Whenever you arrange a tour to the Philippines, make certain you visit the Chocolate Hills to witness a standout amongst the most unbelievable and novel manifestations of nature. Spotted on the island of Bohol, which is in the Central Visayas district of the Philippines, these mounts are cone like mountains or haycock hills. The Chocolate Hills are really popular worldwide, and have secured a spot on provincial flags and seals.
These hills are an exceptional and irregular land framing. Spread over 50 sq. km, (20 miles approx.), the Chocolate Hills comprise 1268 to 1776 arch molded hills, covered in grass.
Along these lines, how could they have been able to they get their name? That being said, the slopes are covered in green grass approximately all year round; then again, in the dry seasons, this grass turns to a chocolate brown shade. Thus, they are called 'Chocolate Hills'.
The tallness of these hills varies between 150 to 400 feet. Although, the peak of the cone shaped hills ranges between 98 to 160 feet ( 30 to 50 meters). The most astounding top in these hills measures 390 feet (120 meters). These mounts are spread over the towns of Sagbayan, Carmen, and Batuan in Bohol.