Bobos River (Guatemala)

Bobos River
Country Guatemala
Main source Sierra de Caral
600 m (2,000 ft)
15°20′33″N 88°42′49″W / 15.34263°N 88.71370°W / 15.34263; -88.71370
River mouth Tributary of the Motagua River
60 m (200 ft)
15°25′10″N 88°49′04″W / 15.41943°N 88.81768°W / 15.41943; -88.81768Coordinates: 15°25′10″N 88°49′04″W / 15.41943°N 88.81768°W / 15.41943; -88.81768
Basin size Gulf of Honduras

The Bobos River is a river in Guatemala. It rises in the Sierra de Caral, a small mountain range in the eastern department of Izabal and runs in a north-westerly direction to join the Motagua River.

The Río Bobos Hydroelectric Dam spans the river about 16.5 kilometres (10.3 mi) south-east of Morales.


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