Boracay Island Hopping Tours
Boracay is known for its white beaches backed by beautiful palm trees. Explore the islands around this top destination in the Philippines.

Boracay Island Hopping Tours

Boracay is known for its white beaches backed by beautiful palm trees. Explore the islands around this top destination in the Philippines.
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Boracay Island-Hopping Tour I With Buffet Lunch & Transfer

Go on a Boracay escapade and explore the island’s best white sand beaches and azure water. Book this half-day tour and visit Boracay’s unspoiled beaches and snorkeling hotspots, including Dinwid Beach, Coral Garden, Puka Beach, Ilig-iligan Beach, and Starfish Garden. Boracay is one of the ultimate tropical destinations in Philippines. The postcard perfect island gained worldwide popularity for its fine and powdery white sand beaches, sparkling waters, abundant marine life, and its breathtaking sunsets. You will witness and experience these and more on this island-hopping tour.   Enjoy convenience of a van transfer from your accommodation to the docks. Here you will hop on a boat and begin your island-hopping escapade. Your first destination is Diniwid Beach. Aside from the famed white sand and crystal-clear water, you can explore Diniwid’s surrounding rock formations and stunning cliffs. Take refreshing dip at the beach before heading to the next destination.  Tucked at the center of Boracay’s west coast, Coral Garden is one of the most-visited diving hotspots in Boracay. Also known as House Reef, Coral Garden boasts shallow and calm waters that make it’s the perfect site for both beginner and professional divers. Marvel at the vibrant marine life that call this coral reef home. Aside from being a diving hotspot, Coral Garden is a popular fish-feeding area for an several species of exotic and tropical fishes. Before proceeding to the next destination on your itinerary, enjoy the complimentary barbecue buffet lunch. Next up, you will head to Puka Beach and Ilig-Iligan Beach. These unspoiled white sand beaches are secluded, ideal for travelers who want a peaceful get-away. Stroll along the 800-meter Puka Beach, where unlike Diniwid Beach, the sand is composed of a mixture of sand and crushed puka shells. Although the sand is rougher compared to other beaches, the tranquil scenery and atmosphere makes up for it. You can also check out the local shops for puka shell souvenirs. Chill at Ilig-Iligan Beach, one of the most remote beaches in Boracay. Here you can commune with nature; let the ebb and flow of the waves refresh you after half a day of beach-hopping. If the tide and weather condition allow, you will cap-off your tour with a visit to Starfish Garden. Sign up for this island-hopping tour and find out why Boracay is dubbed as the Philippine’s ultimate summer destination. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
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Boracay Island Land Tour with Lunch

See some of Boracay's best tourist spots on this half-day trip around one of the world's best islands. This tour package is perfect if you want to see more of Boracay beyond White Beach. Our guide will pick you up early in the morning at McDonald's in D'Mall. An e-tricycle service will serve as your mode of transportation for a more local experience. You will be taken to your first destination, the Ati Community. It is where you can meet and talk with the locals so you can learn more about their culture. Head next to Bulabog Beach, one of the most picturesque beaches on the island. It is best known for kitesurfing rather than beachcombing. You may take a short dip in its waters or watch the kitesurfers show off their skill. From Bulabog, you will go to Boracay’s highest peak, Mt. Luho. A short walk to reach the peak is worth it since you will be greeted by a panoramic view of the Island. After enjoying the best viewpoint on the island, your next destination is the Boracay Wildlife Expo. It is home to a number of animals being taken care of in the island. You may see different animal species from birds, spiders, and snakes. Your next destination is the popular Puka Beach. Recognized globally for its enticing puka shells, you can freely walk around the beach and go for a quick dip. Don’t forget to avail some of the locally made souvenirs with authentic puka shells that are usually offered for sale by local vendors there. Capping off this tour is a buffet lunch to replenish your energy. Enjoy it at the Paradise Garden Beach Resort before proceeding to your personal schedule for the rest of the day. Join this half-day trip that lets you enjoy the best tourist spots in Boracay. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4,5 hours
Available:
All year
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Carabao Island Romblon Tour | With Lunch & Transfers from Boracay

