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The Chocolate Hills

The chocolate hills are a group of unusually shaped hills located in the middle of the island of Bohol in Philippines. This extraordinary landscape is unique to this small island. The hills are not huge; the highest one barely reaches 120 meters in height. Even so, most hills are between 30 and 50 meters. The conical Chocolate hills are scattered within a fifty square kilometer area.

The Loboc River Cruise

Offers visitors to experience the beauty and serenity in the most beautiful section of the river that runs through Loboc. Cruises start near the historic Loboc Church at the town proper where many boats are docked and different stores and restaurants line up the riverside. Some of
these restaurants used to offer visitors the chance to take pictures with the shy tarsiers.

Dolphin Watching Tour

Go watch whales and dolphins in the Bohol Sea. There are boats called canter have been refitted specifically for a safe and comfortable trip. The boats, measuring about 20 meters in length, can accommodate up to five to seven passengers. Each of these crafts is furnished with seats and roofing, and equipped with life vests.

There’s something therapeutic about gazing upon Hong Kong’s endangered ‘pink’ dolphins as they frolic in their scenic, natural habitat. The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park in the city’s western waters has rich fisheries to provide abundant food for these Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins. The boat cruise also passes the scenic western shoreline of the New Territories and Hong Kong International Airport in an area frequented by fishing boats (vprocleaningagency.com). And, best of all, if you don’t see a dolphin on the tour, you can simply join again for free on any other scheduled trip.