The Loboc River is a river in the Bohol province of the Philippines. It is one of the major tourist destinations of Bohol. Loboc River is also known as Loay River, situated in Poblacion Ondol, Loboc, Bohol and is 15-20 minutes away from the Blood Compact Site.
The long Loboc River is a host to many small bancas and floating restaurants. A cruise along the river starts either from t ...
he Loay Bridge or at the Poblacion of Loboc. The Loay Bridge is 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran City, the main city of Bohol while the Poblacion is 25 kilometers away.
Loboc River Watershed Forest Reserve News
This was shot mostly shot in the Visayas region of the southern part of the Philippines on 3 different Islands. Bohol, Negros Occidental & Lakawon. Lakawon was probably the highlight of our trip. It's still a fairly unknown destination for foreign travelers. When we were there there were only a handful of people staying at the hotel and it was mostly locals. The prices for the rooms which were massive were very cheap and everything looked brand new. They have white sand beaches, a floating bar, restaurant & even had a live band playing during our stay.
Highly recommended getaway.
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On our Bohol tour, after visiting the Chocolate Hills viewpoint, we went to see some of the cutest tarsier monkeys at the Tarsier Sanctuary. We then had some lunch while cruising around Loboc River, one of the most beautiful rivers I've seen so far.
Never stop doing things for the first time.
Bohol is one of the most fascinating and diverse destinations we've ever been. We've got to visit unique attractions such as #bloodcompactshrine #chocolatehills #tarsiersanctuary #lobocrivercruise #manmadeforest #balicasagisland #boholchurches and many more.
Home to the cute tarsiers and of the Chocolate Hills, Bohol is definitely one of the most relaxing and beautiful islands you can visit in the Philippines. And its gorgeous tourist spots you'll be seeing on your Bohol Tour surely can back that up!
Bohol is one of the most attractive and interesting islands located in the Central Philippines. As you probably have already read, I spent in Bohol almost a month. But don't worry, it doesn't mean that you cannot discover this beautiful island in shorter period of time. I would like to offer you the perfect 3 day Bohol itinerary, so you visit the most popular attractions as well as some of my favorite off the beaten track places in Bohol.
If you only have a week to spend in the Philippines, planning a quick vacation could be a real challenge. To begin with, it is a nation with more than 7,000 islands beautifully littered with beaches, waterfalls, ricefields, mountains & rivers. Then there are fiestas that happen everyday, endless karaoke beltings & basketball courts in every street corner.