Now you can experience the beauty of Boracay's marine life without even getting wet! Take a trip on the Glass Bottom Boat and learn about the various fish, corals and other sea creatures which inhabit the reefs around the island. The boat takes it's name from the popular childrens film "Finding Nemo", and you can easily spot it, painted as it is in the bright orange and white colours of a clownfish.
Captain Roland knows all the best spots around the island, and you can usually find him and his boat at the southern end of White Beach, near the Pirates Pub. Bookings can also be made at several locations along the beach.
Not wanting to get wet or get a skinburn out in the sun and yet wants to see the very lively and colorful marine life of the corals surrounding the island, glass-bottomed boat "Nemo" is the answer. The boat could accomodate comfortably up to 20 people.
Enjoy your island hopping aboard the glass-bottomed boat at P650.00/pax. While on board, you'll have the chance to see Bora's beautiful corals and underwater world.
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