Bojo River is one of Aloguinsan’s gems as it is home to varieties of mangrove species that attracts different fishes and migratory birds, making this stream an ideal retreat. Thanks to the local government for keeping this place protected through their ecotourism initiative. Their dynamism has been recognized during the World Tourism Day 2016 and named one of the Top 100 Sustainable Destinations in the World, and was awarded the Best Community -based Tourism at the ASEAN Tourism Awards 2017.
Learn more about the river, its flora and fauna, the animals that inhabit the stream, and the people of Aloguinsan and their livelihood by booking The Bojo River Tour. The main feature of the tour is the cruise along the river where a local fisherman serves as your guide and narrates facts about the river’s ecosystem.
Bojo River Cruise Packages:
A.) P400 per person for walk-ins
B.) P650 per person – package for tour, lunch, snacks at The Farmhouse and complementary goodies. Advance booking needed (2 days ahead), minimum of 5 pax.
C.) P850 per person – welcome lei and drinks, lunch at The Farmhouse, snacks along the Bojo River, handicraft demo, river cruise, and a tour of heritage sites – baluarte, old stone church and parola. Minimum of 5pax.
How to get to Bojo River Cruise?
From South Bus Terminal, ride a bus bound for Pinamungajan Aloguinsan. Ask the bus ticketer/conductor that you’ll be alighting at The Farmhouse in Aloguinsan. Travel time is about 2.5-3 hours. Fare is P80 (fare as of February 2019).
If you are driving to Bojo River, you may use google maps to navigate.