Natural Hot Springs That You Can Visit Near Manila

Something to keep you warm.
by | June 08, 2016

Get out of your blanket cocoon this rainy season and go to these natural hot springs. Aside from keeping you warm, it will also make you reconnect with nature as our season transitions into the cold.

Puning Hot Spring

Travel time: 2 hours

Puning Hot Spring has 13 pools with different temperatures each. Can you even imagine a better way to de-stress from a week’s worth of work? Aside from their hot springs, they also provide sand spas where, yes, you’ll be buried under warm volcanic sand. You also shouldn’t miss their mud spa where Sulphur mud is applied to your whole body to rejuvenate your skin.

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Hidden Valley Hot Spring

Travel time: 2 hours

In the middle of a tropical rainforest in Calauan, Laguna is the Hidden Valley Hot Spring where only nature’s greens and waters will envelope you. Thanks to a 300-foot deep crater formed in a volcanic upheaval, hundreds of spring pools – both hot and cold – erupted.

As one of Laguna’s best tourist destinations, Hidden Valley Springs provides living spaces and cabanas for those who want to linger longer in this small pocket of paradise. Activities like mountain biking, yoga, spas and golf are also some of the best things to do while in the area. Check out their website here for more details.

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Manleluag Hot Spring

Travel time: 3 hours and 30 minutes

The Manleluag Spring National Park was proclaimed as a national park in 1940, and now, it is still a protected landscape that houses one of Pangasinan’s hot springs. The protected area is home to almost a hundred bird species, the Philippine deer, wild boar and cloud rat.

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Mainit Hot Springs

Travel time: 4 hours

Dubbed as the first and only hot spring in Quezon, Mainit Hot Springs has proven itself the perfect place for relaxation and family outings. The natural hot spring was turned into bathtubs, swimming pools and wading pools for tourists to get the most out of the natural beauty. It is located in Barangay Ibabang Palate, Tayabas, Quezon.

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