Regency Lagoon Resort

Station 2, Balabag, Philippines
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95%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
57%
65
Very Good
31%
36
Average
7%
8
Poor
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  • Couples89
  • Solo83
  • Business100

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From Manila to Boracay.

by maxcolournist

Hi,

My family (wife, children age 10, 7 & 8mths old baby) & I is planning to go Boracay in December. We will be arriving in Manila int airport on 1st Dec. I've been trying to book a domestic plane to Caticlan but its not available at the moment. Can anyone advise me on how to go to Boracay from Manila the fastest & easiest way. I have to be back in Manila by the 4th of Dec.

Regards
Max

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by StefanosS

In my Philippines page in VT (Transportation Tips) you can find the websites of all the local air companies.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/22b26/702/9/

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by danaiskra

For me, the most reliable local airlines would be Philippine Airlines
or Cebu Pacific.
Land at Caticlan the get a boat to Boracay. =D

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by MVDELROSARIO

Check Seair. That's the fastest way to Boracay.

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by boredoffboracay

danaiskra.let me suggest you check your advice before you give it...you are wrong..Cebu and Pal do NOT fly into Caticlan at this time. Try to update your advice. I suggest you fly seair also into Caticlan, but it is more expensive as they are the only one who flies there as of now. Otherwise, you need to fly to Kalibo and bus it to Caticlan. PAL is a good option as is ZEST air..avoid CEBU PACIFIC, poor reputation. Zest is cheapest, but you get what you pay for...they have their own spotted history including two crash landings in Caticlan, part of the reason why Caticlan is closed to all flight except Seair..

Manila to Boracay.

by boredoffboracay

by the way, you can book domestic flights for December..who told you that..and you should book soon..thanks

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by danaiskra

oh, soreeee
haven't had any problems so far though with cebu pac

Re: From Manila to Boracay.

by mastercooks

Yha that is correct with more number of flights by SEA AIR to Boracay that is the best option that you have if you are looking the fastest way in and out of the island of Boracay, in 35mins(claimed time)you are there already there and minutes away to the island compare landing in Kalibo which will take you another 2 hours land journey to Caticlan but there are times that due to wind velocity and direction some flights are diverted to Kalibo as well.Just like what others said its only SEA AIR that is allowed to land in Caticlan at the moment and I have checked that seats are still available for your timing go and check it out.

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Tourist Center

by Dreks


This easy to find tourist center is a complete 1 stop shop for Boracay tourists. It houses internet cafes, souvenir shops and gift items, convenience store, money exchange, books, postcards and magazines stalls, and flights information, reservation and booking.

Travel Light But Protected

by cyndymc

Backpack, beltbag, dry gear bag bikini/swimsuit; mix & match shorts & tops; light, cotton beach clothes; sarong; hat/beach scarf; beach/all weather sandals; shades maintence medicnes like antihypertensive meds & anti-asthma meds or inhaler, etc;1 or 2 of band-aid, antihistamine, antidiarrheal meds, antacid & paracetamol (there is a drugstore at D Mall where you can buy other meds you might need) digital camera/videocam, tripod, extra charged batteries, extra cleared memory cards Sunblock, shampoo & conditioner in sachets, toothbrush & toothpaste, ultrahealing/ moisturizing body lotion; insect repellant

Skim boarding, Dude!

by dcmanicad

Looks really easy, hurts like hell when you try it. Yup our bodies ached on all places just trying to learn how to skim board.

Skim boarding is using what looks like a surf board (only shorter) to glide on a couple of inches of water along the shore of the beach.

One VERY IMPORTANT insider tip – do it when the tide is low, and water along the shore is calm. This is the time that you will riiiiide baby! I learned this on our second day of skim boarding. During our first day, the waves coming along the shore are rough and we can not stay on the board, even if our lives depend on it. We would just tumble and roll on the sand. But late afternoon on the second day, the tide was low and the shore would have a few feet across of calm 2-inch water. This is perfect and I was able to ride for a much longer time without falling.

Skim boarding is the last remaining water activity in Boracay that is not govern by the tourism department. This is run by locals – locals who love to skim board themselves and would do it everyday! They would rent their boards for P200 per hour which includes lessons, or P150 per hour for the board alone.

Look for Kuya BJ. He is a nice guy and has been skim boarding all his life. He would probably have a silver surfboard for a necklace. I would know, I gave it to him. :) You may also buy a locally-made skim board in Station 2. They cost around P1000 - P1500.

Only in the Philippines 3

by maple_air

Ah, ok, you had your buko juice already, but, you still feel really dry and thirsty, after all , its in the middle of the day, and your are out in the sea, it couldn't get hotter than this!...so you want something colder than a buko juice. Fret not again!.....the ice-cream man is here!....yes, indeed....he goes paddling from one boat to another, selling that yummy ice-cream or ice-drop that we all like....what more could we ask for...ahhhh

Key chains/magnets

by zippee about d'Talipapa

These are the most ideal as pasalubongs for friends and officemates. You can buy them in bulk and yet take not so much of your baggage. There are a lot of designs to choose from, so just take your pick and it wouldn't hurt if you try to haggle for bulk orders. In d'Talipapa, they sell for 7 pcs for P100, but in d'Mall and some shops in d'Talipapa, they're at 6 pcs for P100.

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Address: Station 2, Balabag, Philippines