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Chocolate Hills, Bohol Island

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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Explore a symbol of natural abundance and wealth known as Chocolate Hills, declared a National Geological Monument. Hundreds of hills, which turn chocolate brown when the grass dries at the end of the season, make the entire landscape look like rows of chocolate kisses. Featured on the provincial flag, the scattered cone-shaped mounds vary in sizes and shelter various plants and ferns besides grass. Head to Tagbilaran or Sagbayan Peak to observe and photograph the remarkable landscape. Consider visiting with a tour guide who can tell you interesting facts, stories and legends about the site, and propose spots for making amazing photographs. Put Chocolate Hills at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bohol Island trip itinerary builder.
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  • The chocolate hills are quite unique and I've not seen anything like this in the world. October is a rainy month to go... so make sure you know what to expect depending on the time of year. The hills ...  read more »
  • Went there as part of Bohol island trip. Definitely a must see place. I admire how they manage to bring this place back to life after earthquake and typhoon in 2013. Well done and all the best! 
  • I expected better, the view isn't I'm show I say, most are working and the space is small, do a quick jump but then passed over
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