Most of the hot springs that can be used in the country are in the form of resorts, and there are many types of pools, so the prices are not cheap. I heard that the Maquinit Hot Spring here is relatively primitive, cheap, and right on the beach, so I have to go for a dip. There is no bus, the town is about 4 kilometers to the hot spring, and the chartered car is 400-500 pesos. A big pool without much decoration (really big) + two small pools are the hot springs here, a good place to enjoy nature.
Relaxing... It's a 30 mins tricycle ride from the town..It's salt water hot spring..Best visit it night time or when raining..❤️
If you come to Coron and are tired of going out to sea, there is actually a quiet place where you can enjoy the sea view while soaking in the hot springs. Maquini Hot Spring is a salty seawater hot spring. I believe you have never experienced it. Just find a tutu car in the town and talk to the driver about hot spring. It takes about half an hour by car. Hot spring tickets are very cheap, almost no one in the morning, you can sit on the whole sea view, the open-air warm pool is enclosed, the salt water temperature between 30-45 °, after soaking hot, you can walk through the trestle next to about 30 meters Go to the outer mangrove waters. This sea area is open. The water depth off the trestle bridge is not high. The water depth is about half a meter. The water temperature is lower than that of the warm pool. You can soak for a while. The alternating cold and warm make you feel like taking a Finnish bath.