This famous attraction is located strategically at the heart of Carmen, Bohol. It’s 55 kilometers away from Tagbilaran City and 72 kilometers away from Bohol-Panglao International Airport.
Why is Chocolate Hills a popular tourist spot in the Philippines?
These unique geological formations are famous in the Philippines for its changing of color. During the summer, the cone-shaped green hills turn to chocolate brown. It’s a unique phenomenon, which is why it’s the Philippines’ third National Geological Monument.
When is the best time to visit this tourist spot?
You can visit it throughout the year, but the best time to visit the Chocolate Hills in Bohol is during the summer season (March to May). The hills are brown and is in perfect contrast with its surroundings.
What should I wear during the tour?
Wear comfortable and breathable clothes. It’s also advisable to wear hiking sandals or shoes as you’ll have to climb up multiple stairs to get to the platform viewing area.
Can I climb the Chocolate Hills?
No. However, you can still marvel at the scenic view of the Chocolate Hills once you reach the observation deck.