Lonoy Cold Spring in Bohol is a beautiful spot to spend an hour or two swimming in the man-made pools which are fed by a nearby freshwater stream.
I visited Lonoy Cold Spring on the way to Kinahugan Falls, so you can combine these two locations on the same route.
WHERE ARE LONOY COLD SPRINGS
Lonoy Cold Spring is located in Jagna on Bohol Island.
Click here to see the location on Google maps.
It’s best visited from Anda town in East Bohol which is a 38km drive with a journey time of 55 minutes.
If you are staying in the main tourist area of Panglao, it’s a 77 km drive that takes approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes.
HOW TO GET HERE
The best way to reach Lonoy Cold Spring Bohol is to rent a scooter in Anda and make the drive southwest to Jagna.
There are limited scooter rental stores located in Anda but I know of one place where you can get your hands on some wheels for around 500 pesos per day.
His name is Joey and he can be contacted by phone on +639123982873 or Facebook Bernaldez Joey.
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LONOY COLD SPRING ENTRANCE FEE
The entrance fee at Lonoy Cold Spring is 10 pesos.
There are also plastic tables and chairs available for rent for an extra 50 pesos.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT LONOY COLD SPRING BOHOL
When you arrive, you’ll find a small parking lot and ticket stand out the front before entering through the gates to the springs.
The cold spring is made up of three separate springs that are fed by the runoff of water from the nearby mountains.
The flow of water cascades down the hillside into each man-made pool and meets the freshwater stream at the bottom.
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It’s a popular location for the locals to hang out on weekends and you won’t find too many tourists here.
They are always very friendly and welcoming to foreigners so take the time to get to know them and learn more about the local way of life here in Bohol.
Snacks and drinks are also available from the little shop next to the springs.
The water inside the spring is no more than six feet deep and it’s a great spot to cool off while listening to the sounds of the surrounding forested area.
WHERE TO STAY IN ANDA
Anda is located in east Bohol and has hundreds of accommodation options to choose from.
I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay to fit the needs of budget backpackers, luxury travelers, and everyone in between.
See the list of accommodations below that I personally recommend.
LUXURY: AMUN INI BEACH RESORT & SPA
Amun Ini Beach Resort is the best 5-star accommodation nestled amongst palm trees in Anda. Featuring a private beach, swimming pool, restaurant and bar, and ocean views!
The rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with a flat-screen tv, sitting area, mini-bar, en suite bathroom, and balconies with sea views.
Amun Ini offers free snorkeling and kayaking equipment and breakfast is also included for all guests. Recommended for couples, families, and friends.
MID RANGE: PARKLANE BOHOL RESORT & SPA
Parklane Resort & Spa is a great location in Anda just 10 minutes drive from town and offers beachfront accommodation, a private beach, 3 swimming pools, a restaurant and bar, and a wellness spa.
There are double rooms, family rooms, and deluxe suites available, each with a flat-screen tv, air conditioning, private bathroom, balcony with ocean views, and coffee/tea making facilities.
Best place to stay for families, couples, and friends.
BUDGET: ANDA DIVERS ENJOY GARDEN RESORT
The cheapest accommodation in Anda, perfect for solo travelers and friends.
Anda Divers Enjoy Garden Resort features an in-house restaurant and bar, an outdoor swimming pool, and beautiful gardens.
Choose from a double room or deluxe double room which is spacious with air-conditioning, private bathrooms, free wifi, and a seating area with a desk.
For More Options, See My Complete Guide On Where To Stay In Bohol
BOOK A BOHOL TOUR
Another great way to see all of the best Bohol tourist spots is to book a Bohol Countryside Tour.
This particular tour is the top-rated tour in Bohol with great reviews.
I can’t recommend this amazing tour enough, especially for first-timers to Bohol!
The Bohol Tour includes the following:
- Chocolate Hills Bohol
- Bilar Manmade Forest
- Bohol Tarsier Sanctuary
- Loboc River Cruise with lunch
- Baclayon Church
Check Availability & Rates: Bohol Countryside Tour
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FINAL THOUGHTS – LONOY COLD SPRING BOHOL
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