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Jump on a trike and travel past rice fields along, meet farmer and fishermen, visit caves, swim in a river and learn how to make soap… join us for a day immersed in traditional Philippine life. You’ll be met by your English-speaking guide at Cagban Jetty Port and travel to Caticlan, from where you’ll travel through the rough Barangay Road to Malay Poblacion. See the City Hall and traditional community centre. Take a walk through the caves to see bats, stalactites and stalagmites. The caves are surprisingly spacious and easy to explore with many open chambers. Afterwards, meet a fisherman as he demonstrates the traditional and modern fishing methods they use, the perfect opportunity to try some fresh grilled fish.

Then meet a rice farmer to learn about the rice cycles and processes. Try suman, a rice and coconut cake cooked in banana leaf. The next stop is the Nabaoy River, where lunch is served in a traditional ‘nipa’ tree hut on the banks. Enjoy true Malaynon cuisine made from ingredients grown on the river banks. Try the fresh water shrimp, the gabi root, chicken dishes and the fern salad.

After lunch, there is time to take a siesta or swim in the river. Head back to the trike for the short journey to the Motag. Along the way see coconut oil production and coconut drying. Visit a ladies’ cooperative to learn the art of making soap from entirely natural ingredients. There’s also a chance to get hands on and make a woven palm leaf bag, a material known locally as banig.

Vive la vida como lo hacen los lugareños con este fascinante recorrido fuera de la ruta establecida de Boracay, incluso puede que tengas la oportunidad de visitar una escuela local, tal es el grado de realismo de esta experiencia! Tu aventura comienza en el momento de conocer a tu guía de habla inglesa en los grandes almacenes de artesanía, D'Mall. A partir de ahí, viajarás como lo hacen los lugareños, ya sea en triciclo o en una furgoneta abierta por un lado, hasta Manoc Manoc. Visita la pista de baloncesto y la plaza y hazte una idea de la vida en una comunidad filipina tradicional. Camina hasta Manoc Manoc para ver descargar a los barcos de carga, y luego coge un pedalo (moto con sidecar) hasta la escuela local para participar en una clase de conversación en inglés con los niños (¡siempre y cuando sea hora de clase!).

La siguiente parada es Bulabog Beach, un lugar ideal para relajarse con una bebida de coco y un aperitivo de pastel de arroz y ver los surfistas de kite y windsurf. Continúa hasta el Monte Luho. Pasaremos por las promociones inmobiliarias de gama alta de la isla y llegaremos al punto más alto. Disfruta de un increíble paisaje desde el mirador. Viaja al lado de la montaña para visitar el centro de reciclaje municipal y aprende cómo la isla gestiona parte del impacto del turismo. El programa de reciclaje ha tenido tanto éxito que ha sido imitado en todas las Filipinas. Mira los productos elaborados a partir de productos reciclados y aprende cómo puedes minimizar tu impacto ambiental.

Entonces será el momento para un almuerzo-barbacoa en la playa y un refrescante chapuzón en la playa de Puka Shell. Visita la cooperativa Yapak Ladies Shell y prueba qué tal se te da fabricar joyas. Regatea en los puestos callejeros de algunas de las mejores joyas de conchas de fabricación local.

La última parada es la playa de Diniwid. Camina por el sendero del acantilado hasta el Hotel Fridays en playa Blanca, de nombre muy apropiado. Relájate y contempla las olas con un batido o un cóctel al atardecer.

The fastest way to explore the island of Boracay and the small neighbouring islands is by motorboat. Stop at the crocodile island cove, where there is a small cave and watch towers where you could see the whole island of Boracay in a bird's eye view.

Explore the many beautiful beaches of Boracay. White Beach in the west of the island is where most of the hotels and other establishments are located. Puka beach is located at the end of the island where there are few people and almost no hotels in sight, only white sandy beach, tranquil and breathtaking nature. This is the place for those who prefer a relaxing ambience away from hustle and bustle of central Boracay. The Bulabog Beach is the best place for surfers and kite-boarders because the waves and wind in this side of the island are ideal for these water sports.

Meeting point: Hotel pick-up at about 8.30am returning at midday.
Other information: Roundtrip transfers from hotel, use of outrigger boat, service of local guide, masks and snorkels, and all applicable fees are included. This tour is not suitable for children aged five or under.

Pick up from your hotel and drop off to your activity area. Paraw Sailing/sailboat is a traditional Filipino sail. Before it was used for fishing as well for transportation from one island to another. But due to some improvement in time, it is also now used as an activity in Boracay. Paraw sailboat has two outriggers and will take at least two people to sail it. The other person needs to be on the outrigger to keep the sail boat in balance. That person is addressed to as the “balancer”. The hull of the parawis so slim that it can only accommodate one person - the “Captain”. The guests will as well sit at the outriggers.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 7,12 €

Pick up from your hotel and drop off to the activity area. Are you looking for some adrenaline rush or adventure that will forever be remembered? Here it comes! Fresh from Boracay. The Zipline Adventure with your choice of sitting / superman style will give you the adventure like no one else.

Fly like a hero while being harnessed and protected down to the 620meters from top. Zipline is usually made of stainless before used as mode of transportation years ago. Feel the rush in Boracay as you experience one of the most memorable zipline adventure in the island.

desde 28,51 €

Pick up at the hotel and drop off to your activity area. Boracay Acitivites contributes to the prosperity of Boracay Island as it offers wild and adventure activities to its guests. Another thrilling adventure for them is to ride one of the most popular activities in Boracay - Boracay Flyfish. Number of guests that can be accommodated in one hovercraft or a vehicle that has an air cushion is limited. This is for their own safety as well as letting the guests enjoy the activity. As the boat gains its speed the hovercraft will be launched into the air. While enjoying this ride, guests will also be able to witness the beauty that Boracay has to offer.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 3 personas

desde 19,34 €

Pick you up at the hotel and drop off to your activity area. As we all know, Boracay is one of the most popular beaches in the world not just because of the fine white sand it has to offer but as well as the activities prepared for each of the guests. Philippines is as well as one of the famous countries to do wakeboarding and Boracay has it for you!

