ATV Tours | Guide to the Philippines

ATV Tours
Explore the picturesque landscapes of the Philippines in rugged style by hopping on our 4x4 all-terrain vehicle tours. Get to see hard-to-reach destinations with the convenience of your own ride.

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Frequently asked questions

Where are the best ATV Ride Tours in the Philippines?

The top destinations for ATV ride tours in the Philippines is Puerto Princesa, Pampanga, and Mount Pinatubo. However, there are dozens more lesser-known but equally fun and beautiful trails to experience if you’re an adrenaline junkie for off-road adventures. 

Are ATV rides safe?

Yes! An assigned instructor will brief you on the safety measures and general riding instructions prior to the tour. You will also be accompanied by trail leaders throughout your ride. Safety equipment such as helmets and knee pads will also be provided.

What should I expect from ATV tours?

Expect to get a bit dirty while on the trail due to the mud so wear comfortable clothes that you do not mind getting stained. You will also encounter steep slopes in some parts of the trail. Bring your sense of adventure for a great experience!

I have no experience in operating ATVs. Can I learn this on the spot?

There are ATV tour packages that are beginner-friendly. ATV trail operators provide safety briefings and practice runs prior to the start of the tour.

What is the difference between ATV and 4x4?

4x4 motors are a classification of road-legal vehicles with power delivered to all four wheels. It typically has a seating capacity of 3-5 depending on the layout. ATVs, on the other hand, can be 4x2 or 4x4 and is operated by a handlebar similar to a motorcycle and has a capacity of 2 people. ATVs are prohibited for use on public roads and highways in the Philippines.