9. Ardent Hot Spring
Ardent Hot Spring is one of the known tourist spots in Camiguin frequented by the locals and favored side-trip destination by mountain trekkers after conquering the peak of Mount Hibok-Hibok. There four (4) pools found onsite arranged into cascades. The topmost pool has the hottest temperature then gradually decreases down to the lowest pool. The area is surrounded by trees with concrete pathways to the picnic huts, tables, spa and restaurant. Though sometimes the waters are hot and sometimes just lukewarm, people still love to visit this place especially on weekends.
Ardent Hot Spring is located in Mambajao, Camiguin.
10. Sto. Niño Cold Spring
Sto. Niño Cold Spring is among the famous cold spring destinations in the province of Camiguin. The resort features a big spring pool with crystal clear, freezing ice-cold spring waters with depths about 3-7 feet. The bottom of the pool is sandy which helps prevent it from being murky while there are parts where notable bubbles surfaces from the grounds. The spring water from the big pool then overflows to the small pool for the kids to enjoy swimming. This is a perfect place to relax especially on summer or hot season.
Sto. Niño Cold Spring is situated in Catarman, Camiguin.