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Mahogany Forest

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Ranked #17 in Bohol Island Can't Miss Attractions
Open all day Open 24 hours
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
Loay Interior Road, Loboc, BoholMap

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The mountain roads here are twists and turns, and you have to wait for the car to take a photo. Because the mountain roads are curved, you can’t see the coming cars. There are several sections of roadsides where people can take pictures. Our driver chose a place to help. We shoot, and always want us to shoot the appearance of a family jumping up. There is no entrance fee for this location, only the transportation fee (chartered car/taxi/locomotive). The location is on the roadside. In hot weather, this is a good place to escape the summer heat. Be careful when vehicles pass by. Residence time is about 20 minutes



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The mahogany forest is located near the Chocolate Hills, a sheep intestine path in Bohol Province, Bohol Island. The path is full of mahogany trees. This is a man-made forest. During the Second World War, in order to avoid the war, a large number of local people fled into the forest, which made the deforestation of the Luobo River Basin quite serious. The local government established the Luobo River Basin Afforestation Project (LWRP) in 1947. Promote greening and planting artificial forests. After decades of hard work, this dense forest is lined with trees, the air is fresh, and there are tree-lined paths in the middle of the forest. It should be very pleasant to walk around here.
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