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Obong Spring

Dalaguete 6022, Philippines
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Cool and awesome

We went there in spite of the rainy weather. Who cares about it anyway. Some parts of the spring is... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
Arjan Gibs D
Cebu City, Philippines
via mobile
Coldwater Seaside Spring - Skip it if it's crowded.

A seaside spring flowing into the adjacent beach. A "swimming pool" type area surrounded by rocks... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2017
Benicia, CA
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23 Aug 2017
“Cool and awesome”
26 Jan 2017
“Cooling and clean”
Dalaguete 6022, Philippines
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Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

We went there in spite of the rainy weather. Who cares about it anyway. Some parts of the spring is hot, which is good. It has some benefits to our body. It has limited cottages but they have tables to put our belongings. Just take...More

Thank Arjan Gibs D
Reviewed 26 February 2017

A seaside spring flowing into the adjacent beach. A "swimming pool" type area surrounded by rocks and cabanas captures the water before it runs out to sea and makes for a very cold dip in fresh water. Great place to hang out on an especially...More

Thank Linda4490
Reviewed 26 January 2017

This cold spring is a short distance - maybe about 350 - 400 metres - off the National Highway and has a minimal P5 entrance fee. There were only 10 others there at 1500 hours on a sunny, delightful Thursday. Quite a few needlefish plus...More

Thank Victorianlad
Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

very cold icy water. though there were a lot of people when we went there, but it was fun. rented a table for only php150, php5 entrance for adults and i forgot the rates for the kids. nice place!

1  Thank Jessica C
Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

✔️ Obong spring. When we get there its easter sunday didnt expect the crowded people still we manage to get a table the entrance fee is really cheap didnt expect that. A little bit cold but you can still manage to to get wet for...More

Thank Nice M
Reviewed 27 September 2015

Went to Obong spring as a side trip after our Osmena Peak hike. The place is good for a refreshing dip after an exhausting hike on a muddy trail. It is affordable too! Entrance is P5 per person. Table + 4 chairs is P100 while...More

1  Thank AiExplorePh
Reviewed 5 June 2015

It was a quick visit we made to the famous Obong Spring on 27May 2015. From the town proper of Dalaguete, it was P8/person tricycle ride to get to the road leading to the spring, and about 10-15 minutes leisurely walk to the spring itself....More

1  Thank Nini T
Reviewed 6 October 2014 via mobile

Entrance Fee is Php5.00/person, from the Dalaguete Public Market, you can take a motorcycle for P8.00 or you can also take the multi-cabs, those that are going to Alcoy or Boljoon. Taking a multi-cab is recommended especially if you're traveling about 5-10 persons. It's short...More

1  Thank ชินวุฒ อ
Reviewed 27 December 2013

A spring near the beach, where Dalakit trees are found. A nice place to go to reconnect with nature.

1  Thank miss_cathyrine
Reviewed 20 October 2011

A spring fed lagoon surround by rocks and a huge Dalaguete tree.

Thank Stukish
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