Excursions in Boracay

19 excursions and activities in Boracay are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Boracay really be seen in a single day?

Located in the central Philippines, Boracay is an island known for its beaches and resorts. If you're planning a trip to the island, you may be wondering what to see and do while you're there.


Ariel's Point

Located at the northern tip of Aklan, Ariel's Point is one of Boracay's most popular destinations. It is a beautiful cliff diving spot that is surrounded by lush green forest. It is also home to an abundance of marine life.

Ariel's Point is ideal for people of all ages and physical abilities. It has five different cliff diving boards, which range from three to fifteen meters in height. The cliff is located near the rustic fishing village of Buruanga. It features stunning volcanic rock formations and abundant marine life.

Ariel's Point offers various adventure activities like cliff diving and kayaking. It is an ideal destination for day trips. It is located 35 to 45 minutes from Boracay by outrigger boat.

The Ariel's Point website lists it as the world's #1 cliff diving destination. It is suitable for all ages, and is great for cliff diving and snorkeling.

Upon arrival at Boracay, guests will be picked up by the Ariel's Point tour company. It takes 40 minutes to get to Ariel's Point by boat. After the excursion, guests can enjoy the Ariel's Point Open Bar with locally distilled rum, Coca-Cola products, and mixed drinks.

Ariel's Point day trip includes lunch, unlimited drinks, and a boat cruise. It departs from White Beach at 11:00am. Ariel's Point also offers a lunch buffet that includes pancit noodles, eggplant salad, and herb potatoes.

Several sunbathing spots are also available at Ariel's Point. The cliff is 15 meters high and is surrounded by clear waters.

Bulabog Beach

Located on the eastern side of Boracay Island, Bulabog Beach is a 2.5km long water sports beach. It is lined with coconut trees, and has a wide, uniformly shallow lagoon. It is ideal for kite surfing and other watersports.

During the dry season, the seas are calm and suitable for swimming and diving. The best time to visit is between November and April. It is also a good time to watch the sunrise or sunset.

Boracay is popular for its beaches, nightlife and scenic spots. There are two main beaches: White Beach and Bulabog Beach. The latter is known for its fine powdery sand and spectacular sunsets.

There are a number of hotels and resorts to choose from in the vicinity. Levantin Resort is a 2-star guesthouse accommodation in Bulabog Beach. Its location and affordable rates make it a great choice for budget travelers. Moreover, it offers a friendly atmosphere and good value for money.

One of the most impressive things about Bulabog Beach is the array of water activities it has to offer. This includes kayaking, jet skiing, banana boats, and kite surfing. There are also a number of schools that offer package deals. You can sign up for a course starting at $1,900/hour.

There are also plenty of shops and restaurants to keep you occupied during your stay. D'mall, Talipapa Market, and Budget Mart are all within a 10-minute walk from the beach.

Helicopter ride

Seeing Boracay from the air is a great way to get a feel for the island. Helicopter tours can last anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes. This will give you a bird's eye view of the beaches and coastline of the island.

Boracay has numerous water sports to choose from. You can try snorkeling, swimming, and even helmet diving. You can also take a ride on an ATV. This activity is ideal for thrill seekers. ATV rides cost around 2000 PHP for morning tours.

You can do this on your own or with a tour guide. You can find a tour guide at your hotel. He or she will talk about the tour and show you the spots. This is one of the most popular activities on Boracay.

If you want to experience the thrill of the ride, you can also rent a parachute. You can rent one for either you or your family or friends. The average duration is 15 minutes. This is a good way to spend time with your friends or loved ones.

The Boracay Helicopter Tour offers different tour packages. These range from a 10-minute beach tour to a 20-minute VIP tour. These tours can accommodate up to three people. The tour is a fun and inexpensive activity. It includes a pick-up from your accommodation, a flight over Bulabog Beach, and a guide service.

The 20-minute VIP tour is perfect for couples. The flight includes aerial views of Carabao Island and the neighboring islands. The ride takes place in a McDonnell Douglas MD500E, which is powered by turbine engines.

Banana boating

During your vacation in Boracay, you may want to try out a banana boat ride. This activity is a fun and exciting way to get a thrill out of the sea. In fact, it's one of the most popular activities in the island.

