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Tangub Hot Spring: Camiguin
It is a volcanic hot spring not fully developed a little beneath sea level where a pool is formed by sea stones and corals. Water temperature shifts from cold to lukewarm to warm then to hot as tide changes. Submerge in the warm water inside the pool at low tide and enjoy the cold sea water merging with the hot spring. This rare spring is situated at Naasag, Mambajao - about 12 kilometers west of the capital town; 10-20 meters offshore is ideal for scuba diving.

Timoga Cold Spring: Iligan City
Timoga Cold Spring is known for its pristine, cool and crystal clear waters freely flowing downstream towards several swimming pools. This is another good destination when you stop by in Iligan City Ardent Hot Spring: Camiguin

n the heart of the island bubbles this mineral pool with water around 40ºC. Vapor rises from the heated waters that run down the vents of the dormant Hibok-Hibok volcano. The springs are ideal to bathe in at night surrounded by cool mountain air. It has therapeutic effects. Picnic huts and tables are available in the beautifully landscaped gardens and there is a restaurant on site. It is 6 kilometers southwest of Mambajao. KINABLANGAN HOT SPRINGLocation: Baganga, Davao OrientalAttractions: Sulfuric water spring believed to have curative powers to some skin diseases.

Buso Hot SpringThe spring is located amidst the forest of barangay Buso. The hot mineral water can really provide invigorating and revitalizing effect to one’s tired body after a hard day’s work. The attraction is about 30-minute ride on a rough road from Mati Poblacion by private car or motor vehicles.

KALAPAGAN HOT SPRINGLocation: Bo. Kalapagn, LuponAttractions: Hot mineral springs, surrounding woodlands, swimming, hunting grounds for small games.

Masara Hot springs, Compostela ValleyPANGYAN HOT SPRINGS
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