Sunday, October 23, 2011

Bohol - A Remarkable Nature's Lover Province

Visiting the province of Bohol is a remarkable experience to treasure once you saw the world famous Chocolate Hills. It is very impressive because you will try to wonder on how great the nature gifted this island with almost 200 hills surrounding the entire area. Countless tourists here are traversing the 240-step stair going up to the view deck of the hill. According to the natives here, the best time to see this place is during summer. 

See the first picture of the Tarsier, it is the smallest primate in the world and you will actually get the chance to see these remarkable creatures once you visit Bohol. The other picture represents the most impressive highway forest in the Philippines. They call this area as the 1K or 1 kilometer forest. This place is under the supervision of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Cutting even the smallest tree is strictly prohibited in this area to preserve the beauty of the nature. 

These pictures are memorable to this province. The first one is the historical Blood Compact monument between Ferdinand Magellan and Lapu Lapu. The second picture is the 500-year-old Baclayon Church. Notice the facial image on the right side of the wall, it is the face of St. Pios and it naturally manifested through the dirt and rain falls. If you will only see the image in your actual visit here, it really is a breathtaking one. 

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