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Boracay: Get there in Three (3) Easy Steps! (A travel guide)

Hi reader! I know you came to read this blog to find some assistance for your trip to this awesome Island. I am writing this blog due to public demand, specifically by my friends & readers in Manila. I hope this travel guide will supply the details needed for your Boracay vacation.

This Travel Guide aims to reveal the answer to the question “HOW TO REACH & EXPERIENCE BORACAY?” *a frequently asked & requested topic by my readers.

I. Fly to Caticlan or Kalibo Airport 

Unfortunately, there are no direct flight’s to Boracay Island. Visitors take plane rides or fly to either Caticlan (closer airport) or Kalibo (A little bit far compared to Caticlan airport but are sold with cheaper flight fares). I thought of listing down the airline companies that offer trips to Boracay to aid my readers a better guide for their upcoming adventure.

Airlines that cater services to reach Caticlan / Kalibo Airport:

1. Philippine Airlines

2. Cebu Pacific Air

3. Sky Jet Airlines

Tip: Book flights 3-4 months prior to your planned vacation, plane fares are way cheaper when booked early. Watchout for promo fares, the cheapest tickets usually begin at 699PHP /pax  (All in-One way) *prices are subject to change w/o prior notice. NEVER book flights 7 days prior to your desired date, rates are very expensive when booked a week before your flight!

To inquire for budget rates check out ACF Ticketing Services. They usually post updated promo fares that are up for grab!

II. Ride a vehicle to Caticlan Jetty Port

Straight from the airport, there are rides offered to directly drop you to Caticlan Jetty Port.

  • From Kalibo Airport: A 45 min. ride in air-conditioned vans / busses can bring you to the Caticlan Jetty Port.
  • From Caticlan Airport: Take a motor ride / tricycle and reach Jetty Port in three (3) min.  Take these vehicles to safely reach your next stop and get to your destination (Boracay).

III. Take a Boat from Caticlan Jetty port – Boracay Island



Upon reaching the CATICLAN JETTY PORT…

purchase Tickets from the (3) counters with signages indicating “Terminal fee”, “Environmental Fee” and “Ferry tickets.”

MISCELLANEOUS FEES  per PAX

  • Terminal Fee – PhP 100/person upon arrival; PhP 100/person upon departure
  • Environmental Fee – 75 PhP /person (one-time payment upon arrival at Caticlan Port)

*Government fees may change without prior notice.

According to whitebeachboracay.com after you arrive at the passenger terminal “Caticlan Jetty Port” visitors need to buy three different kind of tickets for the trip to “Cagban Jetty Port” in Boracay. One ticket “Environmental Fee” (75 pesos), another ticket for the “Terminal Fee” (100 pesos), as well as a ticket for the ferry of your choice.

Note: 100 pesos Terminal Fee is also collected on the way back from Boracay to Caticlan. Children over six years of age are charged the same rates as adults. Cash dispensers (ATMs) are available at the passenger terminal in Caticlan and Boracay Island.

The ferry service Caticlan -Boracay  vise versa: (Operating Hours)

First boat leaves Boracay early in the morning at 5:00am.

The last trip from Caticlan to Boracay is around 10:00pm.


If you booked your accomodation at a 5 star hotel, please be reminded that 5-star hotels, such as the Boracay Mandarin Island Hotel, Boracay Regency and Shangri La Boracay Resort & Spa are equipped with their own boats for their guests.

Enjoy the boat ride and in a span of a few min. (10-20 min to be exact) you’ll reach Boracay!

Happy photo scanning! I’ve also written more blogs about the beautiful white sand beach, for Cheap eats and budget restaurants in Boracay click here!!!


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Sincerely yours,

 

LEVY ANNE AMOSIN (AnneTours)

Travel Blogger

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