Sheridan Villas

8 Angol Road, Manoc-manoc, 5608, Philippines
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Pls help me

by sheenapison

im planning to go to boracay island.. can you give me some information how to go there from iloilo to boracay and how much is the fare?

Re: Pls help me

by kilnamona

well do u want to fly or go by bus /ferry? From Iloilo to Caticlan
Ceres Bus has regular bus schedules, some of them air conditioned, from Iloilo to Kalibo and three times daily directly to Caticlan. GM Liner is another bus company plying the route Iloilo - Caticlan with air-conditioned buses twice daily in both directions. Alternatives are the mini-vans from Iloilo to Kalibo and another mini-van from there to Caticlan. Another alternative is to rent a taxi from Iloilo directly to Caticlan. The trip Iloilo to Caticlan takes between 4 to 7 hours .. From Kalibo to Caticlan
Southwest Tours, Star Express and 7107 Island Tours ply the route from Kalibo Airport to Caticlan with air-conditioned buses or coasters. Included in the price is also the boat transfer from Caticlan to one of Boracay's boat stations. Other means of reaching Caticlan are mini-vans, which are a little cheaper, but don't provide boat service to Boracay. The trip takes one to 1.5 hours .as for fares -depends which method u take?

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

habagat season

by crazywabbit

Habagat season can be a bummer. Why with all those wind breakers we can't see the beach view from our room. But don't worry yourself too much about that. Just go at the opposite side of the windbreakers and enjoy the view!

By the way, habagat season is during the lean season of Boracay. It starts at around June until October. Ahh! Waking up with the splashing waves' sound.

Buy fresh fish and other seafood

by syllybabe

Most guesthouses will allow you to bring your own food and they will cook it any way you want them to for a fee.
This is a great way to save money and eat healthy while you're at the beach because there will be times when you will get tired of wondering where to eat next.
You can either buy your fresh fish, seafood, or other stuff at the market (talipapa) or, if you chance upon the fishermen coming in with their catch early in the morning, you can buy the fish off them, too.

Speed Boat Dingy Thing

by paula_p

Not sure of the name of this thing, but it is a big yellow dingy pulled by a speed boat. There is room for only 3 people and it is a BLAST. It's super difficult to hang on b/c the driver of the boat is trying to throw you - it adds to the fun? Anyway, if one person flies off, you all go and take my advice, make sure you close your mouth! We drank a gallon of water every time we got flipped. We also couldn't properly close our thighs for 2 days after gripping so tightly to hang on... Enjoy. Life vests - they are provided.

Waking up to beautiful views of the water

by syllybabe

We were in search for the perfect spot up in the hills and cliffs overlooking the water and stumbled into this property for sale above Diniwid beach.
We spent the day with the owners, an Aussie and his Filipina wife, and ended up having a barbecue up at their place.

Unique Finds

by litekimchi about Plazoleta

Plazoleta is a unique shopping plaza in Boracay. You have Juice Bar, a nice hip place to hang out in; a Lonely Planet store, sells beach wear and hand painted shirts; a handmade leathergoods store and stores selling Asian and local craft. Unique souvenirs: handmade organic soaps, beach wear, handmade leather bags, customized hand painted shirts. You pay a premium for unique stuff, but prices are pretty reasonable.

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Address: 8 Angol Road, Manoc-manoc, 5608, Philippines