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“chocolate hills” (118 reviews)
Loboc, Philippines
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Reviewed 4 days ago

As a nature lover, I love this place. Not only that but this man made forest is a clear example of a good reforestation project.

Thank Chris C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Its literally beside the road. Just stop over at the curb and take a couple of pictures. But what really makes you appreciate it is the fact that the trees were planted more than 60 years ago. Makes you think what people can do if...More

Thank Jeremiah Anthon... R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The man made forest is simply astonishing. Its like you visited another county. If your hobby is doing photo shoots with nature. Then this place suits you right

Thank Eves Jefferson S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Unless you come from a country with no forests at all, I don't really get the point of this place. The road to Chocolate Hills passes through anyway. The air is very cool and fresh. Otherwise it is a bunch of mahogany trees that have...More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Unless you see the sign that simply says man made forest, you would have little idea that this stretch of woods is in any way special. Unless you take the time to research this area, you will learn nothing more than those three words. No...More

Thank JMD1951
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not the safest place to take pictures....but be a good citizen and stay on the side. Dont be the not so careful tourist who decides to take pictures in the middle of the road just to capture the right angle..... This area is on its...More

Thank gedgallego
Reviewed 17 June 2017

Picturesque mahogany forest mid-way into your countryside tour of Loboc and Chocolate Hills. Good for some requisite photo-ops; just be wary of passing vehicles.

Thank LawrenceSanDiego
Reviewed 15 June 2017

The man-made forest is a short stretch that lies along a winding road where many cars and coaches drive by. Not really ideal for photo taking, especially for smaller children due to traffic. Personally, I think its over-rated and the scenery is far from Kyoto...More

Thank Poonster1978
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

I live in the middle of a forest, so stopping to see another one was a little silly. I suppose it would be nice for some folks.

Thank Mike I
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Sounds lame but is actually quite picturesque. The road to the Chocolate hills goes right through the forest so no need for specific excursions, just stop on the way for 5 minutes.

Thank HungryGeckos
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