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Boracay Island Helicopter VIP Ride Overlooking Beaches & Islands

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Boracay, Malay, Philippines
2 hours
English, Tagalog
All year
Minimum age:
10 years old


See the beaches and islands of Boracay from a different perspective when you hop aboard this 20-minute helicopter tour. This tour is perfect for those looking for an adrenaline-pumping activity in Boracay Island. This tour is inclusive of hotel pick-up and drop-off, and service of a guide.

Your guide will pick you up at your Boracay accommodation either in the morning or in the afternoon, depending on your preferred schedule. From there, you will be taken to Brgy. Yapak, where the helipad is located. Before you board the chopper, you will first be given a quick briefing to keep the trip as safe and secure as possible.

You will then prepare for takeoff. As the helicopter takes you for a 20-minute flight above Boracay Island, fasten your seat belt and admire the scenery from your window seat. Boracay is a small island off the coast of the Philippines, an hour and 5 minutes flight from Manila. It is located on Panay Island's northern point and features beautiful white sand beaches with crystalline waters.

The first destination on the helicopter tour is White Beach, the island's top attraction, which stretches for 4 kilometers. The beach features pristine white sand, aquamarine waters, and majestic views of the sunset. There are also many leisure water activities here like parasailing, paraw sailing, and more that you might be able to see from above.

Next, you will head to Carabao Island, a little-known treasure in Romblon Province, just around the corner from Boracay. It is a developing tourist attraction that provides a variety of exhilarating activities away from the crowds like cliff-jumping, which you might witness from above. The island also offers great sunset views as well.

Afterward, you will go to Crystal Cove Island, which is 2 hectares in size and is located between Boracay and Panay Island. It has also become a popular destination for island hopping and spelunking due to its white sand beach and the vibrant marine life that surrounds it.

Your next stop will be at Magic Island, a white sand beach bordered by turquoise waters and is teeming with marine life. It has become a popular stopover for island-hopping excursions in Boracay. Its primary attraction is cliff jumping from several platforms of different elevations. During your trip, you might see travelers jumping from diving boards ranging in height from 3 meters to 10 meters.

Next, you will pass by Bulabog Beach, a 2.5-kilometer-long beach noted for its excellent conditions for water activities like surfing and parasailing. This gorgeous beach is located in a less crowded area in Boracay, providing travelers with a fresh viewpoint of the island.

Your last stop will be at Puka Beach. Aside from swimming and snorkeling, this 800-meter-long pristine, idyllic beach offers a lot of recreational activities. It's also the spot to go if you want to see Boracay's flying foxes. The movement of these enormous fruit bats is remarkable and you might catch a glimpse during your trip.

Feel like a real VIP when you join this 20-minute helicopter tour around Boracay Island. Check availability by choosing a date.

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10-minute Helicopter Ride with Complete Safety Gear, Tour Guide Assistance and Personal Pilot
Helicopter Tour around Boracay Island's White Sand Beach
Free Hotel Pick-up and Drop Off


Island Hopping

What to bring

Camera, Phone, Charger, and Power Bank
Extra Money in Philippine Peso Currency
Personal Drinking Water and or Snacks
Personal Medicine
Personal Sanitizing Alcohol and Facemask
Covid 19 Vaccination Card and Valid ID

Good to know

To fully enjoy this activity bring a companion or two with you to get the lowest price.

The operator may cancel the tour in case of force majeure or unforeseen circumstances like weather conditions. In this case, you will be given the option to reschedule or request a full refund. Note that being late by 15-30 minutes without any advice is considered a no-show. Tour cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your scheduled tour subject to approval.

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