Sto Nino Cold Spring

Catarman, Camiguin

Sto Nino Cold Spring is located 12 kilometers north uphill of Catarman proper. The pool measuring 25 m x 40m is 11/2 meter deep with cold spring water sprouting from its sandy bottom. The area has sari-sari stores, picnic huts, cook-out facilities and restrooms for picnickers.

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    What To Do In Camiguin

    Camiguin, a province off northern Mindanao, is synonymous to the lanzones, which is native to the island. But you need not wait that long to experience the proverbial sweet life because you can enjoy this tropical paradise any day of the year. From lazing around on white-sand beaches to taking a dip in cold springs, here are 10 of the most exciting things to do in Camiguin.

  • Camiguin Island: Where To Go And What To Do

    Camiguin Island: Where To Go And What To Do

    I quit my job and went on a spiritual healing in Camiguin island and it was beautiful. I regret nothing.

  • Sto Nino Cold Spring - Catarman Camiguin

    Sto Nino Cold Spring - Catarman Camiguin

    Sto. Nino Cold Spring is a cool getaway to escape the summer's heat. It's an oasis to Camiguin's visitors who have endured a long and hot day-tour. It's definitely not being subtle about how cool it is based on the resort's name itself. Abundant in constantly flowing water that's clean and fresh this all-natural resort provides a swimming pleasure on a different level. Free from chlorine and its constant changing of its pool water clearly makes it ahead of your typical resort.

  • Explore Camiguin And Bukidnon

    Camiguin is an island province located in the Philippines. It is lanzones capital of the Philippines.

    Major Tourist Destination:

    White Island (locally known as Medano Islet or Medan Island) lies just 1.4 km, about 10 minutes, off the coast of Mambajao, the capital and the largest municipality of Camiguin. It is the province's most popular tourist attraction. Powdery white sand make up this glittery bend, surrounded by sea grass. Although it usually resembles a boomerang, it changes shape according to the tides. A naked island, it is uninhabited no houses, no huts, no trees - but umbrella ...

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    It's nice to wander in a rich island, not with money but with God given wonders. pls watch till the end guys, cheers!

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    I love Camiguin! It's one of the best islands I have visited in the Philippines. If time permits, I will surely visit Camiguin again. Oh dba it rhymes with "come again". Be sure to come again at Camiguin. LOL!

    Anyway, here's our DIY Itinerary Camiguin Island:

    Day 1- Mahinog Area

    Ostrich Breeding Farm
    Katunggan Park
    J&A Fishpen
    Mantigue Island
    Giant Clams viewing

    Day 2- Mambajao/Catarman Area

    White Island
    Sto. Nino Cold Spring
    Bura Soda Water Spring
    Tuasan Falls
    Old Spanish Church Ruins
    Sunken Cemetery
    The Walkway to the Old Volcano

    Day 3- Mambajao Area

    Katibawasa ...