Big Bike Tours is now expanding to the stunning Philippines, and we are doing a southern and northern loop as the first motorcycle adventure company ever. On these loops, you will get a 21-day experience to see most of what the beautiful Philippines has to offer and it`s everything you can ever imagine.

The Philippines contains more than 7000 islands, but we are riding through the biggest ones, visiting places most international bike riders have never been, but also the most known and stunning places the Philippines has to offer.

As you can imagine, traveling to the best places in the Philippines on a motorcycle can be logistically challenging. That`s also why it makes it so exciting. We never know how long it will take to get from destination to destination on this first tour, as the Philippines does not rely too much on time. Therefore, we have secured our tour with short daily rides to get to experience everything we do to the fullest and also to be aware that ferries from island to island can be late sometimes.

We are riding from 100 km to 320 km per day, with 2 rest days to enjoy beach life and some luxury. The first rest day will be on the famous small island of Boracay, and the second in the famous nightlife city of Angeles.

Come and experience it all with us! Send us a message to discuss this further and we will organize your motorcycle tour in the Philippines. A unique riding experience you will never forget! And no one offers all of this and the time to enjoy and savor each location more than Big Bike Tours!



DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Manila, Philippines / Ninoy Aquino International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME The tour will start at 8.30 am the day after the arrival day.
RETURN TIME The tour will finish after breakfast at the hotel on departure day.
GEAR We recommend bringing your gear to be the most comfortable. BUT we also offer helmets, jackets, gloves, and knee guards (European high-quality brands in many different sizes). Please be informed, that we do not offer boots and trousers due to hygienic reasons.
Motorcycles Honda CB500X or Royal Enfield Himalayan 411cc
Insurance for the driver, pillion, third parties, and their properties. (This covers only cases of permanent disability or death. For medical expenses please contract travel insurance in your home country.)
20 nights Accommodation as per hotels/guesthouses/homestays and room types specified in the itinerary
Welcome + Farewell Dinner + Breakfast in some hotels
Motorcycle Insurance/Registration/Maintenance/Licences/Preparation/Presentation
Collision damage waiver (deductibles apply)
Fuel & Oil, toll road fees
Entrance to tourist attractions
Smartphone holder and USB power socket
Experienced motorcycle mechanic accompanies the tour with a service vehicle for luggage, spare parts, and repair tools
Philippines-experienced and multilingual-speaking “road captain” as a riding tour guide during the whole tour
Itinerary Design by our experts to provide you with an unsurpassed, unique experience, incorporating our secrets and off-the-tourist-track routes
General Admin Fees: Merchant Services Fees, Government Goods Services Tax (12%), Hotel service charge & room tax, and baggage handling
Famous Big Bike Tours “On zee bikes!” T-Shirt
All services not mentioned as included and all items of a personal nature
Lunches and dinners
Pannier cases (they are available as extra options for some of the motorcycle models)
Alcoholic beverages and meals not specified in the itinerary
Travel insurance (cover against cancellation costs, medical expenses, including repatriation, in the event of accident or illness). We highly recommend you arrange appropriate insurance in your home country
Flights to and from Philippines
Tips for guide and driver
Single-room supplement
Personal expenses such as snacks, beverages, laundry, telephone calls, etc.
Additional activities or services or any other expenses not listed as “included.”
Visa fee for the Philippines

Please be informed, that we offer the best cost-benefit ratio for motorcycle touring in the Philippines. You can entirely focus on your holiday, the adventure, the riding, and the Philippines’s endless discovery. Come ride with us – the real deal!


(Distance: approximately 3.300 km / 2.050 miles)


Day 1. Arrival in Manila

We are all flying into Manila and to a nice hotel in the Makati area overnight before the tour starts.


Day 2. Manila - Atimonan (189 km)

We will have the first overnight in Atimonan about 165 KM south of Manila, where we have found a hidden beach and resort.


Day 3. Atimonan - Naga (260 km)

Will ride to the City of Naga and explore a city with very few foreigners.

Day 4. Naga - Matnog (251 km)

We will finish the Philippines biggest island and stay near the ferry harbor, but still on a beach resort by the ocean.

Day 5. Matnog - Calbayon City (100 km)

We start with the ferry around mid-day to Samar Island, a 1-hour ferry ride to get another hidden pearl by the ocean.

