Getting There
From the capital of the Philippines, Manila, it is a 35-50 minutes flight to Caticlan airport. The carriers are Cebu Pacific, SEA Air , Zest Air. Usually there are promos specially if you book in advance. Please be reminded that this is going to be Halloween weekend so it is important to book early!
If you are on a budget, you can also take a ferry or bus for about 12-15 hours from Manila to Caticlan.
Once you are in Caticlan it is a 15 minute boat ride to the island of Boracay.
Via Kalibo - The next best way is to fly to Kalibo Airport. From there you take a two-hour (2-hour) ride to Caticlan. For the ride between Kalibo and Caticlan, mini-vans, air-conditioned buses and rental vehicles run in both directions, direct from the airport and Caticlan

Getting Around - Boracay is criss-crossed with a network of roads with one Main Road traversing centrally the island's 7-km length. The many minor roads that intersect it lead you to any of the beaches, resorts and other points of interest. The ubiquitous "tricycle" (motorized pedicab) is the classic mode of transport. Daytime fare per passenger is P7 for any trip on flat area, or Main Road, between Boat Stations 1 & 3. Fares are higher for trips beyond these Stations. Nighttime rates are doubled, and often negotiable. If you don't want to be confined to the Main Road, you can rent a mountain bike to explore the Island away from the beaten path. Rentals vary.

  • Travel Attire - From Caticlan, the only way to reach the Island is by boat. Be prepared to get wet, from the occasional splash, rain, or the quick wade to the beach. Shorts, T-shirts and slippers are de rigueur on boat trips.
  • Helpful Hands - If you're lugging heavy gear, porters at the Caticlan and Kalibo Airports, the Jetty Ports and the Boat Stations are ready to help.