Aklan Tours and Activities
Discover and recover in Aklan with these tours. Visit stunning beaches with white, powdery sands; join the colorful celebration of culture at the Ati-Atihan Festival; and learn more about this province by visiting museums and parks.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the top tourist spots in Aklan?
The most popular tourist attractions are Boracay and the annual Ati-Atihan Festival. Aklan also boasts of tourist spots like Hinugtan Beach, Bakhawan Eco Park, Sapsapon Cave, Jawili Falls, and Nabaoy River to name a few. You can also explore Kalibo, Aklan’s capital, with sightseeing tours where you will visit tourist spots like Aklan Freedom Shrine, Kalibo Pastrana Park, Kalibo Cathedral, and Museo it Akean. You can also do a cultural tour at Motag Living Museum.
When is the best time to visit Aklan?
If you’re going to Boracay and other tourist spots in Aklan, the best months to go is from December to May, the dry season in the Philippines. The peak season is from March to May, the summer season in the country. If you want to experience the Ati-Atihan Festival, go in January.
How much time should I spend in Aklan?
If you have a tight schedule, we recommend staying for at least three days in Aklan to experience the best of what it has to offer.
What other destinations are near Aklan?
Aklan is situated in Panay Island and is near to many other beautiful provinces along Western Visayas. Aside from Boracay, other destinations that you can visit when you are in Aklan are Carabao Island in Romblon, Antique, and Roxas City in Capiz and Iloilo.
Is it safe in Aklan?
Yes. Aklan is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines and it is a safe place for travelers.
What languages do locals speak in Aklan?
The native languages are called Aklanon and Ati. However, the locals, especially those working in the tourism industry, can fluently speak and understand Filipino, Ilonggo, and English.
What's the best way to get around Aklan?
The primary mode of transportation among locals is the tricycle (a motorcycle with a covered sidecar attached). For easier access, we recommend booking a private tour. To get to the surrounding islands, you may join an island-hopping tour.
Can I rent a car in Aklan?
Yes. There are car rental services available in Aklan.
How far is Boracay from Kalibo Airport?
Kalibo Airport is located in Kalibo, the capital of Aklan. Travel time from Kalibo Airport to Boracay island is approximately 2 hours.
How do I go to Boracay from Kalibo?
The main jump-off point to Boracay is Caticlan Jetty Port. Coming from Kalibo, there are many ways to get to Boracay. From Kalibo Airport, you may choose to either board a bus, van, or a private van to Caticlan Jetty Port. From there, you will take a short ferry ride to Cagban Jetty Port in Boracay Island.
When is the Ati-Atihan Festival?
Recognized as “The Mother of All Philippine Festivals”, Ati-Atihan Festival is one of the most popular festivals in the Philippines in honor of the Santo Niño (Infant Jesus). Ati-Atihan Festival is held on the third Sunday of January, in the town of Kalibo.