Enjoy the island life with this day tour to the stunning Carabao Island located above the equally beautiful Boracay Island with lunch and transfers from your hotel. While Boracay may be filled with many activities to do and sights to see, this underrated side trip is definitely worth booking, especially for adventure-seekers who want a more serene island getaway.
You will be picked up by the tour vehicle from your accommodation in White Beach Stations 1, 2, and 3, and taken to the jump-off point at the beach. The tour boat will be waiting for you here. Once you’ve donned your life vests and settled in the boat, you will sail across the turquoise waters towards Carabao Island, locally referred to as Hambil. The island is part of Romblon province and offers tons of adventurous activities like cliff diving and caving.
When you arrive at the 22-square kilometer island, you will be given plenty of time to enjoy the place on your own. You can try out the popular cliff diving spots located here, the Koding Koding and Cathedral Cave. In Koding, the diving boards are around 3 meters in height, perfect for regular travelers. In Cathedral Cave, there are two diving boards in the small cave – one at a three-meter height and another at five meters. The bigger cave has diving spots that are at least 8 meters high.
Both Koding Koding and Cathedral Cave offer almost the same view – clear, vibrant, turquoise water but it’s in Cathedral Cave where you’ll get to see more fishes. The small and big caves are nice to explore also for it gives you a different perspective of Carabao Island. For those who want to just relax, there are water rafts in Koding Koding that you can rent where you can chill and hang out.
Swimming and basking under the sun in Carabao island might drain your energy so make sure to eat up during the complimentary lunch that will be served as part of the tour.
Make your Boracay trip more thrilling by availing this day tour to Carabao Island. Check availability by selecting your chosen date.
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