Lusuac Spring

Lusuac Spring, Lagayan: Address, Lusuac Spring Reviews: 4.5/5

Lusuac Spring
4.5
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JTMFraginal
Cainta, Philippines225 contributions
Hidden Gem in Abra, Philippines
Dec 2018 • Family
A long and winding road along the picturesque countryside of Abra Province in the Philippines leads you to Lusuac Spring that has clear cold waters originating from the mountains where tourists can swim to escape the heat of summer. However, the pool is too small when many visitors come to bath particularly during holidays.
Written 28 December 2018
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Kat Sab
Dasmarinas City, Philippines4 contributions
Lusuac Spring
Oct 2018 • Friends
One of Abra’s best gem:
-Water is clear and emerald.
-Your tired body will be relaxed upon dipping in its cold waters.
-We were able to take clear photos underwater
Written 16 October 2018
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Ryan Bautista
Dubai, United Arab Emirates468 contributions
Crytal Clear
May 2016 • Friends
Lusuac Spring can be found in Lagayan Abra. This place is awesome, so many people are visiting the place, the water is incredible! It's crystal clear 😊 your friends, families can visit this spring and you will not regret it. It'll be more beautiful and awesome if they renovate some of the areas. The water is freezing too 😜
Written 24 June 2016
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The Travelling Hopia
Antipolo City, Philippines88 contributions
Abra's Hidden Gem "The Lusuac Spring"
Apr 2015 • Family
Abra has its fair share of hidden gems, their famous Lusuac Spring in Barangay Poblacion Lagayan, Abra, a refreshing spring a waiting for us to swim. A perfect place to cool-off from the summer heat, it's clear water are indeed inviting for a dip.

Lusuac Spring is a well-landscaped resort, it is a good place to hold picnics and bonding with family and friends. It is open to the public with 50 pesos per head for adults and 20 pesos for children's entrance fee. There are also cottages in the area available for rent, prices ranges to 150 to 350 pesos, with a slide on the edge of the pool for kids and kids at heart. They also have a place for you to change your clothes and a comfort room. (Ps. prices may change without prior notice)

The water comes from the underground of the trees surrounding the pool. It's amazing to know that the local people within the area used this water as source for their cooking and drinking needs. So, worry no more, if you forgot to bring your own bottles of water because this area provides the unlimited supply of spring water fresh from mother nature. You can also wallow in your drinks in the pool to cool it. Thanks God the spring doesn’t lose water all year round even during dry seasons.

Lusuac Spring is waiting to be unveiled to an open-minded visitors, thrill seekers and a nature lover like moi. It's worth a visit because the cool water "Lusuac" has to offer would definitely refresh the weary bodies of travelers and its guest. Plus the cool breeze of the air and calm atmosphere the trees that surrounds the swimming area is worth the experience.
Written 4 May 2015
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