Given its reputation as one of the world’s best beach destinations, it should come as no surprise that a large number of activities available in Boracay involve its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. While many visitors come to Boracay to swim, snorkel, and splash around in the ocean, there are plenty of other activities visitors should experience on dry land. Here are our top four things to do on land while vacationing in Boracay:
Explore the island on an ATV
Travelers who enjoy a sense of adventure should definitely book an ATV tour during their stay. TV tours offer a unique and thrilling way to see the island, allowing you to visit remote and secluded areas that are not accessible by foot or car. The rugged terrain and winding roads of Boracay provide the perfect backdrop for a thrilling ATV ride. At the same time, the island’s diverse landscapes, transitioning from lush tropical forests to pristine white sand beaches, make for a visually stunning experience.
Shop ‘til you drop in D’Mall
Boracay is home to a variety of different shops and markets, where you can buy everything from traditional Filipino crafts to modern souvenirs–and there’s no better place to shop than D’Mall. Located in the heart of the island, D’Mall offers a wide range of shops, stalls, and boutiques that sell just about everything you need during your beach escape. It’s the best place to find souvenirs for family and friends, as well as grabbing a bite to eat after an afternoon of retail therapy.
Find inner peace by joining a yoga class
Boracay is a great place to practice yoga, as the island’s natural beauty and peaceful atmosphere provide the perfect setting. There are several yoga studios on the island where you can take classes, and many of them offer classes that take place on the beach or on a rooftop, giving you a chance to experience yoga while taking in the island’s natural beauty.
Trek up Mt. Luho for a gorgeous selfie
Mt. Luho is the highest point on the island, offering breathtaking views of the island and the surrounding sea to tourists who can reach the observation deck at the peak. Hiking to the top of the mountain is a challenging, yet enjoyable, experience. Plus, the reward of the stunning views makes it all the more worthwhile. Travelers may experience the hike to the top of Mt. Luho by booking a tour online or renting a bike and exploring the area themselves.
Whether you are an adventure seeker or a nature lover, Boracay has something for everyone. If you’re looking to fill out your itinerary with land-based activities close to your Station 2 Boracay hotel, make sure you consider adding the suggestions above to your list!