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The Chocolate Hills: Tales of the Giants of Bohol, Philippines

  2. Table Of Contents History and Formation of the Chocolate Hills Myths and Legends Viewing the Chocolate Hills Conclusion Page 02
  3. Bohol, Philippines is home to one of the most unique natural wonders in the world - the Chocolate Hills. These are a group of over 1,200 hills that are spread out over an area of more than 50 square kilometers. They get their name from their appearance, which is said to resemble mounds of chocolate during the dry season. In this blog post, we will explore the history, formation, and myths surrounding the Chocolate Hills of Bohol. About Us
  4. HISTORY AND FORMATION OF THE CHOCOLATE HILLS The Chocolate Hills are made of limestone that was deposited over 2 million years ago during the Pleistocene era. They were formed through a complex process of weathering and erosion, which gave them their unique cone-shaped appearance. The hills are typically between 30 and 50 meters high and are covered in grass that turns brown during the dry season, hence the name Chocolate Hills.
  5. MYTHS AND LEGENDS There are several myths and legends that surround the Chocolate Hills. According to one legend, the hills were formed by two giants who fell in love and began throwing boulders and stones at each other. After a while, they became exhausted and forgot about their quarrel, leaving behind the hills they had created. Another legend suggests that the hills were the result of a giant’s tears. A giant named Arogo was said to have fallen in love with a mortal woman named Aloya. When she died, Arogo wept so much that his tears formed the Chocolate Hills.
  6. VIEWING THE CHOCOLATE HILLS Page 05 The Chocolate Hills are a popular tourist attraction in Bohol, and there are several ways to view them. One of the best ways is by taking a scenic drive along the Chocolate Hills Complex, which offers panoramic views of the hills. Visitors can also climb up to the observation deck at the Chocolate Hills Adventure Park, which provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  7. The Chocolate Hills of Bohol, Philippines are a unique natural wonder that have captured the imagination of visitors for generations. Their cone- shaped hills and brown grass give them the appearance of chocolate mounds during the dry season, making them a truly breathtaking sight to behold. Whether you are interested in the history and formation of the hills or the myths and legends that surround them, the Chocolate Hills are a must- see attraction for anyone visiting the Philippines. Conclusion Best Place More Places to Visit here
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