Escape to Boracay, explore the island’s best white sand beaches, and try helmet diving. Book this tour and visit Boracay’s unspoiled beaches and snorkeling hotspots, including Coral Garden and Puka Beach.
Boracay is one of the ultimate tropical destinations in the Philippines. The stunning island gained worldwide popularity for its fine and powdery white sand, sparkling waters, and thriving marine life. You will witness and experience these with this package.
You will be picked up from your accommodation in Station 1, 2, or 3. If you are staying in a different area in Boracay, head to the meeting spot in Station 2, where you will be picked up instead. At the docks, you will board a boat and start your tour.
Depending on the weather and the sea state, your first destination will either be Puka Beach, Balinghai Beach, or Ilig-Iligan Beach. These unspoiled beaches are secluded and ideal for those who want a peaceful and private getaway.
Puka Beach has sand mixed with crushed puka shells. The sand here is rougher than in other beaches, but the peaceful and quiet vibe makes up for it. You can also check out the puka shell souvenirs being sold on the beach. Ilig-Iligan Beach is one of the most remote beaches in Boracay. You can commune with nature and enjoy the beautiful views the beach has to offer. Balinghai Beach is located in a small cove, giving it a private atmosphere.
The next stop will either be Coral Garden or Crocodile Island. Coral Garden is one of the most-visited diving hotspots in Boracay. Also known as House Reef, it has shallow and calm waters, making it the perfect site for beginner divers. Coral Garden is also a popular fish-feeding area for several species of fish. Crocodile Island is named so because the island resembles a crocodile’s head. It is also a great spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. Note that you need to pay an additional fee on the spot if you want to snorkel.
After a bit of island-hopping, you will enjoy a Filipino lunch. Once you are done, you can enjoy your free use of a Mermaid Tail and snap pictures wearing it. You can also enjoy a nice Kawa Hot Bath, where you will step inside a giant pot filled with hot water plus herbs and flowers to help you relax.
After lunch, you have the option to visit Puka Beach if you haven’t yet or go to Magic Island. An additional fee is required to enter the island, a known cliff-jumping spot. There are several spots with varying heights to jump off from, making it perfect for both first-timers and cliff-jumping enthusiasts.
Your last activity is helmet diving. Your English and Tagalog-speaking diving instructor will brief you before the dive. You’ll then head to the dive site for a 15 to 20-minute underwater experience. All diving equipment are part of this package, and you’ll even get souvenir digital photos and videos of the activity afterward. Once you’re done, you will head back to Boracay Island and will be dropped off at your hotel or Station 2.
Go on this activity-filled day tour and experience some of the best sights and things to do that Boracay has to offer. Check the availability by choosing a date.
TOUR - All our guides speak in English. Only 10 years old and above can join this activity. Boats used is a bonafide member of Boracay Island Multi-Purpose Cooperative which is manned with technical skilled boatmen and crew.
LUNCH MENUS - Standard Menu (Unlimited Rice, Barbeque, Fish, Shanghai Roll, Salted Egg, Pickled Papaya, Fried Eggplant, Clam Soup, Fruits, Soft Drinks) | Special Boodle Lunch ( Standard Menu + Lumpiang Shanghai, Buttered Garlic Shrimp, Seasonal Fruits, Fresh Buko Juice) | Premium Boodle Lunch (Special Boodle Lunch + Buttered Garlic Crab)
SAFETY - We are requesting our guests to strictly adhere to our Health and Safety Protocols while on tour: Wearing of face mask and face shield. Whenever possible, keep a distance of at least 3 feet or 1 meter away from other people to reduce the possibility of person-to-person transmission. Wash hands using water and soap. Sanitize frequently-touched surfaces and objects, including cellphones and other gadgets. Be adequately hydrated
CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS - Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.