One of the many items on every traveler’s bucket list is to experience Batanes – the northernmost paradise in the Philippines. Batanes captured thousands of hearts with its simple pleasures and raw nature. No wonder why this newly discovered spot in Brgy. Caduawan in Tabogon has been associated with the beautiful yet still-incomparable Batanes.
There is no specific name for this attraction as it is just a vast land area in Brgy. Caduawan, Tabogon. It is also worth noting that this is a good spot for stargazing or witnessing the milky way. No entrance fee or tent charge for now since this is a public area.
How to get there?
Exact location: Brgy. Caduawan, Tabogon, Northern Cebu – 2-3 hours away from the city.
From the North Bus Terminal, ride a bus going to Bogo, Hagnaya, Maya-bagay. Drop off at Caduawan Elementary School in Tabogon. Fare is ₱70 per person (one-way). There’s an alley beside the school. Walk a bit further until you have reached to the cemetery (?), but yes. That’s your landmark. You can also ride a habal-habal for ₱20 per person — but this is just a walking distance.
If you’re bringing your own vehicle (accessible by 2- and 4-wheelers), just navigate with Waze or Google Maps and enter “Caduawan Elementary School” in Tabogon.