The Chocolate Hills is a group of cone shaped hills- perfectly cone shaped hills- that is located in Bohol, Philippines. This geological formation is highly unusual as the sizes of each hill are almost the same.
The hills are all covered in green grass and during the dry season the grass turns brown. This brown color is responsible for the name Chocolate Hills. There is not enough rain in Bohol during the dry season so the grasses dry up.
Looking from above, the hills, which look like hundreds of chocolate kisses lain on the ground, appear to have been made almost symmetrical by man on purpose. People who would see the Chocolate Hills for the first time would find it unbelievable that the hills are actually natural formations.
Aside from grass, the hills also grow sugar cane, flowers and ferns. The flat lands in between the hills are cultivated and used to grow rice and other crops...