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See Boracay's breathtaking vistas while sailing over its tranquil waters in a paraw (traditional sailboat) with this activity. This paraw sailing tour is ideal for those seeking a more relaxing time of chasing the sunset in Boracay. The tour is inclusive of a 30 minute morning paraw sailing activity, complete safety gear, and the services of a guide.
You can meet your tour guide atBoracay Hotel Staton 1 Beach Front, Swiss Inn Station 3 Beachfront, or Budget Mart Station 2 Main Road. After that, you'll go to the activity area to board your paraw. Two outriggers and two sails are distinctive features of the paraw, which is a small boat with two sails. After putting on your life jackets, you'll board the paraw and settle in for the ride. Between the outriggers, there is a net that you may sit or lay on. The boatmen sit in the middle, and your possessions are secured there.
Your boatmen will soon begin to sail after you have settled in. As you cruise across Boracay's tranquil seas, take a seat back and relax. Take in the tranquility of the coastal wind and the beauty of the landscape.
In the beginning, paraw sailing was used mostly for fishing, but it has now evolved into a form of transportation for both people and cargo. Additionally, the paraw has an eco-friendly approach to sailing that depends mostly on a high wind. Because it doesn't have any loud engines, you can enjoy a quiet time on the water.
From the boat, you can see more of Boracay's beaches, including White Beach, which stretches for four kilometers down the island's coast. Do not forget to snap pictures or time-lapse recordings before the 30-minute paraw sailing activity is over.
Get a different perspective of Boracay with this paraw sailing activity. Check availability by choosing a date.
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. Schedule cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your original subject to approval.
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