Sunday, November 15, 2015

4D3N Boracay Itinerary

We are back from our Boracay trip! and here's our 4 days 3 nights itinerary to share with anyone who is interested. It's a very free and easy trip and we only have 3 highlights - helmet dive, island hop and zipline+cable car. There were quite a few sea sport activities which we didn't cover like - banana boat, para-sailing, paraw-sailing, ATV, ZORB for those of you who are keen on covering more activites, those mentioned above are some which you can try!


12 Nov SG MI599 T2 10:00 --> Kalibo 13:45

15 Nov Kalibo 14:30 --> SG MI577 18:10 T2

Ocean Club Beach Resort comes with daily breakfast.
Wifi at reception and swimming pool areas. Cable tv in the rooms.

souvenirs - magnets 4 for 100peso, shell necklaces 100peso
Jovy or Tita Banana chips 70peso
D7 dried mangoes

Land transfer from Kalibo airport to Ferry terminal. Had to pay environment tax at the Ferry terminal (175peso) Ferry ride approx 10mins. Once we reached Boracay island, we hopped onto a small van that drove us to the beach. Had to pull our luggage through a small alley to get to the beach front.
Check in. rest.dinner (D'mall - hama). drinks (sensi)
San Miguel 70peso, Long Island tea 200peso
helmet dive. zipline + cable car. (1250 peso). Lunch at D'Talipapa. beach walk. dinner (Lemon Cafe). drinks at starbucks.
helmet dive comes with a CD of photos and 1 video.
  • 12 big prawns and 2 squids (1500peso)
  • 6 razor clams, 6 scallops and 6 clams (900peso)
  • Cooking + 4 cokes + 2 San miguels (1170peso)
  • Prawns were grilled, squids done calamari style and the shells were done butter garlic.
island hopping (500peso).snorkeling.lunch (Andok's).beach walk. dinner (Yellow Cab Pizza). massage (Sands Hotel). drinks (sensi)
Sandstorm massage 60min 450peso
Day 4
Check out. Pay ferry tax 100peso at the ferry terminal. tips to the guys who carried our luggages. Kalibo airport waiting lounge cafe sells many different Korean instant cup noodles!

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