Day 6. Calbayon City - Tacloban (171 km)

We ride the coastline to a big bridge and cross over to Leyte Island, stopping in the city of Tacloban.

Day 7. Tacloban - Cebu (265 km)

We cross Leyte and take the ferry over to the well-known Cebu island, around a 2-hour ferry ride where we of course stay at a beach resort on the other side, but Cebu has only “fake” beaches as they are all man-made, but many nice places to see on this island.

Day 8. Cebu - Dumaguete (174 km)

Crossing Cebu and a short ferry ride over to the city of Dumaguete on the island of Negros. The ferry ride is around 1 hour. We stay in the heart of Dumaguete city.

Day 9. Dumaguete - Bacolod (215 km)

We are riding the full length of the island of Negros to the city of Bacolod.

Day 10. Bacolod - Roxas City (143 km)

A short ride to the ferry taking us to the island of Panay, crossing the island on rural roads to Roxas.

Day 11. Roxas City - Boracay (144 km)

On inner roads, but near the coastline up to Caticlan where we park our bikes and take a short 20-minute ferry ride over to the stunning island of Boracay to stay for 2 nights and experience nightlife and beaches.

Day 12. Rest Day on Boracay

Rest Day on Boracay Island

Day 13. Boracay - Cabalwa (100 km)

We take the ferry back to the bikes and start our journey with another ferry ride. And this day, the longest one takes 5 hours. On the other side, on the island of Mindoro, we stay by the cost of a short ride around 120 km from the ferry entry point.

Day 14. Cabalwa - Puerto Galera (209 km)

Like we didn’t get enough beaches, we will ride through stunning places, crossing the whole island of Mindoro in one day and ending up in Puerto Galera. A popular small place by the beach with narrow streets, a great beach, and many nice Western restaurants and bars.

Day 15. Puerto Galera - Angeles City (222 km)

Today we will ride through Hyogo prefecture and visit we will take our last ferry and cross over to Batangas, around 70 km from Manila again, and ride straight through Manila on the highway north to Angeles city. Angeles is the biggest party city in the Philippines, and it`s time for some real luxury. We will stay at the famous 5-star hotel, ABC Hotel with the greatest service in the world, a beach club on the roof, and free transport service anywhere you want to go during your stay. ABC provides some of the most exclusive rooms and just living in ABC is an experience you do not get anywhere else. A little bit more expensive than other places, but worth every penny. We will spend two nights in the Angeles and ABC hotel.

Day 16. Rest Day in Angeles City

Rest Day in Angeles

Day 17. Angeles City - Lucapon (189 km)

We are starting our northern loop with a ride through the American-built harbor city of Subic and follow the coastline through rural areas north up to a deserted place with a hidden resort by the coastline in Lucapon.

Day 18. Lucapon - Baguio (192 km)

we still ride north to the big city of Baguio. Here we will prepare for our next day by relaxing a bit before our challenging ride up to the highest mountain the next day.

Day 19. Baguio - Bayombong (highest peak) (224 km)

We ride to Mount Pulag, the highest peak in the Philippines, and see some stunning views. Then down to the valley and overnight in Bayombong.

Day 20. Bayombong - Manali (290 km)

We ride the last 290 km back to Manila and Makati and stayed at the same hotel as we arrived before we headed home.

Day 21. Manali, Departure

Home to our destination country.
End of Tour

Day 1. Manila, Arrival

Day 2. Manila – Atimonan (189 km)

Day 3. Atimonan – Naga (260 km)

Day 4. Naga – Matnog (251 km)

Day 5. Matnog – Calbayon City (100 km)

Day 6. Calbayon City –  Tacloban (171 km)

Day 7. Tacloban – Cebu (265 km)

Day 8. Day 8. Cebu – Dumaguete (174 km)

Day 9. Dumaguete – Bacolod (215 km)

Day 10. Bacolod – Roxas City (143 km)

Day 11. Roxas City – Boracay (144 km)

Day 12. Rest Day on Boracay

Day 13. Boracay – Cabalwa (100 km)

Day 14. Cabalwa – Puerto Galera (209 km)

Day 15. Puerto Galera – Angeles City (222 km)

Day 16. Rest Day in Angeles City

Day 17. Angeles City – Lucapon (189 km)

Day 18. Lucapon – Baguio (192 km)

Day 19. Baguio – Bayombong (highest peak) (224 km)

Day 20. Bayombong – Manali (290 km)

Day 21. Manila, Departure

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