Chocolate Hills is already a World Heritage that represents the uniqueness of Bohol.
More than 1,200 mountains covered with 30 to 50 meters of plants made of limestone are in a row.
You have to go up about 200 stairs to the top of the viewing platform, please try climbing once and take a look at the mountain range.
The name is derived from the fact that the plants become brown in the dry season from April to June, and because it resembles a chocolate color, it is said to be called Chocolate Hills. They are green for the rest of the time.