Giulius Bamboo Italian Resort

Station 2, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines
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Forum Posts

Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by freddie18

Will be arriving at Caticlan Airport on Sept 10, 2009 before noon. What is the means of transportation from the airport to my hotel? Do I need to book a car/van in advance or there will be taxi or boat waiting? We are a Group of 4.
Any help please.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by edwinic

From what i gathered, caticlan airport is inoperative due to some expansion. Which plane are you flying in?

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by freddie18

Arriving Caticlan Airport via CebuPacificAir.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by edwinic

I suggest you call CPacific for confirmation - just to be sure.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by freddie18

Thank you Nick for your suggestion. This is a very important information you gave me considering the fact that we are leaving Boracay bound for Cebu City. The airline should have notified us if their is any change. Nevertheless, I will either call or send them email. Again, thanks for your help.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by cyndymc

Freddie, Edwinic is right. Boracay-bound flights of Cebu Pacific do not land at Caticlan as yet. Cebu Pacific suspended all flights to and from Caticlan (Boracay) effective July 9,2009 until further notice. They decided to divert all Caticlan flights to Kalibo instead. From there, all their Boracay-bound passengers will be transferred to a bus at no extra cost. Since you're traveling on September yet, I suggest you check with the airlines for any development.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by boredoffboracay

You will be landing as of now in Kalibo. If your ticket is for Caticlan, the airlines will transport you to Caticlan by bus for free...big deal right! You will then be on your own to cross to Boracay, unless you arrange trasnfers wtth your hotel or a private service. You do NOT need to book anything in advance, it all goes smootly usually, just follow the crowds. Expect to pay P100 each at the terminal jetty port for two fees total, p25 for the boat and pay for a trike once on Boracay to get to your hotel. thanks

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by CatBurglar

I gather that some airlines are still selling tickets to Caticlan even though they know full well that they can't land there. The only airline allowed to land at that airport is Seair.
If you land in Kalibo, you'll be directed to a mini-van which takes you straight to the jetty for Boracay - 1.5 hours approx. You then buy a ticket and you'll be directed to the boat.
when you alight at Cagban jetty in Boracay, vans and tricycles are available to take you to your hotel.

Re: Transport from Caticlan Airport to Crown Regency Prince Resort & Hotel

by boredoffboracay

CatB..correct..Zest air and Cebu Pacific are notoriously doing this..."I gather that some airlines are still selling tickets to Caticlan even though they know full well that they can't land there."

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Buko Juice

by sirenna

The juice of the young green coconut (buko) is a natural remedy for stomach upsets, diarrhea, food poisoning, hangovers etc (and it tastes really good on a hot day). Apparently it has anti-bacterial properties, and has a cleansing effect on the body. After you've finished the juice, have someone cut it open for you and you can enjoy the white 'flesh' inside. They are actually not that easy to get hold of - sometimes you'll see some on sale in the market, otherwise you'll need to ask a local to find you one. The juice is clear, sweet and slightly syrupy. Watching a guy shimmy up a coconut tree to cut one down for you is quite entertaining too. Expect to pay around P20-P30.

Camera for precious moments

by che2_75

As much as possible travel light going to Bora so that you can have extra space for pasalubongs and souvenirs. Short shorts, swimsuit,if your a daring type two piece. Sunblock lotion, slippers
Bora is a place where people dont mind anything you wear. Bring loperamide and pain killers. You can bring a tripod so that everyone can join the picture taking.

And its safer too because you dont have to put your camera down and fear of getting it wet

Skimboarding

by sirenna

Surf along the shoreline in the shallow water on a wooden board. I've watched this sport take off in a big way in Boracay in the last couple of years. If you want to join the fun, just get chatting to some of the guys and they'll help you get started. Be prepared to fall unceremoniously on your butt numerous times! You can buy boards from the little shop next to Bom Bom Bar (between boat stations 2 and 3).

Lovely Couple with Umbrella

by pres_16

I was seated on white sands when I saw this lovely couple walking dipped in the waters with their umbrella on. Looked like, 'Oh yes, I love the beach honey, but I hate the sun.' They were just so amusing to me.

Side street shopping

by asianbelle about Footloose vendors

Along the sand street of Boracay are ambulant vendors selling trinkets and fashion accessories. These are made from beads, stones, shells and other local materials. Most of these vendors have small tables where they display their wares from around 8am to 10pm. The selection of fashion accessories is wide and the designs can rival the more expensive ones sold in Manila department stores. I bought 3 pairs of dangling earrings as gifts for my sisters (and myself). Each pair costs P30 but I was able to haggle and got it at P25.

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