Mt. Luho is the tallest peak on Boracay Island, standing at about 330 feet above sea level. Located in Aklan, its viewing deck offers panoramic views of the province and the white sand shores lining it.
The trail leading to the deck is filled with lush plants and flowers that thrive on the mountain, providing gorgeous scenes for travelers. For animal lovers, there is also a mini zoo inside the mountain's premises that houses various animals such as birds and monkeys.
If you would rather not walk up to the peak, visitors can also rent a mountain bike for the trip or take a tricycle instead. Upon reaching the wooden viewing deck, you can take a break here and take in the beautiful view before heading back down.
The entrance to Mt. Luho is situated along Boracay Mount Luho Road. It sits about about 7.3 KM away from the Boracay Jetty Port. From the port, you can take a car straight to the mountain's entrance. You can also join a guided tour that includes a visit to this attraction.
Visitors will need to pay an entrance fee to access the viewing deck.
Mt. Luho can be visited all year round. The best time to visit this attraction is from November to April because of the drier and cooler weather.