Abatan River Cruise

Cortes, Bohol

The Abatan River Village Tour takes the visitor on a scenic, entertaining and educational tour down five municipalities of the province – Antequera, Balilihan, Catigbian, Cortes, and Maribojoc. Each of the towns has a cultural dance and theater group that presents a production number at each stop. There are not really specific Indigenous villages, it is more of a community display of their hist ...

orical culture.

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    Push! Don't forget to push!

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