Itogon also has its hot springs—collectively known as the 1300-level swimming pools—around which several small resorts were established. Compared to Asin. However, the nearby hot springs in Benguet are smaller and have simpler amenities but are less crowded than Asin’s. Carlo Trese Resort is just one of the many nearby swimming pool resorts in Benguet, located on the riverside, with its cottages on the mountainside. You must cross the hanging bridge over the river to get here.
Like most Benguet tourist spots, Carlo Trese Resort has picnic cottages, kiddie pools with water slides, and adult-sized pools. Overnight accommodation at this nearby hot spring in Benguet is available and much cheaper and simpler than in Asin. Entrance to this nearby resort in Benguet is only PhP50 per person, while you can rent tables for as low as PhP200.
Whenever you make a trip to the City of Pines, consider going the road less traveled, combat the cold climate, and head straight towards these nearby hot springs in Benguet for a relaxing time!
October 2023 Update: Carlo Trese Resort is temporarily closed.
Whenever you make a trip to the City of Pines, consider going the road less traveled, combat the cold climate, and head straight towards these hot spring resorts in Benguet for a relaxing time!
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This article was initially published in Yoorekka on April 21, 2018.
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