Chocolate hills is the most visited place in Bohol and that isn’t up for debate. A lot of tourists visit Bohol for the sake of viewing the world class Chocolate Hills. The Chocolate Hills is the Philippines’ third National Geological Monument and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. During dry season, the 1,776 symmetrically shaped conical mounds covering 20 square miles turns brown, and look like endless rows of chocolate kisses—which is how they got their name.
Here’s a guide on how to get to Chocolate hills if you are planning on visiting it during your stay in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines.
The perfect time or season to visit Chocolate hills will definitely up to you since Chocolate hills has a different look and vibe during different seasons and you could probably like it during dry season while others would prefer it during rainy seasons. In the end, it's up to you on what kind of look you want to see during these seasons. You could visit any time of the year since the landscape will always be as impressive as it is, dry or rainy season.
During dry season, the hills will look brown and it would almost look like an endless rows of chocolate kisses. Dry season or summer would be perfect if you want to see the Chocolate hills looking more like chocolate kisses.
And if you want to see it looking green, you could visit Chocolate hills during rainy season or anytime of the year aside from summer or dry season since the hills would turn brown during dry season while for the rest of the year it is green due to its grass.