Mount Luho

Malay, Aklan

Mount Luho is the highest point in Boracay. From it's viewing deck you get a sensational panoramic view of the island.

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  • Mount Luho Highest Point In Boracay

    Mount Luho Highest Point In Boracay

    Who would have thought you can go "trekking" in Boracay?! While most people relate Boracay to white sand beaches, Id like to share with you one of the most spontaneous trips weve ever had- our short climb to Mount Luho, the highest point on the island.

  • Boracay Island a First Timers Guide To 3 Days And 2 Nights In Paradise

    Boracay Island a First Timers Guide To 3 Days And 2 Nights In Paradise

    Boracay is a small island located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Named as Best Overall Island in 2012 by Travel+Leisure Magazine, Boracay has become the ultimate beach destination in the country.

    The fine white sand, the crystal blue waters and the nightlife are few of the things I've always wanted to experience whenever Boracay comes to mind. Saving up for this trip, I got the chance to visit the glorious coast of this known island finally. Although many say that Boracay is slowly losing ...

  • Mount Luho The Beautiful Panoramic View Of Boracay Island

    Mount Luho The Beautiful Panoramic View Of Boracay Island

    Have you been to the highest peak of Boracay Island?

    Boracay is a small tropical island located in Malay, Aklan. The island that is only 7 kilometers long and less than a kilometer wide at its narrowest point is found on the northwest tip of Panay Island. Boracay is one of the Philippines' famous islands for tourists around the world.

    Surely, you've been in the beaches but have you ever been to the highest peak of the island?

    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 pan ...

  • 4 Days in Paradise

    Much needed summer getaway in this island paradise. Cliff diving at Ariel's Point, climbing Mt Luho and so much more.

  • Boracay still Region 6 top tourists destination

    Boracay still Region 6 top tourists destination

    Boracay Island is still the top destination in Western Visayas. It is followed by Bacolod City and Negros Occidental combined and Iloilo City and Province combined, according to the Department of Tourism Region VI destination-product profile matrix presented during the recent Product Development and Marketing Workshop at Berjaya Hotel, Makati.

    Caticlan Airport and Kalibo International Airport have a total of 45 flights daily with Caticlan having an average of 21 flights everyday while Kalibo has an average of 18 daily domestic flights and six daily international flights. Koreans are the lea ...

  • Overlooking Boracay Island at Mount Luho

    Overlooking Boracay Island at Mount Luho

    Mount Luho is one of the best spots that can be visited in Boracay. It is located in Brgy. Bolabog, Boracay Island. It has a total height of about 100 meters above sea level. It is the highest point in the island. This mountain is mostly visited because it offers a very captivating and mesmerizing view of Boracay that will surely capture the eyes of the spectators.

    Tourists can find various attractions in the mountain such as a natural setting which is perfect for nature lovers, zipline adventure for entertainment and a mini zoo featuring different kinds of animals.

    If you wish to climb ...