Nasuli Spring Resort is a popular swimming and picnic resort located in Bangcud, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, Philippines, some 15 kilometers south of Malaybalay City proper.

The name Nasuli is taken from NAtional SUmmer LInguistic, the group of American missionaries who first developed and maintained the site for recreation. Known for its ice cold waters, its 15-foot deep natural lagoon is just perfect for diving and swimming. Also, large trees abound which provides natural shade on the resort as shown in the photos below courtesy of Project LUPAD.

It is also suggested to bring your own food to the site. Because there are no lifeguards, it’s better to come in a group. See more aerial photos in the link below.

PHOTOS: Nasuli Spring Bukidnon Aerial View

How to get to Nasuli Spring

Nasuli Spring is a popular resort for years so asking for directions particularly in Malaybalay City is not a problem. Just board buses or Public Utility Vehicles bound for Valencia City and tell the driver to drop you off at Nasuli. From the highway, walk some 500 meters to reach the site. Entrance fees are P30 (adults) and P20 (children under 12). Nasuli Cold Spring Resort is open daily from 5AM to 6PM with cottages available for rental.

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