you! Very cold water, forest-like surrounding. Very cheap entrance (80-100 pesos) and a true cold-spring water. A must place to visit!
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