All Terrain Vehicles or ATV’s are a common sight on Boracay and many rental shops have opened up all over the island in the past few years. It’s time to throw caution to the wind and go for a thrill! This is the most popular activity on the mainland of the island, though you won’t see these vehicles on the beaches when you visit. ATV’s are restricted to certain roads around Boracay and you will only be able to get so close to the beach before you will be instructed to turn around. There are some exceptions to this rule but you will have to work out the details with the rental shop that you get your ATV from.
One of the largest rental facilities for ATV’s is located near Eco village in Hagdan and the price to rent is only 500 pesos per hour. To find this area, you may also look for the turnoff on the main road to Diniwid Beach. Many shops charge even less and for that price, you will be hard-pressed to find such a fun-filled hour away from the busier beaches of Boracay.
ATV tours allow you to cruise the main inroads of Boracay island and learn your way around. Using an ATV is a great way to see the island and to have a little adventure at the same time. Most ATV tours will direct you up the back roads to Mount Luho, the highest point in Boracay A small ATV is usually and automatic transmission and very easy to drive. After Mount Luho, you might continue up to Yapak Beach and even make your way out to Manoc Manoc. Boracay is really a beautiful island and it is hard to se everything in a few short days if you don’t get out and take a ride around the various roads. If you’re looking for something different to do on your next visit to this paradise island, ATV tours might just be the thing you were looking for.