Geography

Geographic Location: Northeastern part of interior Bohol 71 kilometers from Tagbilaran
Adjoining Municipalities: North by the Municipality of Dagohoy, East By the Municipalities of Pilar, Candijay, and Guindulman
Land Area: 19, 886.70 hectares
Climate: Type IV, even distribution of rainfall throughout the year. Average Temp. is 28.2 Celsius
Topography: Eastern part, steep terrain; North-Northwestern part, undulating to rolling Western part, moderately steep, very steep slope. Central Part gently sloping to undulating
Geology: Carmen formation (81.66%); Sierra Bullones Limestone (17.81%); Maribojoc Limestone (0.53%)
Soils: Faraon Clay, Ubay Clay Loam, Annam Clay.>
Drainage: Northwest to Southwest- indicated by numerous tributaries to Wahig-Inabanga River; Eastern Part-poor drainage due to its location in the catchment divided with Alejawan and Choroids river basins and presence of permeable Sierra Bullones Limestone.
Water Resources: Inabanga River Basin, Loboc River Basin, Alejawan River Basin, Choroids River Basin
Flood Prone Areas: Abachanan, Matin-ao, Danicop, Canlangit, Bugsoc, San Jose, Salvador, Villa Garcia, Poblacion, Sta. Cruz