Bamboo Hanging Bridge

Loboc River, Sevilla, Bohol

Bamboo Hanging Bridge
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Anthony M.
5.0 Stars
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Sipatan Twin Hanging Bridge ... are impressive , twin bamboo bridges , that cross the upper scenic Loboc River , Bohol ... around 36 kms east outside Tagbilaran City

On the day we visited this Bohol tourist attraction , a thunderstorm had just passed ... therefore was told , “ unsafe to fully cross due to slippery & my body weight 128561128561 “ so I was only able to walk part way ... each step I took , I could feel & hear the woven bamboo bridge slat decking creaking 128556128556

Originally these bridges were constructed by using just bamboo & rope ... thankfully today 128517 the rope has has been replaced by steel cables - safer 128556128556

The bridge spans across Loboc River by around 40 meters ... with being around 25 meters above the river

Of the 2 bridges & from the bridges , you can take some interesting & beautiful photos ... worth the trip

Most Bohol Day Tours stop off at the bridges 128513

Before the bridges were built , the locals usually had to cross the Loboc River by Banca Boats & floating bamboo rafts

There is a fee to cross the bridges , unknown cost , as the cost is within part of our Day Tour

Walk across if you dare 🤣🤣

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Diane C.
5.0 Stars

Tigbao Hanging Bridge, Bohol #TravelPH

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Myzyl C.
5.0 Stars

I think the bamboo bridge needs a little fixing but other than that all is beautiful.

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Driane B.
4.0 Stars

You have to pay an entrance fee before crossing this bridge, I actually don't know what to expect at the other side. As you can see my daughter ain't a big fan neither am I (lol). Had a hard time walking because we were wearing slippers and sometimes it get stuck. Was a bit dissapointed to see nothing at the end just 4 or 5 souvenir shops and a small food stall. We bought souvenirs for "pasalubong" and buko juice to quench our thirst. I would still recommend this place because it would help those small businesses in that area.

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Rachel T.
4.0 Stars

Not for the faint hearted or afraid of heights. A very challenging bridge to cross which is made from bamboo. Originally this bridge was made for the locals to cross across quicker but because of the architecture a lot of tourist would like to visit it. It now has two bridges; one for entry and another one for exit. It also now has a fee for travellers but local can still cross it without paying. The fee is for the maintenance of the bridge. Nothing much to see once you have crossed the bridge. Just some stalls/stores selling pasalubongs/snack foods.

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Nikki C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Mikko F.
5.0 Stars

Its so exciting to cross this hanging bride. Full of fun 9786️ Oppsss sorry for the selfie! 128514128514

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Anrey C.
5.0 Stars

ka excite tumawid with this bridge ...

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Theresa L.
3.0 Stars

REALLY SCARED! As usual! 128514128514128514

This one actually seems ordinary, but Bohol Countryside tour wouldn't be complete without paying a visit at Hanging Bridge.

2 bridge going back and forth, made up of wooden materials with an entrance of 20 pesos (?). I'm a bit paranoid since I'm thinking of the weirdest thing might happen. 128517

* sorry, selfie shot again, I don't have any 128584

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Bechay R.
3.0 Stars

It was a two hanging bridge parallel to eachother at Loboc River. Not too long. 128513

A typical hanging bridge. Your trip to Bohol is still complete even if you do not go to see. 128513

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