How do I get from Manila to Boracay by air?
From Manila you can choose to travel to Boracay via either Kalibo Airport or Caticlan which is otherwise known as Boracay Airport. Caticlan is 30 minutes from Boracay so it’s the most convenient option. Flights to Kalibo are usually a bit cheaper, but from Kalibo it takes about 2 hours to reach Boracay.
What can you do in Boracay in 3 days?
THE BEST 3-DAY BORACAY ITINERARY ON A BUDGET
- Caticlan Airport to Caticlan Jetty Port transfer (around 15 minutes)
- Board the boat to Boracay (around 20 minutes)
- Arrive in Boracay.
- Hotel check-in.
- Lunch at D-Mall.
- Freshen up at the hotel.
- Swim or walk along White Beach.
Is Boracay Island Expensive?
The average price of a 7-day trip to Boracay Island is $4,669 for a solo traveler, $8,386 for a couple, and $15,721 for a family of 4. Boracay Island hotels range from $46 to $192 per night with an average of $73, while most vacation rentals will cost $170 to $810 per night for the entire home.
Which is better Palawan or Boracay?
Both places are very different. Palawan is more laid back less tourists and not very developed yet but has fantastic beaches and unbelievable scenery and less nightlife. Boracay is one of the best beach destinations in the world and can be extremely busy and offers a lot less scenery wise.
How much is the ferry from Manila to Boracay?
When you arrive at the port, find the local boats heading to Boracay. Ferries operate from 5:00 to 21:00 daily. The total cost is 180 PHP ($3.50) for the ferry ride and other port fees. From the Boracay Island port, you can take a multicab or a tricycle to your hotel.
How much is the ferry ride from Caticlan to Boracay?
A private Caticlan to Boracay boat fare 2021 costs ₱1,000 during the day or ₱2,000 – 2,500 during the evening. After the scenic boat ride, you’ll be arriving at Cagban Jetty in Boracay Island, where you can take a tricycle to your accommodation.