Things to do in Boracay
Boracay’s highest peak is called as Mount Luho. Though it is called as such, it is not difficult to climb the small open deck where you can get a 360 degrees panoramic view of the island.
The view deck of Mount Luho which stands at about 370 ft. above sea level is located at Brgy. Bolabog. One has to travel a long and winding uphill road but there are available rides that will take visitors to the peak. The standard chartered rate for a maximum of 4 persons is PhP 300 per hour or PhP 150 for one-way.
There are 2 viewing decks at Mount Luho. The first and original one is owned by a Filipino which was built way back in the 1990s. The other is owned by Koreans which was just recently built for groups of foreign touring groups. (Filipinos are welcomed too.)
An entrance fee of PhP 120 per head is collected for the maintenance of the place.
There’s also a zipline but we haven’t tried it out since we no longer have enough time. You can ask the tricycle driver about it before your trip to Mount Luho so that they can arrange a special package for you. They are given incentives every time they bring a customer. Not only that you’ll be enjoying the activities but you know that you’re also helping them earn some extra income.