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Go on an island-hopping excursion in Boracay and step foot on the province's best shores with this private tour. Any lover of the tropics will find this tour a great fit as you will be spending half a day sailing from island to island. On top of this, it also comes with boat transfers, snorkeling gear, and service of a guide.
The islands you will be visiting depend on the season you visit Boracay, as the tour is largely reliant on the weather. If you arrive in Boracay during the dry season, you'll be meeting your guide at the beachfront of Astoria Hotel in Station 1. From there, undergo a quick safety briefing before boarding your boat and starting your excursion.
Stop number one is Puka Beach, which is famed for its shore filled with broken puka shells. Next, you will be sailing to Balinghai Beach, a stretch of sand that only fully emerges at low tide. Afterward, you will be heading to Coral Garden. Put on your snorkeling gear and wade out into the sea to get a look at this beautiful reef filled with schools of fish.
Following this, you have the option to visit Crystal Cove Island before wrapping up the tour. Decide before your trip if you want to visit its coves as the entrance fee is excluded from the package.
During the rainy season, the meeting point moves to Bolabog Watersports Station before heading out to sea. Your first stop will now be Bulabog Beach. From there, you will dock at Crocodile Island, which is shaped like the powerful reptile. No worries, though, as you will only find vibrant fishes in its nearby waters as you snorkel.
Afterward, you will have the option to visit Crystal Cove Island and Magic Island as well before the tour ends. Crystal Cove Island is a great place for snorkeling while Magic Island is famous as a cliff-diving location.
Snorkel and discover the thriving wildlife of Boracay Island's best sites with this private island-hopping tour. 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. Tour cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your scheduled tour subject to approval.
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