Timoga Cold Springs

Iligan City, Lanao del Norte

The Timoga Cold Springs are located just outside the city of Iligan in Lanao del Norte. The cold waters are a popular place for tourists to cool off in the pools of spring water that flow from the higher elevations, which fill five different swimming areas.

Visitors can also find places to get local food and areas for picnics by the cold springs. You can reach Timoga Cold Springs f ...

rom Iligan via taxi.

Timoga Cold Springs News

  • Timoga Cold Springs in Iligan City Philippines

    The plan for that Saturday was to visit Timoga Cold Springs and the Macaraeg-Macapagal Ancestral House. I'll write about the latter on another post so that I could concentrate here on Timoga Cold Springs.

    Iligan City is nicknamed the City of Majestic Waterfalls. From this you would deduce there is an abundance of water in the area and Timoga Cold Springs are one product of that abundance.

    7:34 AM ??" After meeting at Jollibee Aguinaldo and walking to the intersection of Araneta St. and Roxas Ave. in Iligan City we were now on board a jeepney bound for Buru-un. (Same route of the jeepney ...

  • Iligan City Refreshed at Timoga Cold Springs and Side trip at the Macaraeg Macapagal Ancestral House

    Iligan City Refreshed at Timoga Cold Springs and Side trip at the Macaraeg Macapagal Ancestral House

    Mid-day in Iligan City. The sun was blaring, the wind feels humid and after walking around the city streets to chase the Dyandi festival performers, it was a day begging for some nice cool dip. I guess the people at Iligan Bloggers Society (IBS) had foresight of what participants want for that day as we were scheduled to visit the Timoga Cold Springs in Buru-un. Iliganons seem so enthusiastic whenever I mention we're going there. They said it's a place of "flowing swimming pools".

    Timoga Cold Springs Resorts I shiver at the sight of a developed resort with cemented pools and pathways when w ...

  • Iligan City Tourist Attraction

    Iligan City Tourist Attraction

    Maria Cristina Falls is a waterfall of the Agus River on the island of Mindanao. It is sometimes called "twin falls" as the flow is separated by a rock at the brink of the waterfall. It is a landmark of Iligan City, nicknamed the City of Majestic Waterfalls, because of the presence of more than 20 waterfalls in city. It is located 9.3 kilometers away southwest of the city proper at the boundaries of barangay Maria Cristina, Ditucalan, and Buru-un. Well known for its natural beauty and grandeur, the 320 feet (98 meters) high waterfall is also the primary source of electric power for the city's ...

  • Beauty And Bounty Of Iligan City

    Beauty And Bounty Of Iligan City

    Lanao Del Norte is tagged as the Land of Beauty and Bounty.

    For indeed, it is!

    I went last summer 2012 in Lanao Del Norte, particularly in Iligan City to see for myself the beauty and bounty of Lanao Del Norte.

    From Cagayan De Oro city proper, I went to the West Bound Bus Terminal and boarded a bus en route to Iligan City.

    Fee for the aircon is P85.00 and for non-aircon is P70.00.

    Travel time is 1 hour and 20 minutes or a distance of 89 kilometers.

    Arriving at Iligan City, I chartered a habal-habal for my day tour of Iligan.

    First in the itinerary was - Maria Cristina Fal ...

  • Lanao del Norte Tourism

    Lanao del Norte Tourism

    The word Lanao came from the Maranao word "Ranao" which means a body of water and this instance- the second largest lake in the Philippines (Lake Lanao/Ranaw) which is while located in Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte shares a huge affinity through the indigenous people living around the lake which is considered as one of the world's foremost ancient lakes (An ancient lake is a lake that carried water without any interruptions for more than 1 million years. Aside from Lake Lanao- other lakes that fit this category are Lake Baikal in Siberia, Lake Titicaca in South America, and Lake Tanganyika in ...

  • Time Stops in Tinaga Island

    Time Stops in Tinaga Island

    Time stood still as soon as the boatman threw the anchor into the sea. The shimmering aquamarine waters stunned me. It was like a dream.

    I jumped into the waters and felt the powdery cream sand with my feet. Finally, I've set foot at Mahabang Buhangin, Tinaga Island after braving the rough waves coming from the Pacific Ocean for two hours. Tinaga Island is part of the Calaguas Group of Islands in Camarines Norte.

    The 8-hour roadtrip from Manila to Camarines Norte paid off because the moment my companions and I arrived at the island, time stopped. We were back to basics. There were no hot ...