The Loboc River is one of the major destinations of tourists, local and foreigners, Located in the Municipality of Loboc, a mere 24 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City, the winding river plays with cruisers on board small bancas or floating restaurants. Visitors are treat 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 (a neighboring town) or at the town’s Poblacion. The Loay Bridge is 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran City about 25 kilometers away. Small motorized bancas can be availed of for a minimal fee, for those who want to eat while cruising, floating restaurants are available offering Filipino cuisine buffet that costs defend on delicacies you want.
The Loboc River (also called Loay River) is a river in the Bohol province of the Philippines. The source of the Loboc River is located in the town of Carmen, almost in the center of Bohol. From Carmen, the river takes a westerly course for a distance of about 1.5 kilometres (1 mi) then flows due south into the Mindanao or Bohol Sea. Its drainage area of approximately, 520 square kilometres (200 sq mi), is bordered by a horseshoe-shaped chain of mountain peaks rising to an elevation of 800 metres (2,600 ft). Rainfall is distributed almost uniformly throughout the year, thus Loboc River has a steady and high base flow.