Chocolate Hills, Philippines - More than 1,770 perfectly cone-shaped hills can be found in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines, more exactly in Bohol. The unusual geological formation has baffled geologists for decades. There are different theories on how the hills formed. Over an area of 50 square kilometers, the amazing hills are Philippines’s 3rd National Geological Monument together with Hundred Islands National Park and Taal Volcano, the world’s smallest active volcano.
The Chocolate Hills is an unusual geological formation in Bohol province, Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometres (20 sq mi). They are covered in green grass that turns brown during the dry season, hence the name.
The Chocolate Hills, Philippines -- a perfect uniform shape and the height is about 30-50 m. Probably formed by self-destruction of an active volcano. According to legend, they were formed from the tears of a giant who lost his love.
Chocolate hills. Perfectly cone-shaped, the chocolate hills in Bohol, Philippines represent an amazing and unusual geological formation in the world. Most recent studies have shown that on an area of about 50 square kilometers in Bohol there are 1.776 hills covered in green grass that during the dry season turns brown. This spectacular hills are also featured on the provincial flag as a symbol of beauty in the province. Their height varies from 30 to 120 meters.