Canawa Cold Spring

This local tourist destination in Barangay Canawa was named from the term “cawa” meaning a pan, since the shape of the cold spring is like a pan.

Once the tip of your toe touches the cold water of Canawa spring, you would surely feel the urge to swim and savor every single moment of it.

Cryptic in a way, Locals said that no one has ever reached the bottom of the spring and even the source of the water remains undiscovered. Dive your way to the deep blue water and get fascinated by it.

Information of Eco-Tour

Address Brgy. Canawa, Candijay, Bohol
How to Get There
  1. By private car – we will advise for a 4×4 vehicle
  2. By Public Transport – Bus from Tagbilaran city – Brgy. Lungsodaan, Candijay Bohol    is (92 kms)
  3. Van from Tagbilaran City 
Schedule Weekdays (Monday to Friday) : 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Weekends (Saturday & Sunday) : 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
What is included? Environmental Fee
Precaution Statement

10 years to 60 years old can experience theEco-tour 
A maximum of 10 participants to constitute 1 group
How much time is allotted to experience the eco-tour?

It depends on the guests if they want to stay longer.

What to wear? Short and rubber shoes or slippers
What to bring? Extra shirt
Hand towel
Drinking Water and CameraSwim wear if they like to swim in the cold spring
Souvenir items None at this time
Does the eco-tour accept bookings? Yes, we accept bookings. You can contact Mr. Teofredo Janiola, Municipal Tourism Officer Deisgnate of Candijay

Contact Person

Contact Number


Mr. Teofredo Janiola