The Chocolate Hills Tour, the classic on the island of Bohol. Who goes here must have seen this unusual geological formation. 1268 hills spread over approx 50qkm, all between 40 and 120m high. They are all simply covered with green grass that turns brown during the dry season and the hills lends her name.
The island of Bohol has many other attractions. You will see another highlight in Bohol to watch the smallest monkeys in the world, the Tarsier. They are small, nocturnal, tree-dwelling animals that are common to the Southeast Asian islands. Characteristics are the greatly enlarged eyes, very moving neck and elongated hind legs, with which they can perform long jumps. After that, the Blood Compact Monument is photographed from all sides. We visit the second oldest church in the Philippines in Baclayon. The museum there is very interesting. Who is not afraid of snakes, may take a few snapshots in the cage of the largest Python in the captivity. Lunch, a full buffet with Filipino delicacies.. We will also visit the butterfly farm, the Man Made Forest, a mahogany hardwood forest. Not to mention crossing the suspension hanging bridge near Sevilla.
-Lunch on the Loboc river