Explore the paradise-like island of Boracay and its top islets and beaches in one day with this island hopping tour from Roxas City, Capiz. The popular Philippine beach destination of Boracay sits just around a 150-kilometer radius from Roxas City, making it an ideal day tour option to make the most of your trip. Boracay is the perfect destination for beach lovers looking to lounge on white-sand beaches, swim in crystal clear waters, and go snorkeling.
A transport service will pick you up from your accommodation in Roxas City early in the morning, and you will board a ferry from Caticlan Jetty Port. Once you arrive in Boracay Island, the island-hopping tour will begin, starting with Dini-wid Beach. This coast sits right next to White Beach and is a lesser-known spot on the island. You can enjoy the quiet atmosphere here, which is more relaxing than the typically active life in Boracay's White Beach.
Your next stop is Coral Garden. This is among the most frequented sites in Boracay because of its abundant coral life, most notably the cabbage corals. Kids will surely enjoy this part of the tour since they can feed a beautiful community of exotic fishes in this area, such as the clownfish, butterflyfish, and parrotfish, to name a few. From October to May, you will also visit Crocodile Island and Bulabog Beach.
You can then enjoy your lunch before heading off to Puka Beach, located in Boracay's northern part. Here, you’ll find a long stretch of sand and crystal blue waters. Feel free to swim and sunbathe by the shore while taking as much sun as possible.
Next, you will be taken to Ilig-Iligan Beach, which sits around three kilometers away from Puka Beach. You will also stop by the Starfish Garden if the weather and tide permit before heading back to the port and travel back to your accommodation in Roxas City.
Explore the beaches and islets of Boracay with this island hopping tour from Roxas City. Check availability by choosing a date.
- Local Driver Guide will wait at Caticlan Jetty Port after sunset.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.