An ant hill in the forest is a rare sight in the Philippines.
But on a remote island in the tropical rainforest of Pampanga, Philippines, a group of local men are planning to build one.
The village of Carton is known for its unique flora and fauna and is home to some of the most famous ant hills in the world.
But for years, locals have been struggling to get the hill built, which is located on the outskirts of the village and offers some of its most famous sights.
The group behind the project, called Forest River Wildwood, is building a small, dirt hill in an area known as the “forest hill.”
They hope to attract tourists and locals alike by providing a peaceful place to hike, fish and camp.
The idea of the hill came about after one of the members of the Carton community, Carlos, started to see the need for a hill, as well as the need to get people out of the woods.
Carlos said that the hill would provide a place for the village to get a break from the hustle and bustle of urban life and give locals an opportunity to enjoy nature.
“It’s not just about making money, it’s also about creating a space that allows us to relax and be together,” Carlos said.
“We want to build something that will have a positive impact on the environment.”
The hill will have three levels, which include a garden, an indoor playground and a swimming pool.
Each level will be designed to fit a specific purpose.
The outdoor area is designed to provide access to the forest, while the swimming pool will allow the villagers to relax while doing so.
The community plans to start construction on the hill in March and have the hill completed by September.
While the hill is meant to provide a relaxing place to do some exercise, the community members plan to make it a tourist attraction and attract visitors to the area.
The project is being financed by the government.
“The goal of the project is to provide an alternative to the normal lifestyle of people in Carton,” said Francisco, the lead project developer for the project.
“It will also serve as a tourist destination for the region and we want to encourage people to come to Carton and enjoy nature.”