Get your adrenaline pumping in this hassle-free tour to Boracay's top cliff-diving destination, Ariel's Point. This guided eco-tour is perfect for thrill-seekers. You can combine various water activities —from cliff-diving, swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, paddleboarding, or plain lounging — in just a span of a day.
Meet up is at Southwest D'Mall Station 2, and then you'll be brought to the activity center area. After registration, you'll meet your tour guide for the day. Listen closely as the guide gives you the safety briefing. You will then board a traditional Filipino outrigger boat called ‘Banca' with unlimited free drinks. Brace yourself for an exciting water escapade as you cruise to Ariel's Point.
Ariel's Point is one of the top cliff-diving destinations in the world. It is a secluded tropical beach in Buruanga, surrounded by the breathtaking view of Antique and aquamarine waters. You can do enjoy several different water activities here, it's no wonder travelers flock to this idyllic wonder. The island is perfect for anyone, whether it’s you’re an experience cliff-diver or it’s your first time. You can choose from the numerous diving platforms, ranging from 3 meters up to 15 meters. Additionally, there are lifeguards in the area ready to assist you.
Other than cliff-diving, you can try other water activities in the island. Spot different kinds of marine life such as pufferfish, porcupine clownfish, and many more when you snorkel. You can also go paddle boarding, or ride the single or tandem kayaks around the island’s pristine waters.
After eating your sumptuous lunch, don't forget to bask in the ambiance of the island by swimming or simply lounging in the waters. It's the perfect opportunity to take great photos before you head back to your accommodation.
Book this tour to Ariel's Cliff Point in Boracay and enjoy a fun-filled day of water activities. Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English. For other languages, contact us for availability and rates.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.