Chocolate hill is a natural wonderland in the central part of the Philippines. The chocolate hill, consisting of 1,2668 conical hills, is between 40 and 120 meters high. Every summer, the haystack dries up and turns brown, like rows of chocolate on the ground, and the name chocolate mountain comes in.
Driving up the mountain, I was not stopped to collect tickets. The ticket is 60php, which is not expensive. Once last year, at dusk, the chocolate mountain was really chocolate-colored. Today is the morning, full of green eyes. My friend asked me if Chocolate Hill is a specialty chocolate. Haha, I said you can see it.
1. World Natural Heritage is famous for its 1200 hills shaped like "Hershey Water Drops Chocolate"; 2. Take a few dollars from Tabilalan to the bus terminal; 3. Take the bus to Carmen, to the bottom of the Chocolate Hill, the fare is 60P; 4. Walk up the hill for 10 minutes, if you are really lazy, you can also take a motorcycle; 5. 50 P tickets, see the scenery at the viewing platform, up to 1 hour.
wonderful creation!! will definetly go back in Bohol, philippines. tried the ATV too and it was really awesome!
Baohe Island, located in the center of the Misayan Islands, is a mysterious island full of natural interest and has a long history. The chocolate hill, consisting of 1268 conical hills, is situated between 40 and 120 meters high, like rows of chocolates on the ground, from which comes the coveted name Chocolate Hill.
An avid traveller like me wouldn't miss the opportunity to visit the ever famous and majestic chocolate hills of Bohol. Such a site to see indeed.
This is really a local feature, a small hill after hill, in a green background is actually brown, there is no particularly tall tree vegetation, especially silky, haha. The key is that there are many chocolate mountains, which are very strange. The view needs climbing, there is a built mountain road, not too high, suitable for photography, it is said that there are Harry Potter brooms for rent. Take a 20-minute tour. It's worth a visit.
Chocolate Mountain is a natural wonder near Carmen in the central part of Baohe Island, Philippines. The chocolate Hill consists of 1268 conical hills, ranging in height from 40 to 120 meters. Every summer, "haystacks" dries up and turns brown, like rows of chocolates on the ground, from which comes the name Chocolate Hill. This is one of Harry Potter's scenic spots. There is another legend about the formation of these hills. Two giants fought for days and threw stones at each other. When they were finally exhausted, they made up and left the island, but left a chaotic scene of fighting.
Ten thousand years ago, the crustal movement led to the formation of such a landscape today. There are more than one thousand conical mountains, whose elevation ranges from 30 to 400 meters, with continuous ups and downs. This is Harry Potter's place of view! It's better to climb to the top and take pictures. You need a full-frame camera!
We had great luck. After watching the heavy rain on the way to Chocolate Hill, the rain stopped when we arrived at the viewing platform. When I climbed the bleacher, I even saw the rainbow after the rain. It was rainstorm again when I got on the bus and planned to leave.