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Man-made Forest

While heading to the famous Chocolate Hills, you’ll pass through a thick cold forest that is man-made. This trees that have rooted in the forest for almost fifty years or so were manually planted by local volunteers and even students. The cool air that the trees breathe out is enjoyed by tourists while gazing at the beautiful green nature of this forest that takes you to momentary illusions of being in the middle of the forest but still seated on your car or bus.

Man-made Forest

Man-made Forest

The existing forest is the successful outcome of a 1960 nationwide reforestation program under the administration of the then president Diosdado Macapagal. Thousands of mahogany seedlings were planted in the 857.4 hectare land. Up to this day, the Bilar Manmade Forest is preserved by the government since it is becoming of a tourist spot as well.

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