These rolling hills, sprouting like giant moguls throughout the central towns and countryside of Bohol Island, were declared the third National Geological Monument of the Philippines. They’re made of grass-covered limestone, but local legend says that they were formed when 2 feuding giants hurled rocks and boulders at each other during a violent brawl. Their mossy green turns a cocoa brown in the dry season, hence the name, and tourists visit them at sunrise for the otherworldly views.
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