Nasuli Cold Spring

I Love Nasuli

Together with my bestie, Sierra, we head to our first destination - Nasuili Cold Spring. Nasuli's water is so cold and we enjoyed the scenery yet we felt quite terrified in the water since it is not crystal clear thus we could not verify the kind of creatures we are swimming with. In addition sea water plants are quite distracting as well as the mud clay. Some areas are quite deep specially in blue water areas. If you are unable to swim well, you may still enjoy it by renting floaters and life jackets from the cashier area.

Nasuli was first developed and maintained by American missionaries belonging to the Summer Institute of Linguistics. The missionaries reside here along with their families for decades. After their mission was completed years ago, the property was turned over to the original owners who now maintain the place

We soak our selves for an hour or so. It feels refreshing and we're ready to head up to Monastery of the Transfiguration for our next stop.


From Valencia Bus Terminal, ride a multicab going to Nasuli junction for just 20php. From there, take habal-habal going to the spring resort for just 10php or you may contact kuya Abella at 0997-226-0775.


Adult : 30php
Child : 20php

Cottage : 300php / 400php
Table : 200php

Life Jacket : 50php
Salbabida : 50php
Depost : 50php / Valid ID

WARNING : No lifeguard on duty
  • Swim at your own risk
  • No alcoholic beverages (if caught, the owner has the right to let you vacate the area)
  • Adult should not swim alone
  • Children should not use the pool without adult supervision

More information

Business Hours : 5am - 6pm (Daily)
Address : Nasuili Spring, Bangcud, Malaybalay City
Contact : 09061656428

Panoramic View


Nasuli Cold Spring





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