By Bohol Island News Staff |10:45 PM November 21, 2019
Photos: Mark Vencynth Braga of Dronex Aerial
The Napo Hanging Bridge in the town of Inabanga is the newest attraction in the province averaging about 100 tourists a day since it was opened to the public three weeks ago.
The Bohol Island News featured the new tourist attraction weeks ago.
Mark Vencynth Braga of Dronex Aerial shared striking drone photos of the Napo Hanging Bridge.
The bridge is connecting the barangays of Cawayan and Napo.
It is made of steel cables, giving added safety and stability.
The deck of the bridge is formed out of hard woods sturdy enough to take the weight of people, locals and even small motorcycles.
It is almost 155 meters, which spans around 10 meters and offers a great view of the emerald Napo River below.
Napo, which has a population of at least 728, made the headlines of news outlets in 2017 after a firefight occurred between suspected members of Abu Sayyaf and government troops.
The construction of the bridge began in June 2018 and was completed in October this year.
The bridge aims to provide connectivity to residents of the surrounding villages, according to Bohol 2nd district Rep. Erico Aristotle Aumentado.