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“Definitely worth the trip”

Panicuason Hot Spring Resort
Ranked #2 of 16 things to do in Naga
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Reviewed 27 April 2014 via mobile

Easily accessible by car or jerpney the hit springs is a cheap and well worth trip out from Naga. Daily entrance is 200 pesos or less than 5 usd per person kids and pensioners cheaper. From the main road it's a drive down to the hot springs passing by some great scenery of fast moving streams going through lush green rainforest. When you arrive the best thing to do is get a picnic hut which varies in price from 200 pesos to 500 pesos depending on the size / location . A number of hot spring options as well as fresh running streams all with a magnificent backdrop of a massive rainforest wall towering over you. As mentioned in
Previous reviews toilet facilities are basic so make sure you pack some tissue paper. Take your own food and be sure to get there early. When I mean early I mean early with a CAPITAL E. we arrived at 7 am and there were already people. Although some of them could have been there from the night before as they have a number of accommodation options which some looked quite nice. Zip line operates with two good lines - first being 200m with a 45 degree incline, second being an easy 100 m . They have children's play area with trampolines , swing set and slide to use for only 50 pesos. New convention hall looks like it holds about 75 persons. I would try and go back a week day for sure as weekend way to busy. Ur a great setting with fresh warm waters .

8  Thank Bigozzi
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Reviewed 17 December 2013

I have visited this hot springs several times in the past. I noticied that in my most recent visit, they have several improvements. Amongst them is a zip line. They also buildt several more guest apts.
There are several springs with different temperatures and one can move around depending on preference. I recommend a visit to this hot springs when visitng the area.

6  Thank selos10
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Reviewed 8 October 2013

Now this is your all-natural hot spring... not just those heated pools in the metro....
about a 30 minute ride from naga city, with a very steep road into the hotsprings...

the landscaping was very good. the place offers about 3-4 natural hotspirng pools (with heights of 3-4ft and temperatures of 35-39degrees celsius). there is also a natural cool spring and a cool pool. you can rent out cottages for a reasonable fee. As for the comfort rooms and wash rooms, it is clean-ish, but can definitely improve more.

i really enjoyed the hotspring, warm and relaxing... will definitely go back.

9  Thank Rohise
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Reviewed 16 February 2013

I went with the entire family and got a room for the night. This was intended to be two days of relaxing and healing with nature. It was nice during the day until around 6:00 pm. they allowed a group to set up a karaoke in there hut. Ungodly loud echoing through the entire resort. We dealt with bad singing noise for a wile and then complained. They agreed to turn it down and that it would be for only a couple of hours but did not and At 1230, we had heard to much. you could not get away from the noise. My nerves were shoot. The faculty could not be found, conflict occurred and I left in fear for my safety. Even with out the karaoke, the place is bring your own drinks bar. I will NEVER go back.

8  Thank Mikii R
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Reviewed 9 January 2013

The hot spring is around 16 ams from Naga up towards Mt Isarog. Access is ok and the facilities like showers, changing rooms, and cottages are basic but kept clean by the staff. Highlight of the place is several pools of varying temperatures. Hottest was 39degC which is deemed medicinal by the local folk and good for the skin due to its sulfur content. This is the place to relax and soothe tired muscles and the setting is in the middle of a forest. There's a separate pool for kids with a slide.
Important: Bring some insect repellant as sand flies (or Noknok as they call it) could be a menace.

11  Thank BillyV813
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