When we read or find out about Man-made Forests, the primary thing that flies out into our heads is the renowned Man-Made Forest of Bohol.
Not very numerous individuals, even the Cebuanos, realize Cebu has its own Man-Made Forest in the town of Minglanilla, Southern Cebu. It most likely isn't a counterfeit of Bohol's, as it has been around for more than 100 years now since January 13, 1916 (the OLDEST in the nation!) and has not so much been promoted as a vacation spot.
Cebu's Man-Made Forest is additionally called as the Osmena Reforestation Project (ORP), as it persistently reestablishes and safeguards the woods in the wake of encountering unforgiving harms from quarrying and mining exercises long back. It is an exploratory backwoods station that covers 2,710 hectares and now a home of numerous types of trees, plants, winged creatures and bugs.
As of late, the Cebu Provincial Tourism Office (PTO) reported its intends to make Campo 7, Minglanilla as a nature trek goal and build up the woodland as an end of the week escape.
Set up in 1916, the task used to be known as the Talisay-Minglanilla Reforestation Project. It was started by the late president Sergio Osmeña Sr. In 1937, President Manuel Quezon renamed the site and broadcasted it a woods hold back.