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.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.