Just like waterskiing, wakeboarding provides advantages that snowboarders and surfers may just recognize easily. They say wakeboarding is similar to surfing and snowboarding but in reality, it is most likely the same with snowboarding but instead of two skiis (one each foot) the wakeboarding uses one board that helps you to be in the straight line and makes it easier to control yourself as you have a full force for your body.

Pick up at the hotel and drop off to activity area. One of the very popular activities in Boracay is the Banana boat ride. It can be enjoyed by all ages (children must be fully taken care of by their parents). Guests will ride another version of a hovercraft or a vehicle that has an air cushion while being pulled by a speedboat. It has a strength that some guest might fell down the sea. Ride is most enjoyed when you are with your friends and/or family.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 5 personas

desde 7,12 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

All-Terrain Vehicles or ATV’s are a common sight on Boracay and many rental shops have opened up all over the island in the past few years. It’s time to throw caution to the wind and go for a thrill! This is the most popular activity on the mainland of the island, though you won’t see these vehicles on the beaches when you visit. ATV’s are restricted to certain roads around Boracay and you will only be able to get so close to the beach before you will be instructed to turn around. There are some exceptions to this rule but you will have to work out the details with the rental shop that you get your ATV from.

ATV tours allow you to cruise the main inroads of Boracay island and learn your way around. Using an ATV is a great way to see the island and to have a little adventure at the same time. Most ATV tours will direct you up the back roads to Mount Luho, the highest point in Boracay. A small ATV is usually and automatic transmission and very easy to drive. After Mount Luho, you might continue up to Yapak Beach and even make your way out to Manoc Manoc. Boracay is really a beautiful island and it is hard to se everything in a few short days if you don’t get out and take a ride around the various roads. If you’re looking for something different to do on your next visit to this paradise island, ATV tours might just be the thing you were looking for.

desde 15,47 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

It is another opportunity to keep every beautiful corner of Boracay in photos. Move to Mountain Luho, the highest mountain of the island and visit the Ocean Tower observatory on the top. You can see the whole island at a glance. The rides that give you freedom in feeling the terrains of Boracay Island. See yourself driving a unit of Buggy Cars and explore destinations in the Island – from hilly terrains to spectacular views on top of the hill. Have a fun ride around by driving Bug Car! Visit the scenic spots in Boracay and take stunning photographs everywhere you go!

desde 28,47 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

Your Boracay vacation wouldn't be complete without a fun jet-ski ride! Feel the adrenaline rush as you speed along the ocean's turquoise water! This is best enjoyed with friends that you can race with! Jetskiing is perfect for you. It gives you the freedom to ride across the sea.

Experience the thrill as they ride through the waves and the splash of sea water.

desde 40,72 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

This is an exhilarating water activity that you must try.Fun and exciting as it flies and glides into the water. Enjoy an exciting ride as you are pulled along by a speedboat while riding a huge inflatable fish! You can expect to get some airtime as the speed boat gains speed and launches you into the air! Gather your friends and family and have a wild ride in Boracay!

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 3 personas

desde 17,11 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

One of the exciting island activities you and your family can take while on holidays in Boracay Island. Banana boat also known as a water sled and often referred to simply as a banana, is an inflatable recreational boat meant for towing. During the ride, the driver of the powered boat attempts to flip the banana boat upside-down by doing sharp turns. Be the first ones to experience and make your holiday unforgettable.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 5 personas

desde 10,52 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

This is a recreational kiting activity where a person is towed behind a vehicle (usually a boat) while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that reminds one of a parachute known as parasail wing.The boat then drives off, carrying the parascender or wing and person into the air. If the boat is powerful enough, two or three people can parasail behind it at the same time. The parascender has little or no control over the parachute.

desde 32,58 €

Mc Donalds D’mall, Balabag Malay, Aklan

Much like waterskiing, wakeboarding provides extra advantages that snowboarders and surfers may recognize right away in this activity. Many first timers in Boracay recognize the similarity of this sport to surfing and snowboarding. In fact, wakeboarding is a lot more like snowboarding because of the flexibility of the board.

Instead of two skiis which tend to keep you in a straight line, you can twist and turn behind the boat and even flip yourself upside down in ways you never imagined. Over the past decade this is a sport that is gaining in popularity each year. It has been enriched by recent world championships which are becoming more challenging and prestigious than ever before.

Boracay is one of the most popular places in the Philippines to go wakeboarding and the sport has gained special recognition here due to the world renowned park near Naga-City, Wake Park World, Philippines which has drawn wakeboarders from all over the world.

WPW, as it is called, is a worldclass site with artificial lakes and state of the art towing installations. After the World Wakeboard Association hosted one of their World Series Championships at this site, Boracay also became a premier destination for wakeboarders from all over the world.

Of course, in Boracay, you are left to your own devices with Mother Nature and the boat which tows you through the water but the motorboats will certainly have enough horsepower for the wildest experts in the business. If you like the extreme sensation of snowboarding without the danger of hitting a tree or flying off a cliff, wakeboarding is definitely for you.

The waves from the motorboat and the natural ocean waves can still get extremely tricky even for the experts and you are going to get some great practice for the winter season when you decide to take up snowboarding as well. Don’t miss out on this great watersport in Boracay. Wakeboarding is certainly something to give you a thrill.

desde 40,72 €