Escape the buzz of Boracay and spend a day in peace and relaxation on this full-day tour of Carabao Island in Romblon. This shared package is perfect for those who want to go beyond the party life at Boracay and experience a day in another tropical paradise close to the popular island. Your tour starts when you and your fellow day-trippers are picked up at McDonald's in D'Mall. From there, you will walk towards the shore, where you will board a boat that will take you to Carabao Island. This island, locally known as Hambil, belongs to the San Jose municipality of the province of Romblon. It got its name because the Spanish colonizers who named it noticed that it resembled a carabao when viewed from afar. Locals have also mentioned that the island once served as a home to plenty of carabaos. Once you reach the island, you will be taken straight to one of the top snorkeling spots here. A set of snorkeling gear will be provided to you, so you can enjoy swimming with the fish in the area and discover the island’s thriving marine life. From there, you will be brought to the northern section of Carabao Island, where you can go cliff jumping. Feel the wind in your hair as you jump off the towering rocks into the deep blue waters below.  After that adrenaline-pumping activity, you will dig into a local barbecue lunch to replenish your energy. You will then be given enough time to do some beachcombing by the shore. You can sit down on the sand and bask in the sun, or swim in the cool waters. You can also walk around the island while enjoying the warm sea breeze. And of course, don't miss taking pictures of this spectacular tourist destination!  If you’re up for a more exciting activity, you can avail of the offered ATV adventure to see the island better. You will also get to experience fishing local style at the southern end of Carabao Island before heading back to Boracay. Explore the beautiful Carabao Island on this shared day trip from Boracay. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Boracay Island-Hopping Tours

Experience the natural beauty of Boracay by joining an island-hopping tour. Embark on a boat and visit different islands in just a day! Discover the beautiful and unspoiled islands of Boracay with your friends and family during your trip to the Philippines.

1. What are some of the well-known islands included in Boracay island-hopping tours?

Some of the well-known islands included in an island-hopping tour in Boracay include Magic Island, Crocodile Island, and Crystal Cove Island. 

2. How many islands can I visit during a Boracay island-hopping tour?

It depends on the tour package you availed. Most Boracay island-hopping tours include 3-4 islands on the itinerary.

3. What are some of the water activities I can do in Boracay island?

Some of the activities you can do in Boracay island include paraw sailing, parasailing, helmet diving, banana boat ride, jetski, wakeboarding, yacht cruise, speedboat, stand-up paddleboarding and many more.

4. When is the best month or season to try this activity?

The best season to try this activity is during the dry season, covering the months of November to May. You can read more about it on our Boracay travel guide

5. Are island-hopping tours kid-friendly?

Yes! As long as the kids have adult supervision and are wearing life vests. Most activities in island-hopping tours are also kid-friendly and safe to try.

6. Do I need to know how to swim?

No! Life vests will be provided during the island-hopping activity, especially if you plan to snorkel and dive to see the colorful marine life.

7. What should I bring during the tour?

Bring beach essentials such as sunblock, towel, a waterproof bag for your gadgets, beachwear, and other necessities. There’s no need to bring any life vest/gear/equipment as most tours provide it for their participants or for an added fee.

8. Are there food and drinks included in the tour?

It depends on the tour package you availed. Most full-day island-hopping tours in Boracay include food and drinks prepared by locals. You can eat it with your bare hands or with the use of utensils. Check the inclusions of your chosen tour package.

9. How long does the tour last?

It depends on the tour operator. Most island-hopping tours in Boracay last for 4 hours to a full day, depending on your chosen package. This includes time for lunch, boat transfers, stops in the islands for water activities, and a briefing on the safety rules and regulations of the activity.

10. Will there be an island-hopping tour during rainy or bad weather?

Island-hopping tours in Boracay will be cancelled if there’s a storm warning signal or if the currents are too strong. It solely depends on the discretion of the tour operator and the coast guard.