Getting There. Ride busses bound to Sta. Cruz. Tell the conductor that you’re going down Pansol, or take the SLEX and turn right at its dead end, Calamba bound. Pansol is just 30 minutes from Calamba. If you see the Max’s sign at your right, you’ve reached the far end of Pansol.
Where to go: There are so many private and public resorts to choose from. From public resort that charge 40 per head to private resorts that charge 4,000 per 8 hours and hotels with amenities, Pansol is the hot spring capital to go to.
Where to eat: Vacationeers usually take picnic baskets, tools and utensils to have a sumptuous feast. There are plenty of barbque grills to buy food from at the highways. One could also buy fresh wriggling Tilapia and have the nice experience of barbque with the whole family. Dine out at restaurants along the Pansol road like Binalot and Max’s Fried Chicken.
What to do: Dip oneself in mineral hot spring and get old coldness out of your system. Visitors can go to the UPLB Campus to get an experience of nature.