Chocolate Hills Complex

Address: Buenos Aires, Carmen, Bohol, Visayas, Philippines | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Buenos Aires, Carmen, Bohol.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsChocolate Hills Complex Bohol

        Reviewed by bpx805

        A highly recommended place.

        Reviewed Apr 20, 2015
        by (29 reviews) , Mexico Flag of Mexico

        It was lovely rest here. No noise, and country air. It also has many opportunities for outdoor entertaining. It was peacefull.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        Reviewed by gasito

        Para los amantes de los kisses de Lindt

        Reviewed Apr 14, 2014
        by (3 reviews) , Argentina Flag of Argentina

        Casi la misma imagen

        Guau
        Tagbilaran City, Philippines

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Chocolate Hills Complex Bohol

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
         

        Travel Blogs from Bohol

        Chocolate Hills and Tiny Monkeys

        A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 30, 2014

        7 photos

        ... as it's body.

        2) Their third finger is the same length as their upper arm.

        3) Tarsiers are able to rotate their head 180 degrees to compensate for their immovable eye balls .

        4) The second and the third toes of the hind limbs have claws instead of nails used for grooming.

        5) Tarsiers are the only entirely carnivorous primate. They eat insects, lizards and other small animals.

        6) They are amazing jumpers, able to jump 40 times ...

        Lobok River

        A travel blog entry by robahalliday on Nov 14, 2014

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... just coming out of Monsoon they're green not the scorched brown they'll become as it dries up over the next few months. A geologist would say they're limestone and calcite deposits from an ancient sea eroded down to form the domes, the local myth is that they are the calcified tears of giants. Less authentic was our boat cruise down Lobok river yesterday. We were both surprised to an electric guitarist and 2 backing singers joining us for ...

        Bohol beach wedding

        A travel blog entry by nath_and_rach on Feb 20, 2014

        7 photos

        ... with greetings from the groom. The venue was fantastic! Positioned on the coast, white sand, turquoise waters, it was magical! After a quick paddle in the clear ocean and walking along the soft white sand we went to change into our wedding gear. We as well as the grooms family and friends were all invited to change in the grooms small apartment, making it a challenge for everyone! When we were changed we headed to the entrance of the beach and waited at the top of ...

        Bohol island

        A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Feb 09, 2014

        ... stores. This is terrible for any animal but specifically to the tarsier as when caged and handled they commit suicide by hitting the head on the bars continuously. To make matters worse if they are held, their glass like bones shatter so easily. Luckily it has now been made illegal to capture them on this island. We arrived at the sanctuary and as soon as we parked up the heavens opened! Typical hey! The staff were lovely and we all waited for the rain to ...

        Tiny Monkeys, Poo and Big Green Lumps

        A travel blog entry by banyon on Nov 15, 2012

        1 comment, 54 photos

        ... guide friend in his motor. This is much comfier than travelling by tricycle and we admire the lush scenery as we go.

        First stop is a monument celebrating the Blood Compact (peace treaty) between the Philippines and the Spanish invaders in 1565. It depicts a scene showing the two sides drinking wine, into which both parties have spilt their own blood. It is called a Sandugo and is a traditional way of declaring friendship and peace. It also has a lovely ...

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