• It doesn’t hurt to say it again: You have to register at The Farmhouse before you can take the cruise.
• It is advisable to check the weather before you book your visit if you want to snorkel close to the mouth of the river to see some corals. When it is too windy and the waves are high, swimming is limited to the mouth of the river and the river delta.
• While getting the full package is convenient for visitors who do not want to go through the hassle of going out to have lunch, you can actually save if you opt to get the walk-in package and have your lunch at the food stalls located at the Aloguinsan Public Market, instead.
• For visitors who are concerned about safety while swimming, the river delta would be the best place to swim since it is relatively shallow compared to the other parts of the river.
Cebu was not recognized as one of the world’s best islands by Travel and Leisure magazine for no reason. And the Bojo River has become one of the must-visit places in the island as more people have started to take environmental conservation more seriously.
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This article was originally published in Yoorekka on September 21, 2016.