Bilar Man-Made Forest

About Bilar Man-Made Forest
The Bilar Man-made Forest is a 2-kilometer stretch of mahogany trees located along the border of Loboc and Bilar towns in Bohol, Philippines. It was planted in the late 20th century as part of a reforestation project by the local government to counteract deforestation in the area.
The forest is a popular tourist destination, especially for photographers and nature lovers. The trees are planted in straight rows, creating a tunnel-like effect that is quite beautiful. The forest is also home to a variety of birds and other wildlife. If you are visiting Bohol, the Bilar Man-made Forest is definitely worth a visit. It is a peaceful and tranquil place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Here are some of the things you can do in the Bilar Man-made Forest:
  • Go for a walk or hike through the forest.
  • Take photos of the trees and the forest.
  • Relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest.
  • Look for birds and other wildlife.
  • Visit the viewing deck, which offers panoramic views of the forest.
  • Viewing deck in Bilar Man-made forest in Bohol
    The Bilar Man-made Forest is a great place to visit any time of year. However, the best time to go is during the dry season, which is from November to April.