Explored a bit of Bilar town then Baclayon after visiting the famed Chocolate Hills of Bohol. Both towns had beautiful natural scenery. I wished I had more time to take more photos.

Bilar Man-made Forest

Mahogany forest located along the highway. Lighting dim in this part because of the thick canopy of tall trees. It was a bit eerie and remarkably photogenic.

Medley of curve and straight lines at the Bilar man-made forest


Loboc River

Didn’t have the chance to go on the noontime river cruise along the peaceful Loboc River because it was already past 4:30PM when I got there.

Tranquil waters of the Loboc River

Loboc River Cruise boats docked at the landing area

Loboc Church, Convent, and Belltower

Perspective view of the 400+ year-old Loboc Church

Statue of San Pedro in front of the Loboc Church Facade

Towering 3-level belltower built separate from the main church in Loboc.

Museo de Loboc / convent structure behind the Loboc Church.