A strange yet oddly satisfying geological wonder exists in the heart of Bohol Island. This peculiar landscape showcases a unique and mesmerizing natural beauty, offering visitors a glimpse into the marvels of nature. 1,700+ cone-shaped limestone mounds standing 30-125 meters in height stretch as far as the eye can see, resembling a landscape from a fairytale. During the dry season, the grass covering the hills turns a rich chocolate brown, giving them their famous name. November through May is when things are the ‘most chocolatey.
The sight of these perfectly symmetrical hills, blanketed in a brown hue, is truly awe-inspiring and leaves visitors in wonderment. Atop one of the hills, visitors can soak in the panoramic views, witnessing the beauty of nature’s artistry at its finest.
The hills and surrounding jungles offer various hiking trails and viewpoints, allowing visitors to embark on an exhilarating journey through this geological wonderland. Trekking through the hills, visitors can immerse themselves in the lush greenery, discover hidden caves and springs, and encounter fascinating flora and fauna.
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Visiting the Chocolate Hills isn’t an exciting destination. Still, it is worth the visit if you’re wandering around Bohol with nothing better to do.
The remarkable geological formation, the sense of adventure in hiking through the hills, and the cultural significance make it an interesting destination to explore. However, if you’re looking to take pictures and not wander, this attraction takes little time to see – once you’ve seen one, you’ve seen all of them.
In 2013, a massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the Philippines. The chocolate hills viewing area was significant damaged by this earthquake.
Overall, the Chocolate Hills are a testament to the marvels of the natural world, inviting visitors to witness its beauty and be inspired by its enchanting allure.