Chocolate Hills ATV Tour – Bohol

October 16, 2016

chocolate hill bug carOur next stop after the Bohol Butterfly Sanctuary is the Chocolate Hills ATV Tour. You can either rent an ATV or a Bug Car at Graham-ATV Rental. They claim that they’d provide you with safety gears like helmets and knee pads but they didn’t really give us any. We opted to rent a bug car instead of an ATV ’cause I’m not really comfortable driving. I can be such a scaredy cat sometimes.

atv and bug carsThe ATV rental office is easy to find. Once you are at Buenos Aires, just look for these ATVs and Bug Cars parked at the side of the road.

driving bug car at chocolate hillsEarvin and I took turns in driving the Bug Car. He was so proud that I am finally driving for him because he is always the one who drives for me. Driving isn’t really my thing. My Papa and Daddy has been teaching me to drive since high school but I am just not fond of it, really. My daddy even bought a second hand car for me back in college so I can practice driving but I never drove it. I am scared. Hehe!

chocolate hills upclose

Three Sisters Hills:

chocolate hills three sisters hills

Eight Sisters Hills:

chocolate hills eight sisters

Bohol Mini Rice Terraces:

bohol mini rice terraces chocolate hills mini rice terraces bohol rice terraces

Chocolate Hills ATV Tour Route Map:

chocolate hills atv tour route map

Chocolate Hills ATV Rental Rates:

chocolate hills atv rental rates

We availed the Bug Car Package C but we only paid 1,700php because they are having a promo the time. Do we think it’s worth it? Naaah, not really.

Here is the thing, if you are there to experience driving a Bug Car or an ATV, then by all means go rent one. If you’re looking forward to save money, just rent a motorcycle and pay the 50php entrance fee. Motorcycle rates are only 500php per day. You can use it to go around places included in the countryside tour. It will save you a lot of money.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Radi October 17, 2016 at 10:30 am

    How fun! The nature is incredible and I can just imagine how awesome it is to ride a bug car around it.

  • Reply Chardy Baldyosa October 18, 2016 at 3:47 am

    What a great looking couple. Looks like you guys had tons of fun! How was the bug car? Was it easy to manipulate and control? I also have a fesr of those things. Anyway, great photos and very insightful travel post. Cheers!

  • Reply Bea November 4, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    I’ve tried it too last summer and I agree that it’s not worth it. Good thing I’ve only got the Package A. At the end of the tour, they asked us if we wanted to extend to 1 hour but we decline. I wanted to ride a motorcycle na tuloy because it’s a lot cheaper and convenient in traveling.

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