Ati Village is situated on beachfront land that the tribe was granted in 2011 by a Certificate of Ancestral Domain Title (CADT) provided by the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP). Ati and Tumandok are the island's initial settlers, and were relocated to a 2.1-hectare walled settlement in the early 2000s when the island was transformed into a popular tourist destination.
Boracay Ati Community Development Complex consists of 30 homes, a ceremonial field, a heritage building, a tribal hall and training center, school, clinic, and chapel.
Intercultural interaction in the Ati village often has a number of advantages and rewards in terms of job prospects and enhances indigenous people's sense of identity in their culture and heritage. Members of the indigenous community demonstrate their heritage, history, arts, and crafts in their own way and guests traveling to this village will be able to witness this.
From Cagban Port, ride a tricycle going to Ati Village.
You can visit Ati Village anytime of day.