Bilar Man-Made Forest is a mahogany forest stretching in a 2km stretch of densely planted with Mahogany trees located in the border of Loboc and Bilar towns. Before and after you reach the man-made forest there are also naturally grown forests of Loboc and Bilar which has a thick kaleidoscope of green foliage, different kinds of trees and giant ferns lining the road.
Bilar Man Made Forest News
Welcome to Bilar!
- Boholanos labor of love.
- A haven of indigenous plant and animal species.
- Refreshing ambiance of Mother Nature.
- Created sometime in 1953 along both sides of a winding two-kilometer road.
- Made up of red and white mahogany trees located along the border of Loboc and Bilar towns.
- A favourite stop for tourists going to and/or from the Chocolate Hills in Carmen.
- From the Chocolate Hills, there's a road that forks at the left side heading towards Bilar Eco-Park (Entrance Fee: P10.00)
There's more to Bohol than the world-famous Chocolate Hills. Fine beaches, breath-taking views, beautiful landscapes and of course Us. It is an All-in-One Package, a perfect destination for romantic holidays, family vacations or even solo travel.
My family and friends went to Bohol recently and this is our face looks like. Happy, Amazing, Loving It and Hungry, Thirsty which is the best part of traveling, you got to taste all their foods and delicacies.
We drove through the mahogany man made forest but didn't stop until we were on our way back because we wanted to get to Chocolate hills first.
Bohol is an island province in Central Visayas. Bohol tourist spots are known for amazing geological formations, good beaches and coral reefs. It is a well-known tourist destination in the Philippines but still quiet enough to enjoy the place. So if youre looking for good beaches but dont want the chaos of the party islands like Boracay, then Bohol is for you. Bohol also offer a wide range of activities. From countryside tour to diving and other adrenaline-inducing activities, there are lots of choices of things to do in Bohol.
Bohol is like a condensed version of the entire country, which is why this bountiful province is always on the list of must-visit places for first-time travelers in the Philippines. Whether you are looking to get a tan at white sand beaches or dive into the colorful underwater, be mesmerized by the sprawling Chocolate Hills or simply indulge on a relaxing river cruise, visit elegant archaic churches or conquer thrilling adventures, say it and most likely Bohol has it!
We visited the "Friendly City" as we welcome of the Year of the Dog. Bohol is one of the most visited destinations both by foreign and local tourists in the Philippines. The island is famous for its unique landscapes such as the "Chocolate Hills" and also a home of a world endangered species the Tarsier.