Rajah Sikatuna Park is a place for nature lovers. There is a bird and butterfly sanctuary inside the park. There are trails which wil guide you in going to the top of the hills and have a good view of the Chocolate Hills. A guide is available to assist you. Unfortunately, it was raining when I went there and i was not able to explore the park but it is included in my "must do" list next time.
There is a swimming pool filled by water coming from natural spring.
Between the towns of Loboc and Bilar, going to the Chocolate Hills, you will pass by a long stretch of winding road under mahogany trees. This is part of the man made mahogay forest of Bilar. The trees were planted more than forty years ago as part of a reforestation program of the government. To date, the trees stand as a verdant reminder of the importance of trees.
Everyone who goest to Bohol would always like to visit the Chocolate Hills and eventually pass this way. Dont just pass by, ask the driver to stop for a while and appreciate the man made forest.
Fondest memory: The cool breeze and the peaceful feeling.