Loboc River

Loboc, Bohol

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

  • DOT 11 To Develop River Communities As Eco-tourism Sites

    The Department of Tourism (DOT) 11 is planning to develop the river communities in the provinces here as eco-tourism sites to support the livelihoods of the fisherfolks and the lumads.

    In an interview during the DOT regional consultation workshop on “Ilog” Tourism Tuesday, DOT director Roberto Alabado III told reporters that they gathered different city and municipal tourism and environmental officers to propose a list of potential rivers that can be enrolled into this new tourism project.

    “It is strategic to spread the benefits of tourism. Rivers are home of our tribes and fisherf ...

  • Bohol In A Day 7 Things To Do

    1. Alona Beach
    Review: highly recommend, clean beach with crystal clear waters
    Price: Free
    Getting there: Jeepney from Tagbilaran (25 PHP)

    2. Man Made Forest
    Review: worth an Instagram photo but nothing too exciting
    Price: Free
    Getting there: scooter, driver or tour

    3. Chocolate Hills
    Review: highly recommend, a site to be seen
    Price: 50 PHP
    Getting there: scooter, driver or tour

    4. Tarsier Sanctuary
    Review: highly recommend going to see these adorable tiny creatures
    Price: 50 PHP
    Getting there: scooter, driver or tour

    5. Floating Restaurant
    Review: recommend for the e ...

  • Tarsiers, Spiders And Sea Turtles The Perks Of Island Life

    From North Luzon we travelled back to Manila, where we stayed again at the hostel with the rooftop lounge. After a cab ride, a flight, another cab ride, a bus ride and a ferry ride, we finally made it to Malapascua Island, just north of Cebu in the evening the next day.

    MALAPASCUA ISLAND

    Malapascua Island is an island about 10km north of Cebu. It is very small, maybe 3km by 1.5km. The island became popular in the 1990s, mainly as a dive destination. There are several local dive sites around the island with coral gardens and coral walls as well as a few dive locations close to Malapascua, ...

  • Investing In Rivers Can Help PHL Bag First World Status

    Conclusion

    THE Department of Environment and Natural Resources-River Basin Control Office (Denr-Rbco) is currently developing an integrated master plan for 17 of the 18 major river basins and three principal river basins to rationalize and integrate all its plans, programs and projects.

    The master plan aims to address various concerns related to watershed conservation, river-basin rehabilitation, and flood control and mitigation. Other concerns included water security for domestic, irrigation and industrial use, livelihood and economic opportunities within the river basin.

    Started in ...

  • Bohol Day 1 The Hills Are Alive

    Growing up, I was bombarded in school by books showing off photos of tiny bug-eyed primates clinging to branches with their tiny little hands, and hills that supposedly imitate Hershey's Kisses in the summer. It piqued my interest enough to harbor a secret desire to see these things myself, and it didn't help that I was constantly being reminded by Instagram that people were enjoying these attractions and I wasn't. Having to constantly live on a budget restricts me from covering as much ground as possible, travel-wise, so when another Cebu Pacific Seat Sale came around, I immediately hit "Sear ...

  • Exploring Cebu And Bohol Part 2

    In case you missed the Part 1, here's the link Cebu-Bohol Part I

    So after exploring the beauty of Cebu let's head to another breath-taking destination, Bohol, Philippines.

    Next Stop: PANGLAO, BOHOL

    How to get there from Cebu City: From Cebu City, take a cab going to Cebu Pier (you should know which terminal you will be departing to Bohol) Prior to that, buy a RoRo Ship ticket going to Bohol from Cebu. You can get them at 2GO Supercat or Oceanjet, they have booths in the Pier so you can get a ticket on the same day or they have offices in Manila so you can get them in advance. The tick ...