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  • Obong Spring in Dalaguete Cebu

    The Obong Spring of Barangay Obong, Municipality of Dalaguete, Cebu is a natural spring water system which flows near the sea. The continuous flow of fresh water meets with sea water when the tide is high. With these features, hundred of tourists are visiting the Obong Spring from time to time. Spring is any natural situation where water flows to the surface of the earth from underground. Obong Spring is cold in nature. This gives the visitors a relaxing ambiance with matching old-aged trees and sculptures.

    How to Get There

    I started my journey towards Obong Spring at Cebu City South Bus ...

  • Day Trip at Obong Spring in Dalaguete Ce

    Dalaguete has been getting the buzz lately especially after the town was featured in Byahe ni Drew of GMA NewsTv. But even before this feature that dubbed Dalaguete as the ‘Summer Capital of Central Visayas’, this small sleepy town in Cebu South has been frequented by locals who are on mini-vacations and Day Trips. I was fresh from college when I first visited this town, a barkada hails from there and from her we learn of Obong Spring.

    Obong Spring is a cold spring whose fresh water flows out to the open sea. The water taste weird, must be the mixing of spring fresh water and the briny ...

  • Soothing Atmosphere Of Obong Spring At D

    I heard about Obong Spring in one of my office mates. We we're talking about some place to swim somewhere south of Cebu but not beach. Just for a change, something fresh like water falls or spring. THen someone suggested we try a spring in Dalaguete, Cebu. The water in the spring is not that fresh because it is directly connected to the sea but my office mate assured that we will love and enjoy the soothing atmosphere of the spring.

    I've visited Obong Spring after my first ever trekking experience in Osmeña Peak. That was afternoon of 22 Feb '14 after having lunch in the seaside eatery in ...

  • Obong Spring Dalaguete

    The Obong Spring in Dalaguete, Cebu is a cold spring. Ambient temperature is around 90 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas the water temperature of the spring is about 20 degrees lower--Bbrrr.