Ariel’s Point is in Buruanga, on the island of Panay. This small island welcomes its guests with their blue waters, relaxing tropical ambiance with different species of flora and fauna around. There are no buildings, or vast commercial spaces built that complete an escape-from-the-city experience for their visitors.
Both local and foreign tourists love Ariel’s Point because of its popular cliff diving spots that give them a thrilling and exciting experience. Five diving areas can range for as low as 3 meters to as high as 15 meters.
Ariel’s Point has gained worldwide recognition for being one of the must-try cliff diving spots in the world. Day trips to the tourist attraction were also featured on different popular social media networks and have received excellent reviews from travel bloggers worldwide.
From Boracay Island’s Station 1, guests can board a boat that will give them an average 35-minute ride to arrive at Ariel’s Point.
Guests are highly encouraged to buy advance tickets a day before their intended visit. They can also avail on-the-day tickets on a first-come, first-served basis at Ariel’s House in the morning or avail a shared/private tour from accredited tour operators.
Ariel’s Point can be visited all year round. The best time to visit this attraction is from November to April because of the cooler weather and lower chances of rainfall.