One of the more unique landscapes in the Philippines can be found in Bohol province, home of the Chocolate Hills.
The hills, which range in height from 40 to 120 meters, jut out of the ground like camel humps. Scientists say they were formed by the “uplifting of ancient coral-reef deposits, followed by erosion and weathering,” according to Lonely Planet.
This phenomenon can only be found in two or three other places in the world (one of those places being the island of Java, in Indonesia). Continue reading