The municipality of Suyo is traversed by the Chico River, its headwaters were located in the easternmost part of the town. It drains the whole municipality in its about 30 km pathway down to join another river (Amburayan) and into the South China Sea. It is rich in freshwater marine life and abundant in water all year round.
The paranomic view and clear waters are the main attractions that invite local tourists to the area aside from the availability of fish catches for picnic purposes and swimming. Often cyclists enjoy these views as they traverse the now concreted highway that follows the river up to its headwaters to the historic Bessang Pass. Its stream is continuous throughout the year and it irritates the fertile flatlands of Suyo and the adjacent municipality of Tagudin and Sta. Cruz through a tunnel at Barangay Cabugao.