One of my favorite tourist destination in the Philippines is Bohol. This is where you would see the amazing chocolate hills. It was called “chocolate hills” because it turns dry and brown during the summer. It consists of 1,268 haycock hills spread over three municipalities which made it the most photographed landscape in the province. The 30-meter-high hills of limestone, shale and sandstone were actually formed centuries ago by tidal movements. Amazing isn’t it? When you are Bohol, don’t fail to visit the white sand beaches and visit the smallest living primate in the world which is the Philippine TARSIER. Will post more on that later.
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