Chocolate Hills are a geological formation of hills covered in green grass that turns brown like chocolate in the dry season. They are found in the Bohol Province, in the Philippines. They are dated to be as old as 2.5 to 1.5 million years old.
Why they are special: Over 1,268 of these geological formations form a rolling terrain of mostly conical asymmetrical mounds and are covered with grass-covered limestone. Varying in size from 30 metres to 120 metres in height, Chocolate Hills do, in fact, look like ‘chocolate kisses’ in the dry season. A major tourist attraction, these Hills are even featured in the provincial flag and seal of the country.