Located on the island of Bohol in the Philippines, Chocolate Hills is a mystery for tourists and locals. Beyond clean beaches and clear water adored by visitors, there are some unprecedented geological formations whose origins remain shrouded in mystery
Geologists classify as karst landforms cone. In layman’s terms, these hills are remnants of limestone deposits from a time when streams and rivers were above sea level. The rain and other water sources created these valleys have turned the island into a tourist attraction.
Local tradition says that the hills are the result of the battle between two giants that day, the members threw rocks at each other. Then reconciling leaving the island cliffs are left where they were. Another story is that the hills are giant wept tears of the death of a beloved woman, saysTravel and Leisure.
There is no clear number on how many hills there, some saying it would be 1,268, and counting up to 1,776 others.