Tourist Attractions North of Cebu: Sights to See in Tabogon


Tabogon is said to come from the archaic Cebuano word, “tabog”, which means “busy”. This is because of the town’s bustling and busy farm fields.

To date, Tabogon, a 3rd municipal income class municipality, is still one of the major agricultural lands in Northeast Cebu. Would an agricultural town have anything to offer to tourists? You would be surprised, but they do!

Guiwanon Cold Spring

Northern Cebu has a lot of springs to boast of, and Tabogon has its own too! The Guiwanon Cold Spring is located in Brgy. Maslog. Packed durint the summer, the Guiwanon Cold Spring offers a cool, peaceful, refreshing retreat from the summer heat.

The pool was divided into two: The shallow part and the deeper one. The shallow area is good for kids while the deeper one is 6 ft. deep.

You should visit the place on weekdays rather than weekends, as surely you can't fully enjoy the place if it's crowded.


Adult or Kids: 25 pesos 

Parking fee

4 wheelers: 20 pesos

2 wheelers: 10 pesos

Cottage: 100 pesos (whole day)

Take note: There's no corkage so you may bring your own food!

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Salag Hanging Bridge

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The Salag Hanging Bridge is not for the faint of heart. The Salag Hanging Bridge is located in Brgy. Salag, Tabogon. You can ride a habal-habal to get here. No entrance fees are collected, so enjoy taking pictures or feel the excitement (or nervousness) crossing this bridge!

Sea Turtle Lagoon Resort

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At Sea Turtle Lagoon Resort, you can see and swim with sea turtles! They’re not present everyday though, so you will be lucky if you do get to swim with them. The place is filled with beautiful blooms too for Instagram-worthy shots.

This place offers snorkeling, cliff diving, deep sea diving, hiking and island hopping. Kids must be accompanied by adults at all times as it is very near the sea. Sea Turtle Lagoon Resort is located in Brgy. Camoboan, Tabogon, Cebu.

You can rent swimming attires, life jackets, snorkelling gear, goggles, sarong and beach towels. There's also 2 kids of cottages you can choose. You can also stay overnight, should you wish to.

Cottage and Room Rates, includes breakfast and good for 2 persons:

  • Kumintang Cottage (Non-Aircon): P2,000 per night
  • Talisay Cottage (Non-Aircon): P3,000 per night
  • Economy Villa (Non-Aircon): P3,500 per night
  • Standard Room (with Aircon): P4,500 per night
  • Deluxe Room (with Aircon): P5,000 per night

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