Mount Luho View Deck
Lapus-Lapus Rd, Mt Luho, Malay, Aklan, PhilippinesPrices
admission from 150 to 300 Peso
While most mountains in Boracay can be easily accessed through daytime treks, Mount Luho is an exception. This mount is the highest natural elevation in Boracay. This is one of the few mountains in Boracay that is remote and totally uninhabited. Since trekking towards the highest point of Luho isn't feasible for most tourists, special arrangements can be made. There are mountaineering camps where professional trekkers use a cable system and other gadgets to help visitors climb up Boracay. It is generally believed that the peak of Boracay offers the most comprehensive sight of mainland Philippines and its surrounding islands. However, visitors need to be guarded against inclement weather conditions, as rains are often intermittent and violent in Boracay. The lower reaches of Boracay have been converted into a resting spot for tourists. Here, visitors can lounge for hours, suspended in hammocks.