Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

 

About a two-hour drive or  2.5 – 3 hour bus ride from the city of Cebu, Obong Dalaguete is a perfect destination to cool down this summer. Obong Spring is one of Dalaguete’s natural attractions where the sea and spring meets. Aside from the cool water of Obong Spring, one very notable feature is the 400-year old Dalakit tree, which locals say Dalaguete’s name is derived from.

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

 

 

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

 

The place gets really packed on weekends, so if you want to enjoy Obong Spring with just a few people swimming around, go on a weekday. You’ll get charged a hundred bucks to use a table just beside the spring, but we would suggest you bring a picnic mat and set it on the beach just after the parking area and eat there, then after go back to the spring and go for a cool swim. 🙂

 

Obong Spring Dalaguete

Obong Spring Dalaguete

 

Obong Spring Dalaguete

Obong Spring Dalaguete

Obong Cold Spring Entrance Fee:

Car parking fee at 20php and 5php per person entering Obong Spring.

Obong Spring Dalaguete

Obong Spring Dalaguete

So how to go to Obong Spring Dalaguete via public transportation?

 

Bus: From South Bus Terminal, hop on a bus bound to Dalaguete, and tell the driver that you will be alighting at Obong Spring Dalaguete. The ride’s about 2-3 hours, and if coming from the city, it’ll be at your left side. Watch out for the Obong Spring sign on your left. 🙂

 

Van for hire: From South Bus Terminal, hop on a V Hire bound to Dalaguete, and tell the driver that you will be alighting at  Obong Spring entrance. The ride’s about 2 hours, and if coming from the city, it’ll be at your left side. Watch out for the Obong Spring sign on your left. 🙂

 

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

Obong Cold Spring Dalaguete Cebu

 

You may also want to visit Dalaguete Beach Park which is a few minutes away from Obong Cold Spring.