Bura Soda Springs - Camiguin

Located in Compol-NIA-Mainit Road, Catarman in the island province of Camiguin, Bura Soda Springs is one of the many springs and pools found in the province of Camiguin. However, don't think that this place is just one of your ordinary springs. So what's unique about this place?

Bura Soda Springs

Bura Soda Springs Details

What sets Bura Soda Springs apart from the other springs in the province is its taste. You heard that right, from that name itself Bura Soda Springs, has water that tastes like soda some says it's more like champagne.

Welcome to Bura Soda Spring

Bura Soda Spring - Catarman, Camiguin

I've googled for information regarding the reason why the spring has that unique taste. Some say that the water has minerals that give it a unique taste, in addition to that it is also said that drinking the water from the springs would reduce osteoporosis, decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease, and lower blood pressure.

Read these first before you enter Bura Soda Springs

What I like about Bura Soda Springs aside from its tasty water is its relaxing atmosphere. I love the way the pool mixes with the beauty of its surroundings. The view of Mt. Hibok Hibok and the vast array of flowers and plants in the resort is truly admirable. 


Kids enjoying the cold waters of Bura Soda Springs

Bura Soda Springs Entrance Fee

The entrance fee is another big plus factor for tourists, imagine paying only P20 to experience the ambiance of the springs!

Bura Soda Springs Operating Hours

Bura Soda Springs is open from 7AM - 10PM.

Why visit Bura Soda Springs?

As mentioned, Bura Soda Springs is not just "one of those springs" in Camiguin, it offers a different experience by means of "health benefits" and drinkability. You might want to 

Team Nicerio visits Bura Soda Springs

Getting to Bura Soda Springs:


Airline companies offer flights to Cagayan de Oro Airport (Laguindingan Airport).

From there, ride a van to Agora Market then transfer to another van that will bring you to the Balingoan Port in Cagayan the Oro.

van fare to Agora: P200

van fare to Balingoan Port: P150

Board a fast craft going to Benoni Port.

Fast craft fare: P550-750

From Benoni Port in Camiguin, you have a variety of transportation choices. 

(It's a wise choice to haggle first before acquiring someone's services.)

Motorcycle: P400-500 a day

Motorela (tricycle): P800-1000 a day

Multicab: P1500-1700 a day

In our case, we had a prearranged tour. We rented a multicab to tour us around the province for two days.

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Comments

  1. congratulations on your blog dy! I am so proud of you. I love you! When our Ella gets bigger, let's venture again. We love you so much daddy!

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    1. Thank you so much mommy. I can't wait for that day my! I love you both!

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  2. Very nice article, just what I needed.

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