Nasuli Cold Spring in Malaybalay, Bukidnon

Originally established and maintained by American missionaries, Nasuli Cold Spring boasts a refreshing cold spring nestled amidst lush trees. The lagoon, with its approximate depth of 15 feet, is ideal for both diving and swimming, offering a serene retreat. Meticulously tended by the staff, it maintains a pristine environment, exuding a tranquil ambiance.

This natural pool, is continuously replenished with fresh, icy water, ensuring a rejuvenating experience. Its varying depths accommodate swimmers of all levels, while a diving platform adds an exhilarating dimension. Although a children’s section is available, supervision by a guardian is advised due to the absence of a lifeguard. Visitors can indulge in a unique foot spa experience with small fish cleansing their feet, amidst the shade of trees.

Facilities such as showers and toilets are basic yet well-maintained, complemented by nearby cottages, convenience stores, and eateries. Outside food is permitted, enhancing the convenience for visitors. With an entrance fee of 75 pesos per person and complimentary parking, Nasuli is a popular destination, particularly on weekends. To avoid crowds, weekday visits are recommended. The resort operates daily from 8 AM to 5 PM, inviting guests to immerse themselves in its natural splendor and tranquil surroundings.

Nasuli Cold Spring Location

Nasuli Spring Resort is located in Bangcud, Malaybalay, Bukidnon, Philippines, just 15 kilometers south of Malaybalay City. It’s in the beautiful Bukidnon province on Mindanao Island, adding to the charm of Northern Mindanao Region.

Nasuli Cold Spring Location Map


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Additional Information

Read more about Bukidnon Province. Check out the links below to learn how to get there, what to do, what to see, when to go, where to stay and many more helpful information about the province.


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