Obong Spring

Obong Spring(达拉盖地)



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John T
菲律宾宿雾市1,068 条分享
2018年4月 • 夫妻情侣
What makes Obong Spring a distinct pool is its mix of fresh and salt water. During high tide, the continuous flow of spring water mixes with sea water, thus making the water briny. This meek place has gained popularity for a number of years as hundreds of tourists and locals love to stop by and take a plunge into the cold waters. The spring is surrounded by large rocks, which are often used as diving platforms by swimmers. There are also beautiful century-old dalakit trees beside the pool. Lots of vendors available for snacks and food. Also, the beach is nearby and you can walk there, and there is the Oblong Watchtower, an 18th century ruin built as a watchtower for raiding Moro pirates. This refreshing spring is not a secret, and admission is low, so expect a crowd - but still very fun and everyone is having a great time.
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Arjan Gibs D
菲律宾宿雾市80 条分享
2017年2月 • 好友
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 a dip into the spring, rain or shine.
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Berling's Eldest
加利福尼亚贝尼西亚407 条分享
2017年2月 • 夫妻情侣
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 hot day, nice when you're lucky enough to be there when there only a few people but it sucks when it is really crowded--which is often.
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澳大利亚墨尔本16,590 条分享
2017年1月 • 好友
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 a larger species were in the pool. The latter nipped my ankles.

There are tables to rent and plenty of shade.

The water appeared clean. It was cold and hence refreshing.
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Jessica C
菲律宾班塔延岛13 条分享
2016年4月 • 家庭
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!
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Nice M
207 条分享
2016年3月 • 家庭
✔️ 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 those who dont know how to swim dont worry the area for non swimmer is bigger. 😃😃👍
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菲律宾宿雾市182 条分享
2015年9月 • 好友
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 the cottages cost P200. You can rent a floater for P30.The place is not too big so I assume it would be really crowded especially during summer.

Restroom/Bathroom is use is quite expensive though. You have to pay P10/pail of water if you need to use the restroom or take a bath.
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Nini T
菲律宾宿雾市55 条分享
2015年5月 • 商务型
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. An entrance fee of P5/head was charged for maintenance of the area. We were told that the spring is open to visitors 24/7, but one has to contend himself only with open huts.

Being a weekday , it was not as crowded as we thought it would be. The cool air filling the area was just so soothing to our tired feet. It was low tide when we got to the spring, yet it was undeniably very clean and clear. The place was generally well-kept with no rubbish lying around the entire vicinity. Small huts selling food and drinks abound nearby. Families came even at late afternoon, bringing their own food with them, and cleaning up their own mess as they leave.

It is one cheap satisfying attraction to spend summer in town.
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ชินวุฒ อ
泰国曼谷134 条分享
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 walk from the main road, around 3-5 minutes only.

You can bring food and drinks, just make sure to bring your own utensils (fork, glass, knife, spoon, plates, etc.

There's no place to stay in the area, you can probably stay here until 6pm.

I recommend to research first and/or check the traditional calendar if it's a High Tide or Low Tide because it's not good if you'll go there during the low tide. Also, I don't recommend going there during rainy days, knowing that it's a small spring, sometimes, the water is not too clear and looks dirty during the rainy days.

Small Stores is available in the area and those that are selling banana, mango, and there's also Videoke.
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49 条分享
2013年12月 • 家庭
A spring near the beach, where Dalakit trees are found. A nice place to go to reconnect with nature.
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