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“souvenir shops”(24 reviews)
“fear of heights”(10 reviews)
“loboc river”(16 reviews)
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
| Sevilla, Tagbilaran City, Philippines
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Reviewed today

It is well worth the visit to walk across these bridges. Some tour come here but not all. If you plan to visit, check directions as this access is off the main Loboc to Carmen road

Thank Stephen S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Some people were scared to go, and most people were moving really slowly, because bridge was a bit shaking while you are going. I felt totally safe, but I would recommend to wear sport shoes, because it's very slippery there. And if you are wearing...More

Thank Suamiles
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was an achievement for me being able to cross the other side of the bridge and managed my way back. The sound of the bamboo floor is what will scare you. It sounded like it is going to crack and the entire bridge will...More

Thank Oly1610
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Twin Hanging Bamboo Bridges of Sevilla - Bohol are one the things you must experience. Not really scary but the bridge does wobble a bit. These days its been reinforced with strong wire rope so its perfectly safe. There is a small charge to...More

Thank Mark T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We tried it and I wont do it again!! Hahaha. Well if youre afraid of height, you will be proud of yourself after crossing it. I dont think there's another option to get back. I didnt enioy crossing I was just nervous the whole time.

Thank naturebleu
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Bridge is made from bamboo but has been reinforced with steel. Nothing much to see on the river. A few concession stands on the other side. Basically picture taking crossing bridge.

Thank Bernard S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting to visit and quick to do. Very cheap and kids under 9 are free. Get some good pics walking across and enjoy a cheap fresh 30 peso coconut drink in the other side. Plus reasonably priced souvenirs. There's road works at present just after...More

Thank Jay K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Solid bridge with bamboo and metal ropes. Nothing great about it but may be other peoples cup a tea. At the end it has a very tiny shopping center barely occupied.

Thank Prince B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After eating at Loboc River, we tried to cross the bamboo hanging bridge. It was swaying but the bamboo used are durable. Except for some photographers who will oblige you to stop for picture taking and ask you to choose and pay the pictures.

Thank Sonia S
Reviewed 13 June 2018

The hanging bridge is made of bamboo. There are entrance and exit so as to control the crowd. The fee is affordable. Some young photographer will stop and take your pictures for you to select and pay later on. Parking is available.

Thank SoniaSuria
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Dominique T
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Response from Carol N | Reviewed this property |
When we were there I didn't see any public transport or taxis. Everyone seemed to be there on private tours, like us.