Yacht and Boat Tours

Yacht and Boat Tours

Sit back and relax when you add these yacht and boat tours in your Philippines itinerary. See the famous sunset of Boracay on a yacht, feast on a sumptuous Filipino lunch while cruising along Loboc River in Bohol, or watch fireflies at night in Ihawig River in Puerto Princesa.

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What are the best boat tours in the Philippines?

Some of the best boat tours in the Philippines operate within El Nido, Boracay, and other major islands and beaches. You can even rent a speedboat if you’re with a big group!



For Coron tours, a Coron tour package often highlights island hopping in Coron as the main excursion in the itinerary. In fact, most Coron, Palawan island hopping tours already include boat transfer in the package deal. On the other hand, an El Nido tour package won’t be complete without an El Nido island hopping tour, or an El Nido private island hopping tour for more exclusivity.



For Cebu tours, a Cebu tour package includes a Cebu island hopping tour like a Moalboal island-hopping tour with boat transfers. For island hopping in Siargao, most Siargao island hopping tour packages include a tri-island hopping on Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island.



For Boracay tours, most Boracay tour packages, specifically a Boracay island hopping package, already include boat transfers. For Bohol tour packages, Bohol island hopping tours like the Bohol Balicasag Island tour or the Loboc River Cruise, also include boat transfers.



For Pangasinan tours, an island tour in destinations like Hundred Islands Pangasinan already includes boat transfers. It’s the same for Zambales tours, a Zambales island hopping tour package includes boat transfers. You can also check Iloilo island hopping tours and Quezon island hopping tours.

Who will enjoy a yacht and boat tour?

Everyone! It’s up to you if you want to join a shared tour or get a private boat or yacht when booking Philippine tour packages.

How long does a yacht tour or boat tour last?

It usually depends on the tour operator and your group’s chosen boat or yacht tour. Some last for half a day. The time is often indicated when booking on a travel booking website like Guide to the Philippines. Regardless of the time, the local boatmen will make sure you’ll get the full experience.

What will you see during the yacht or boat tour?

Most itineraries for yacht and boat tours in a legitimate Philippines travel agency like Guide to the Philippines promise a panoramic view of the different islands and beaches in the Philippines. You might even get the chance to see a stunning sunset view as you set sail through the islands. This is perfect for those looking for all-inclusive Philippines vacation packages or vacation packages for couples, aside from staying at 5-star hotels in the Philippines.

What should we wear during the boat or yacht trip?

Wear light and comfortable clothes and swimming attire if you want to plunge into the waters from the boat or yacht. Make sure to bring a light jacket with you if you’re taking the boat tour at night as it might get colder.

Are there free food and drinks on board?

Most Philippine guided tours in travel sites like Guide to the Philippines offer free food and drinks, but it depends on your chosen yacht or boat tour package.

Are there any restrooms on the yacht and boat?

It depends on the boat. Yachts and big boats usually have an on-board toilet. It’s also available on most speedboats, but it’s narrower compared to the ones on the yachts.

Are there yacht and boat tours during rainy or bad weather?

The tour operator and coast guard have the discretion to cancel boat and yacht tours based on weather conditions. There are still tours if it's just light rains, but they're usually cancelled if there's a storm warning signal. It’s best to check the weather updates before booking a boat tour.

What are the best yacht tours in the Philippines?



There are many yacht tours in the Philippines perfect for every type of traveler, depending on the destination. For a nearby experience, try the Taal Lake yacht club volcano tour. Then, visit Subic and participate in a Subic yacht cruise or a Subic Bay yacht club sunset cruise. Rent a Manila Bay yacht and enjoy a Manila Bay cruise. A Manila Bay yacht ride is perfect for couples and families, as a Manila Bay dinner cruise often includes a Manila bay yacht dinner and a sunset cruise at Manila Bay. If you have more time after a cruise date in Manila, check out other yacht charters in Manila, like a Manila party yacht rental. There are also yachts for rent in Batangas. For a unique Batangas yacht for rent, try a Punta Fuego yacht rental. For yacht rentals in Cebu, you have various options such as a Cebu yacht club boat rental and a Cebu party yacht rental. For Boracay yacht rentals, you can go on a Boracay sunset yacht cruise or a Boracay yacht party cruise. If you’re going to visit Bohol, go on a Bohol river cruise. Most Bohol river cruises include lunch and a Loboc river cruise tour. At night, there is also a Loboc river firefly tour. There are also various Palawan yacht charters. For a great Palawan cruise experience, rent an El Nido yacht or a Coron yacht.


How much is yacht rental in the Philippines?

If you want to know how much it is to rent a yacht in the Philippines, the answer is it depends on the location and the tour operator. Philippines yacht rental price also differs in the number of rental hours. A good example is the price for a yacht for rent in Subic is different from the rates of a yacht rental in Manila Bay.