Travel Guide to Sto. Niño Cold Spring Camiguin, Philippines

STO NIñO COLD SPRING

Travel Guide to Sto. Niño Cold Spring Camiguin, Philippines

Santo Niño Cold Spring is a natural cold spring that flows down from Mt. Mambajao and is filtered by layers of minerals from the mountain, therefore it is naturally clean.

It is located in Sagay Town and is approximately 2.4 km off the national highway in Catarman, Camiguin island.

Traveling to Camiguin for the first time? This detailed and curated travel guide will make it easy for you to navigate your way inside, save money, and maximize your time.

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HOW TO GET TO SANTO NIÑO SPRING

✓ By Habal-Habal or known as Motorcycle

1.For short distance ride, it will costs you around Php 10 or $0.2. For long distance ride, like camiguin white island to ardent hot spring, will costs you around Php 200 or $4.

2.Much better if you can drive it yourself. It will costs around Php 400 or $8 per day.

3.If you want to rent the motorcycle with a driver then this will costs you around Php 800 or $16 per day.

✓ By Motorela or one of the locals mode of transportation
Motorela Camiguin
Inside the Motorela

1.There is an eastbound tricycle and a westbound tricycle which you can ride at the market or at the highway.

2.It will costs you around Php 8 or $0.2

3.It can accommodate up to 8 passengers.

✓ By Van

1.Most fares costs around Php 30 or $0.6.

2.It can accommodate up to 10-13 passengers.

3.If you want to rent tour the island using the van, it will costs you around Php 2000-2500 or $40-50 per day.

By Jeep

1.Most fares costs around Php 25 or $0.5.

2.It can accommodate up to 13-15 passengers.

3.If you want to rent tour the island using the jeep, it will costs you around Php 2000-2500 or $40-50 per day.

By Multi-Cab

1.Most fares costs around Php 30 or $0.6.

2.It can accommodate up to 8-10 passengers.

3.If you want to rent tour the island using the multi-cab, it will costs you around Php 1500-1700 or $30-34 per day.

4.You can contact our Multi-cab driver thru 0965-235-9892.

MAP TO HELP YOU LOCATE STO. NIÑO COLD SPRING

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Pre- Travel Tips

When is the best time to visit Camiguin?
Travel Must Haves

When is the Best Time to Visit Camiguin?

The best months to visit the Camiguin is on February to June and October because those months have a greater chance of catching sunny days.

Travel Must-Haves

✓ Google Map App – A life-saver for me because without it, I might get lost.

✓ Google Translate – Super powerful app. Translate anything.

Gps-Guided App

✓ Sunscreen – Protect yourself from sunburn or much worse – Cancer.

✓ Pocket Wifi or Sim Card – The convenient of searching anything is a go-to. Please don’t forget this baby. It is a life-saver for me though.

TRAVEL GUIDE TO STO. NIÑO COLD SPRING

STO. NIÑO COLD SPRING CAMIGUIN
STO. NIÑO COLD SPRING ENTRANCE

The pool is rather deep, from 3 ft. to 7 ft. There is a smaller shallow pool for children where the water seems even colder.

One can order food from the restaurants around the area and have this delivered to your table inside. Chairs, tables and huts can also be rented.

There are shops selling drinks, chips and souvenirs outside the paid area of the spring or rather its entrance.

STO. NIñO COLD SPRING CAMIGUIN
STO. NIñO COLD SPRING CAMIGUIN


This is the best spot where one can buy souvenirs like t-shirts or bags. Cheapest market price for t-shirt is Php 100.00 or $2.00 . For medium-sized bag price should be around Php 300.00 or $6.00.

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EXPENSES

50 php or $1.0 – Entrance to Sto. Niño Cold Spring
10 php or $0.1 – Fish Spa Massage
75 php or $1.5 – Huts for Rent

WHAT’S NEARBY

Ardent Hot Spring

Walkway to the Old Volcano

Sto. Niño Cold Spring

Tuasan Falls

White Island

Katibawasan Falls

Sunken Cemetery

Tres Marias Mountain

Viewpoint

Old Church Ruins

MAP TO HELP YOU NAVIGATE CAMIGUIN

CAMIGUIN MAP by shellwanders

Have you been to Camiguin? How was it? Did you swim in the Spring?  😀 

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