Argao was once a wilderness where a few people lived. The coast of the area saw an abundant growth of the Sali-argaw tree. These were towering trees that were visible from the Bohol Strait. The tree was the landmark of fishermen in the area. The place served as a safe haven for fishermen during storms. Aside from the Peanut Browas, Butterscotch, and Toasted Mini Mamons, Argao is also home to the Torta, which is honored in the annual Torta Festival of the town.
The Liki Cold Spring is located in Barangay Taloot of the town. It is one of the old springs you can find this southern Cebu town. It is one of the twelve locations in the Municipality of Argao that were declared as tourism destinations in an ordinance passed in 2016. The spring is also a source of water for the locals.
Your journey to the Liki Spring starts at the Cebu South Bus Terminal where you should get on a bus headed for Argao. The trip will take around two to three hours depending on the traffic. After you reach the town, you can ride a motorcycle for hire to take you to Barangay Taloot where the Liki Spring is located.
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