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A hidden jewel in San Pablo City. Cozily nestled on the slopes of two legendary mountains, Mt. Banahaw and Mt. San Cristobal, a stream meanders on about 500 feet above sea level and glides down Bato Springs Resort, which started as a tiny waterfall that came out from red earth and giant boulders. The waterfall spread out icy cold water irrigating the lush coconut plantation and a source of life for the different flowers and fruit trees around the area. Imagine yourself in paradise where you only hear the rustle of the leaves as the cool and fresh mountain air blows, the melodious sounds of the birds perched above swaying trees and the rush of spring water as it approaches the waterfalls. It is indeed an idyllic setting where you can get away from the humid air of the metropolis and the deafening sound and hassles of the daily traffic.


  ENTRANCE FEE (Adults & Kids)
   Weekdays: 70 / pax
   Weekends/Holidays: 80 / pax
   Overnight: 125 / pax

By Car:

From SLEX, take Sto. Tomas exit after the second Calamba tollgate. Follow way to Lucena. Turn left at junction inn. Turn another left at Isuzu. After Alaminos, at San Pablo, do not enter city proper. After Meralco, turn left at Bato Springs signboard. In about 5 km, turn left at the second Bato Springs signboard.

By Bus:

Take Lucena-bound bus from Manila to San Pablo City. Get off at Meralco San Pablo. Take a tricycle to Bato Springs.

(0926) 5822 822
(049) 5620976

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