Busay Falls is a popular stop over and destination of the floating restaurant during the Loboc river cruise loctaed in Loboc, Bohol. The falls is about only 4 meters high and only 12 meters wide.
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Bohol is one of the best tourist destinations in the Philippines. It is best known for the chocolate hills, tarsier, and white sand beaches in Panglao. But did you know that there is more in Bohol than the attractions mentioned above.
As a nature rich province it is not shocking that magnificent waterfalls lie around the island. In this blogpost let me guide you in a waterfalls adventure around Bohol. (We visited the waterfalls during the summer of March 2016 where temperature hits around 48-50 degrees so you might see little water in the falls)
Bohol Waterfalls Complete Itinerary
Fall in love with these waterfalls just a few hours away from the city.
1.The the crystal-clear blue water Mag-aso Falls are grand, impressive and understandably one of the main tourist attractions in the area. It was destroyed by the quake in 2013 and typhoon Seniang in 2014, but nature has carved a new view to enjoy the falls. Also in Antequera is the Inambacan which has an awesome cave and an amazing natural pool. It was destroyed during the strong quake in 2013 but is still very impressive. A pool is formed below the fall, in which water receives green color.
2. A relatively unknown ...
Summer is a fun and perfect time to hike and chase waterfalls. Let's check some of Bohol's most majestic waterfalls!
Here's a list of the popular waterfalls in Bohol. But we all know there's more of it, hidden and undisturbed, if you ask the locals.
1, Busay Falls
The Busay Falls is a popular stop over and destination of the floating restaurant during the Loboc river cruise. The falls is about only 4 meters high and only 12 meters wide.
2, Camugao Falls
The Camugao Falls is located at the northwestern part of Balilihan.
3, Kawasan Falls
The Kawasan Falls is located at Brgy ...
According to our tour guide, aside from Loboc River Cruise, there is also this less popular Loay River Cruise in Bohol, both of which traverses the Loboc River, on different ends though. However, it is Loboc River Cruise that is usually part of the Bohol Countryside Tour (excluding the entrance/maintenance fee and buffet cost, of course). The cruise is priced at P450.00 all in, P100.00 for entrance/maintenance and P350.00 for buffet lunch, per person.
Anyway, Loboc River Cruise has four operators, one of which is the Loboc Riverwatch. Again, according to our tour guide, Riverwatch is the b ...
The Loboc River (also Loay River) is a river on Bohol Island, the Philippines. It is one of the major tourist destinations of Bohol, local and foreigners alike. The winding river plays host to cruises on board of small bancas or floating restaurants. Visitors are treated to a vista of lush tropical vegetation such as nipa palms, coconut trees, banana groves, and bushes.
A cruise along the river starts either from the Loay Bridge (in Loay) or at the Poblacion of Loboc. The Loay Bridge is 20 kilometers (12 mi) from Tagbilaran City while the Poblacion is about 25 kilometers (16 mi) away. Small ...