After hiking Osmena Peak, there’s another place for you to check and it’s only nearby, the Obong Spring!
Situated 5-10mins away from Dalaguete Junction (Main Road to Dalaguete Proper) comes Obong Spring.
Obong Spring is composed of bluish waters similar to that of Kawasan Falls with a small number of mosses on its bed as it is still considered as a river. It turned bluish-green due to a few white sand particles and mosses beneath the spring. It’s only a few feets deep, not deeper than a regular human height. Must have been 4-5 feet only, good for youngsters, grown-ups, family, and individuals of all ages.
The water’s temperature is cold. Perfect for a quick swim or to escape the heat of the sun momentarily without worrying about getting exposed to a lot of sunlight while basking under the sun and get suntans. Obong Spring has wide trees above its location, hence water temperature is cooler than of the sea.
How to Get to Obong Spring
From Dalaguete Junction, hire a tricycle and tell driver to get you to Obong Spring. This will cost you only 10 pesos ($0.23) per person.
Entrance Fee of 5 pesos per person shall be paid after a few meters from turning left to the spring.
Cottages are only tables with a few chair and a shed and there’s not much place for an overnight camping. This will cost your about 100-300 pesos ($3-8).
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