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Loboc, Philippines
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All reviews middle of the road chocolate hills boy scouts take pictures tall trees worth a stop picture taking fresh air both sides quick stop cool place local government photo ops mother nature countryside tour man planted
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This beautiful man-made Forest appears along the main road between Loboc and Carmen - the famous Chocolate Hills. The road isn’t too busy in the morning hours allowing for some great captures. Be careful in the toad if posing for pictures as trucks and cars...More

Thank Meredith-SanDiego
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

If you’re visiting Chocolate Hills then drive through this as well. We went there by motorcycle which I definitely recommend since you experience the nature much better then by car.

Thank Tjalan
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Nice mahogany tress haha it was good a stop over on the way to chocolate hills it was first time to me to shoot a photos as photographer worrying not to get hit by a passing cars

Thank vonvoyageButterfly
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went through the Mahogany Forest in way to Chocolate Hills. Our tour guide did not mention it. However I recognized by the pictures I've seen and the fact that the trees here are significantly taller than any other area in our Bohol tour. We...More

Thank DonN263
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is on the way to Chocolate Hills and Tarsier Conservation Park. It is nice to know that the trees were planted by the Boy Scouts back on 1960's.

Thank victoria e
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Mahogany Man made forrest is truly awesome Manmade creature... It was truly an awesome work... No tourist that time we went there. So.we had time.to take photo but still needs to be careful as theres some.vehicles coming n and out of that highway... No entrance...More

Thank ronnav2016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

i wish my house could be the same. with lots of trees around, canopying my dream home... such a lovely sight to see all green around.

Thank m0rena05
Reviewed 11 October 2018 via mobile

As soon as I rode into this shade the temperature dropped several degrees. A good place to stop and rest, and despite what the negative reviewers say it is quite pretty... Having said that its not a destination, just a nice place to stop on...More

Thank Max W
Reviewed 28 September 2018

Was not surprised to discover this as a "photo" opportunity to stand in the middle of the main road with overhanging trees, described as a man-made forest. yes, I stood in the middle of the road as lorries and cars and jeepney zoom past. it...More

Thank AdamP609
Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile

There’s a rich history about this place and you have to stop by and take a picture as it is breathtaking. It’s free and the road doesn’t have much vehicles so you can yake as much photos as you can.

Thank Audrey T
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