Aptly named due to a stunning resemblance to a famous brand especially during the summer months when they turn brown, the Chocolate Hills of Bohol are truly a wonder of nature. Seeing one hill up close while you are driving by the road is already mesmerizing, what more if you climb the viewdeck and see the amazing and panoramic landscape formed by more than a thousand mounds of what were coral reefs thousands of years ago. Yes, those are not hills of soil and rocks. They are made with corals. That is the reason why huge trees do not grow on them. And yes, that area used to be underwater. Mindeffed? I was, too.


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    1. I should have mentioned that I got those information from the tour guide. Haha! But Googling it, those hills were really made of corals. Well, if you dig a hole on one of them, you won’t see corals as we know them. You will find limestone and fossils of sea animals.

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  1. Yes, I think it’s much better if you mention where you’ve got those infos. Haha! All this time, I believed that those were really hills! I think, I should blame Elementary books and Gradeschool teachers! (Ooops, Just Kidding!) Hahahaha! Anyways Thanks for the trivia! šŸ˜‰


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