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MUST-VISIT: Heal Yourself at the Therapeutic Waters of Sira-an Hot Spring

Antique

Belle Piccio
Belle Piccio | Aug 06, 2015

The resort, managed by the local government unit of Antique, features a swimming pool with warm water that reeks of sulfur and mini bathtubs overlooking the sea of Sulu.

A sulfur spring above the massive rock near the seaside is where the warm water flows through its natural crevices, going the mini tubs and filling in the large pool.  

The free-flowing hot spring water that continuously fills the pool and mini tubs is believed to be therapeutic.

Many believe that the healing waters of the Sira-an hot spring has a therapeutic effect on the body. They say it can cure aching muscles, bones and even skin diseases.

From the Sira-an hot spring, you’ll get a beautiful view of the Sulu Sea.

You’ll also spot the Nogas Island from afar. The island is a 26-hectare marine and bird sanctuary.

The resort has cottages, coffee shop, restaurant and pavilion.

Fees:

Entrance

  • Foreign Tourist: Php50.00/ person
  • Local Tourist: Php20.00/person

Schedule of Pool Cleaning is Monday morning and Thursday afternoon.

Rooms

  • Ordinary Room: Php600.00/night (good for 4 persons)
  • Air-conditioned Room: Php1,000.00/ night

No overnight for open cottages.

Nogas Island Trip

  • Environmental Fee: Php 20.00/person
  • Pump Boat: Php500.00 good for 10 persons

Stay at Nogas Island is until 5:00pm only.

Note: Rate may subject to change without prior notice.


Truly this wonderful resort offers rest, relaxation and cure!

How to Get There

From Manila, you can fly to Iloilo (It’s a hour-long plane ride that will cost you roughly P3,000 for a round trip ticket).

From Iloilo City, take Anini-y bound buses at Antique Transport Terminal located in San Pedro Street, Molo, Iloilo City. Travel time from Iloilo City to Siraan is approximately two hours. It is approximately 4 hours from Caticlan, Aklan.

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