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Kick it old-school and check out the fa­mous tourist spots in the prov­ince. see the choco­late hills The world-renowned Choco­late Hills are a clus­ter of 1,774 lime­stone for­ma­tions. If you come dur­ing the dry sea­son, the parched hills re­ally will look like mounds of choco­late. Dur­ing the rainy months, the hills are lush and green—but equally IG­wor­thy. Want an adren­a­line rush? Head to the

choco­late hills ad­ven­ture park (chap)

and go on the Bike Zip (like a zi­pline on a bike) or the Hang­ing Bridge Walk while tak­ing in the view.

The orig­i­nal view­ing deck of­fers the most stun­ning view of the hills, and is sit­u­ated in

in Car­men, Bo­hol. CHAP (choco­late­hill­sad­ven­turepark.com) is


choco­late hills

lo­cated in Bat­uan, and you can catch a glimpse of some of the hills from here, but the main at­trac­tion is the park’s en­dor­phin-in­duc­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. Re­spect the tar­siers See­ing these adorable noc­tur­nal crea­tures is of­ten at the top of ev­ery­one’s list, but make sure to do so at the

philip­pine Wildlife and tar­sier sanc­tu­ary.

Nes­tled in the for­est foothills of Corella town, this sanc­tu­ary is one of the few tar­sier view­ing spots that gives the palm-sized tar­siers the care and treat­ment they need. Tour guides are trained to take you through the tar­siers’ nat­u­ral habi­tat, re­mind­ing you to keep your

Get a glimpse of tar­siers at the sac­tu­ary

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