Though exploring the island by foot is still by far the best and most environmentally supportive way to get around Boracay, rental tricyles (about USD5 per hour) are readily available if you wish to get off your feet. Mountain bikes, ATVs, and motor bikes are also available for rent.
For those who yearn to circumnavigate the island by sea, paraws (native sailboats), kayaks, and motorized outrigger boats are widely available for both hourly and daily rentals.
Don’t be afraid to explore the island; just the small size of Boracay would make it difficult to get lost in, but the friendly helpfulness of the people makes it almost impossible. No matter where you end up, you will at most be only a few hours away from where you started.
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This Boracay Guest Guide is authored by Camilla Collings for Boracay Magazine, copyright 2014. All rights reserved. No part of this section may be copied-and-pasted into any Boracay promotional material, or altered to hide traces of plagiarism, without permission from the copyright owner. This article may be shared as long as links kept intact, and proper acknowledgements made.