The Cambuhat Village is located in the municipality of Buenavista, Bohol. It is an eco-friendly tourism enterprise by the Cambuhat Enterprise Development & Fisheries Association (CEDFA). It showcases the village life of the Cambuhat community and the local management of the river and mangrove areas.
As means of their livelihood, the locals engage in fishing and farming. They are also into weaving, broom making, and basket making. The town offers an immersive eco-tour with the Cambuhat River and Village Tour.
Cambuhat is a small village in Buenavista, a 4th class municipality in the province of Bohol. It is situated in the northwest part of Bohol, 82 kilometers from Tagbilaran City.
To get to Cambuhat, you can ride a boat or bus from Tagbilaran City. You may also rent a private car or join a guided tour for a more convenient village excursion.
You may also ride a small boat down the Daet River to Cambuhat Village. The boat ride is a 40-minute journey that passes through Mangroves and Nipa Trees.
A Cambuhat River Village & Oyster Farm Tour usually costs 300 pesos per guest, but it solely depends on the tour operator. Take note there might be additional costs for lunch and recreational and cultural activities.
Cambuhat Village is available for tourists all-year-round. However, it is encouraged to visit during the summer season from April to July. The daily schedule is from Monday to Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM.