FAQ: How To Get To Boracay Philippines?

How do I get from Manila to Boracay?

If you’re coming from Manila or Southern Luzon, you can go to Boracay by sea through 2Go Travel ferry. It takes about 9 hours from Batangas Pier to Caticlan Jetty Port. From Manila, you will receive a 2-hour land bus to Batangas Pier from Cubao or Pasay bus terminals.

What airport is closest to Boracay Philippines?

The nearest airport, the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan (also known as the Boracay Airport), is a quick ten-minute boat ride away and caters to flights to and from Manila and Cebu. It is the easiest, most accessible point of landing. Thus, the flights are more expensive than the alternative, Kalibo Airport.

How long is the ferry ride from Manila to Boracay?

If you’re planning to travel the 440km distance from Manila to Boracay, you have 3 options: you can take a 2-hour flight via Caticlan, a 3-hour flight via Kalibo, or a 13.5-hour ferry ride.

Which is better Palawan or Boracay?

Although both the destinations are good options for solo travelers. Boracay attracts more tourists than Palawan, so there are loads of opportunities to make new friends. On the other hand, in Palawan, it’s easy to find less crowded beaches where you can spend some time alone in the serenity this place has to offer.

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How much is the entrance fee in Boracay?

Boracay has not entrance fee – it is not a zoo yet.

What do tourists say about Boracay?

Boracay is a firm favourite for kitesurfers (and windsurfers) from the world over – and it’s no surprise. The conditions are near perfect; the sea is warm and clear, and the wind is very reliable. The beach for this is Bulabog, located just on the other side of the island (and just a 5 min walk from White Beach).

What should I wear in Boracay?

10 Essential Things to Pack for a Boracay Getaway

  • Eco-Friendly Water Bottle. Plastics are already banned in the whole island, so it is advisable to bring your own water tumbler.
  • Flip-flops.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunblock.
  • Swimwear.
  • Camera/Phone.
  • Hat/Cap.
  • Dry Bag.

Do I need a passport to go to Boracay?

Do I need a passport to travel to Boracay? Normally passports are not required at the Caticlan Airport (provided that you will be taking a domestic flight from major cities such as Manila, Cebu, etc.). However, passports (as the preferred ID document) are normally required to be presented at the hotel during check in.

How many hours from Caticlan to Boracay?

Caticlan Boracay Map Note that the distance between these two places is 6 km, and transfers from Caticlan to Boracay take about 20-30 minutes.

How far is Boracay from Manila by plane?

Flights from Manila to Caticlan Boracay A direct flight from Manila (MNL) to Caticlan (Boracay) (MPH) takes around 1 hour, covering a distance of 304km. Manila and Caticlan (Boracay) share the same time zone and the GMT for both is +8. Contrary to what some people think, Manila is not a scary city.

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How much is the fare from Manila to Cebu via ferry?

The price for a one way ferry ticket from Manila to Cebu City is about 1,000 Pesos for Tourist Class, 1,200 Pesos for Cabin for 4 and 3,800 Pesos for a Suiteroom for 2.

How do I get from Manila to Boracay by boat?

How to Get to Boracay from Manila via Batangas

  1. Catch a bus to Batangas Pier. We usually use the the DLTBCo terminal in the LRT-Buendia area.
  2. Board the ferry to Caticlan.
  3. Enjoy the ride.
  4. Disembark at Caticlan Jetty Port.
  5. Pay the fees.
  6. Board your boat or ferry to Boracay.
  7. Take a multi-cab or tricycle to your hotel.

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