How to go to Boracay

Boracay is an island located in the central Philippines and can be accessed by air and sea.

By Air:
The fastest way to get to Boracay is by taking a direct flight to either Kalibo International Airport or Caticlan Airport. Kalibo Airport is the larger airport, but flights can be more expensive. Caticlan Airport is closer to Boracay but has a smaller runway, which means flights are often smaller and more limited. Once you land at either airport, you will need to take a boat to get to Boracay Island.

By Sea:
If you're coming from Manila, you can also take a ferry from Batangas Port to Caticlan Jetty Port. There are several ferry companies that operate this route, including 2GO Travel and Montenegro Lines. The ferry ride takes around 10 hours, and tickets can be purchased online or at the port.

Once you arrive at Caticlan Jetty Port or the nearby port in Tabon, you will need to take a boat to Boracay Island. The boat ride from Caticlan Jetty Port to Boracay takes around 15-20 minutes, while the boat ride from Tabon Port takes around 30-45 minutes.

It's worth noting that there is an Environmental User's Fee (EUF) of PHP 75 per person for visitors to Boracay, which is used for the conservation and development of the island. This fee can be paid at the airport or jetty port. Additionally, visitors must comply with local health and safety protocols, such as presenting a negative COVID-19 test result and undergoing a health screening upon arrival.

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