This activity is perfect for a group of friends or family. It's also a great photo opportunity. You'll be towed around by a fast motorboat. In addition to the speedboat, you'll be bouncing along in a banana shaped inflatable raft. The experience is safe as long as you take the proper precautions.

The best part is that you don't need to be a swimmer to enjoy the activity. All you need is a life vest. The instructor will show you how to use it. The life vest is an important safety measure because it's designed to prevent injuries.

The activity is easy to fit into a busy schedule. In fact, it's one of Boracay's most popular attractions.

The banana boat experience is available on most of the island's beaches. You can rent a local boatman for P500 or USD11 for an hour. The rental fee includes a competent guide. You can also book online. It's the perfect water sports activity to do with your whole family.

It's also a good idea to wear a life vest if you're planning to take the banana boat ride. The ride itself isn't very long, but the experience is worthwhile.


Getting into a huge plastic ball and rolling down a hill is one of the funnest things to do in Boracay. Whether you are going to Zorbing in Boracay or somewhere else, you should wear a bathing suit, sunscreen, and flip flops.

You can do the same thing with a giant inflatable bouncing ball, or you can take part in an adventure activity organized by a local group. The zorb is a transparent plastic sphere, with a human-sized interior, and you can ride it alone or with up to three friends. There are two versions: a harnessed version, and a non-harnessed version. The ball itself is about 3 meters across, so it can hold a person inside.

The first zorbing site to pop up was in Rotorua, New Zealand. It was a huge success, and the first zorbing park in the world was opened there. Since then, there have been numerous sites around the world.

In the Philippines, a zorbing site is found in the town of Yapak, near Puka Beach. It is located a few minutes from the world famous White Beach. There are a number of hotels, motels, and other attractions to enjoy. It is also home to the largest zorbing park in the country. There are a few other zorbing sites around the world, but this is the best of the bunch.

There are no guarantees that you will experience the fun that you are looking for, but if you are in the mood for some wacky fun, you'll definitely find it here.


Whether you want to enjoy a relaxing drink, dance under the stars, or party till the wee hours of the morning, Boracay has the nightlife for you. This small island in the Philippines is a paradise for those who love to party and relax. Here are some of the best nightlife spots in the island.

Summer Place is a popular and trendy bar in Boracay, and offers a massive selection of cocktails, local beers, and liquor shots. You can also watch the sunset from the infinity pool. There are several other bars and restaurants in Boracay, so make sure you check out what's on offer.

Irish Whiskey is a restaurant and bar that serves imported beer and American whiskey, as well as other liquors. They have an open bar and serve delicious food at reasonable prices. Besides, the bar also has a great atmosphere. They play rock and hip hop music.

The Exit Bar is another Boracay bar that offers reggae and rock music. They also have live tribal drum performances and barefoot dancing. They also have a large selection of cocktail glasses. The bar's interior is painted with bamboo. It has a great vibe and staff know their customers by name.

If you want to be treated like a VIP, Club Paraw is a great choice. They have resident DJs and different genres of music, and their VIP area is located on the second floor. They also have a happy hour, starting at three o'clock.

Day trips from Boracay

Located in the Philippines, Boracay is a beach paradise that is a perfect getaway from the city. It's also known as the island of ultimate relaxation. With many day trips to choose from, you can enjoy the wonders of the island.

The island of Boracay is home to several attractions. One of the most popular is Cathedral Cave. This unique formation is located on the island's west coast. It features shaded platforms over diving boards, and is a must see. It can get quite crowded, so it's a good idea to come early to beat the crowds.

Cathedral Cave

If you're looking to snorkel in Boracay, then you'll want to check out the Coral Garden. This is one of the best places to go for beginners. You'll be equipped with professional gear, and your guide will point out some interesting marine life.

If you want to do something a little more adventurous, then you'll want to try kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. These are not activities you'll want to do alone, so it's a good idea for you to hire a local to show you around.

Another popular water sport activity in Boracay is kite surfing. This is especially popular along the Bulabog beach, which is protected from offshore reefs. The D*Mall Wet Market has an impressive array of produce, including organic food, fresh seafood, and fish.

Aside from the usual beach hopping and snorkeling, there are many other exciting day trips to choose from. Some of the most popular include a visit to the Bat Caves of Boracay, Crocodile Island, and the Balinghai Wall.

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