Getting to Manila via Caticlan (Boracay) Plane or Ferry?

I wrote this blog to guide you on how to get to Manila from Caticlan (Boracay). There are 2 ways on how to get to Manila via Caticlan (Boracay), the first is, you can book your flight from MPH (Caticlan airport) to Manila, you can book thru Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines or Air Asia. See details on how to get to Boracay alone

From Boracay, hire a van or tricycle “tuk-tuk going to port (Cagban port) approximately 20-30 minutes and it depends on which station are you, Station 3 is the nearest. Habagat season begin sometimes in June and they’re using alternate port “Tambisaan-Tabon port starts. You may also check things that you should know upon entering Boracay Island

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What will you need next is to buy your boat ticket Php25.00 per person (day navigation) from 6pm boat ticket cost about Php30.00 per person, there is Php 100 per person terminal fee in the port after reaching Caticlan jetty port hire a tricycle going to Caticlan Airport (it range from Php150 per tricycle) also known as Geofredo P. Ramos International Airport approximately 30-45 minutes by plane.

It took 10 hours or so by ferry trip, to complete your journey from Caticlan to Batangas port and ride a bus additional 2 hours all the way to Manila (Cubao). 2go travel is here for you then. There is two vessel (St. Ignatius of Loyola and the St. Anthony de Padua). St. Ignatius of Loyola depart s everyday except Tuesdays 8 am and arrives in Batangas at 6 pm while St. Anthony de Padua departs Sundays and Thursdays at 9 pm and arrives in Batangas at 6 am, on Tuesdays at 8 am and arrives in Batangas at 6.15 pm.

Note: For a hassle-free transfer from your hotel in Boracay book your transfer service a head of time. You can always ask for assistance  if you have any questions. Just drop a comment below and I will answer soon as possible.

What would you like plane or ferry?

The Blogger Philippines

Just call me "Jeff" - A travel and lifestyle blogger based from the world class tourist destination and famous white sand beach in Aklan (Boracay Island, Philippines). Licence Regional Tourist Guide in the Philippines by (DOT) Department of Tourism Region V1.

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