Early in the morning we swam at Timoga Spring Pools. The waters on the pools come from flowing waters from the mountains. Each night they drain all the swimming pools and early in the morning they would fill it up again for the day. No chlorine added according to the staff. The water on the left of the buoy fence was only around 4-5 feet deep while on the right was 16 feet deep. Timoga Spring Pools #Iligan City #Mindanao #Philippines #TravelPH
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.
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 we rode for our 3-waterfall, 1 day adventure.) We told the driver to drop us off at Timoga and we payed 12 Pesos/person.
We have not had breakfast yet, we decided to have breakfast at the stores on the other side of the road.