Tabogon is a town located in the northern coast of Cebu. The name of the town was supposedly derived from “tabog,” which means busy in Cebuano. It refers to the golden days of the town when it was once a bustling farming area. Tabogon was once called “agoho,” which is a kind of tree that is abundant in the area. The agoho is a large tree with thick foliage.
The Guiwanon Spring is one of the hidden secrets of this unassuming town in the northern part of the island. It has become one of the preferred destinations of residents of the town as well as those living in Bogo City and Sogod. The waters of the spring are so clear that you can see all the way to the bottom. It also makes it rather enticing for anyone who visits the place. You can even see the spring itself in the pool.
You can reach the Guiwanon Spring by getting on a bus headed for Tabogon at the Cebu North Bus Terminal. If you are not familiar with the place, make sure to tell the driver or conductor to drop you off at the spring. Since it is located close t the main road, it only takes a few minutes for you to reach the place after getting off from the bus.
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