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Chocolate Hills
4.3/5
457 Reviews
Located in the middle of Bohol Island, Chocolate Hills is an iconic natural wonder on the island where the film Harry Potter was filmed. Chocolate Hills are made up of thousands of hills with similar shape and varying heights. The lawns on the hills will turn brown in dry seasons, looking like a piece of chocolate from afar. Chocolate Hills is green during other seasons. You can take a motorcycle or walk up the mountain, on top of which a viewing platform provides a good point to enjoy the view.
Balicasag Reef
4.6/5
269 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Geological Sites
Beach
Baricasa Island is an equatorial coral island, a small island in the middle of the sea. It is the site of the world-famous Baricasa fault. The Baricasa fault is said to have a sea-level drop of 1,000 meters and is listed as a marine protected area by the United Nations. The landscape is quite magnificent. Baricasa Island is also home to many diving enthusiasts, featuring a drift in the water overlooking the big fault of Baric Casa.
Virgin Island
4.5/5
336 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Beach
Virgin Island is a small uninhabited island. The beachs around the island appear with the tides for only a few hours every day. It is amazing to see the beautiful trailing beaches during low tides and most of the island going under the water when the water level rises. There are two soft sandbanks extending from the Virgin Island, and it is very comfortable to walk on them. The seabed outside the sandbank is full of seaweed.
Magellan's Cross
4.1/5
333 Reviews
Beach
The large wooden cross is supposed to contain the remnants of the very cross that Magellan planted upon landing in the Philippines.
Oslob Whale Shark Watching
4.6/5
267 Reviews
Whale Watching
Oslob Whale Shark Watching point is located in the southern part of the province of Cebu. It was originally a small fishing village. Later, when whale sharks were found, the villagers fed whale sharks and gradually developed a "free-range" whale shark watching point. You can go whale shark watching on a boat, or you snorkel or dive and swim with whale sharks. You have to set out early in the morning to see the whale sharks as that's when they can be observed.
Basilica Minore del Santo Nino
4.4/5
243 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture
The Church of the Infant is located near the Magellan's Cross and was rebuilt in 1740. It has been more than 200 years old and is the old Roman Catholic church in the Philippines. There is a statue of a young Jesus in a room in the Church of the Infant. It is said that Magellan gave the Queen of Cebu in 1521, and many locals will line up to pray.

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