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Renting a scooter is most fun way to see and explore the Batanes.
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Frequently asked questions about renting a scooter in Batanes, Philippines.
What are the requirements to rent a scooter in Batanes, Philippines?
At Batanes Scooters, we also require the renter/driver to be 18 years of age and have a valid license and form of ID. We require renters to be physically qualified to operate a scooter and prohibit the use of alcohol while operating the scooter.
In Batanes helmets are required and we encourage the use of helmets all the time.
Why is your price higher than some other places in Philippines?
Any shortcuts on our part could potentially compromise your vacation and we want you to have an amazing adventure in Batanes.
Can you self-tour or do you need a guide in Batanes?
There are some fantastic tour guides if you require more information or would like a local’s knowledge. We are happy to provide a guided scooter tour, which is quite simply the best way to tour. More comfortable than a trike and a bit more independent as you can stop where you please. We recommend a 1/2-day guided scooter tour, and then you can explore on your own.
Is a deposit required?
We offer same day and walk-in bookings, but during most seasons, scooters will not be available on a daily basis.
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Photos of Scooter Adventures in Batanes
Some call it the “Ireland of Philippines”, others call it the “New Zealand of Asia”. Batanes is a beautiful group of Islands in North Philippines that features lush green rolling hills, towering volcanoes and majestic beaches. The climate in Batanes is mild to warm most of the year and perfect for adventuring or relaxing on the beach. The Batanes Island of Batan, Sabtang and Itbayat, are famous for their hospitality and honesty. Travelers should spend a few days on each island to truly experience all the amazing sites Batanes has to offer. A self-guided scooter tour is a great way to see the island. Check us out in Basco, Batanes!
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