Loboc Man-Made Forest Review, Bohol, Philippines
This post is a Loboc Man-Made Forest review. Loboc Man-Made Forest is exactly what the name suggests – A man-made forest in Loboc.
Loboc is in the south-west interior of Bohol, which is an island in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines.
This Loboc Man-Made Forest review includes personal opinions and useful information including directions, pictures, costs, etc.
Cost(s): Free to drive through. 10php to go into the Bilar Eco Park.
Address: Loay Interior Road, Loboc, Bohol, Central Visayas, Philippines.
Loboc Man-Made Forest Review, Bohol
After the Bamboo Hanging Bridge we drove to the Man-Made Forest which I have been to before but hadn’t written a dedicated post for. Well now I feel it deserves one since it is actually one of my favorite things in Bohol.
Last time I did it I basically just drove through. This time we decided to check out the Bilar Eco Park. It cost 10php per person to enter. It is pretty nice in there. There are some benches to sit at. I guess you could have a picnic.
There is also a viewing platform to, well, look at the trees.
You can walk along the nature path. We did it for about three minutes and then decided to go back and have a nap on one of the benches. Usually I would have trekked the path but I had been driving a lot, we’d just eaten, and it was right on time for my usual afternoon nap.
After the Loboc Man-Made Forest we kept driving north towards Carmen to see the Chocolate Hills which I have seen before and am not very impressed with but thought since they are so famous it is something my friend would like to see.
Getting to Loboc Man-Made Forest in Bohol
From Loboc drive north towards Bilar (and Carmen further on). You will go through the Loboc Man-Made Forest.
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