The awe-inspiring beauty of nature is spread all over the island. The grandeur of the Chocolate Hills, the tranquil waters of the Loboc River, pristine beaches of white sand in Panglao Island, soothing forests and countryside await to enthrall visitors to Bohol.
(Flashing Photos of Chocolate Hills, Sagbayan Peak, Loboc River Cruise by day/by night, Man-made Forest, Anda, Cambuhat, Banacon,Candijay, Mag-aso Falls)
Bohol’s bestseller is a breathtaking sight of the 1, 268 cone-shaped hills of the same size and elevation spread as far as one’s eyes can see. During summer, the hills are colored brown prompting the name, Chocolate Hills. In Carmen town, two of the highest hills have been developed to provide dining and lodging facilities as well as vantage point for a panoramic view. The Sagbayan Peak offers another refreshing vista of the geological wonder.
The Loboc River Cruise, during the day or at night, is a fascinating cruise on placid waters along palm-fringed banks and lush inland vegetation. The ride commences at the docking port near the historic Loboc Church.
Moving upstream, the journey winds up at Busay Falls.
En route to the Chocolate Hills is a cool passage through a verdant forest of tall mahogany trees. The Man-made Forest enchants passerby as the rays of the sun pierce through the branches and leaves of the trees.
Other popular destinations showcasing the wonders of nature in Bohol are the beaches in Panglao Island, the caves and beaches in the Anda Peninsula; the Cambuhat River and Village in Buenavista; Banacon Island in Getafe that has the largest mangrove reforestation in Asia; the Candijay Mangrove Forest and Mag-aso Falls in Antequera.
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