How to get to Boracay alone and Best for first timers

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This travel guide will help you a lot during your alone days traveling and best for first timers, how to get to the powdery white sand beach of Boracay Island Philippines. You can make it! very easy and much cheaper than you think.

CATICLAN

From (Godofredo P. Ramos Airport) or MPH you can ride a tricycle (tuk-tuk) going to Jetty Port, please give your hotel voucher/booking confirmation (only accredited resorts or hotel only allowed to enter in Boracay).

They will verify your reservations first before paying your terminal pass of P100.00 ($2) and Environmental Fee of PHP75.00 ($1.45cents) and boat fare is P25.00 (.48cents) for day navigation, night navigation is P30.00 until 9pm to 10pm only.

Filipino’s are very friendly and accommodating don’t hesitate to approach if you need help or ask a question either. Don’t lose all your tickets guys =)

Upon entering Cagban Jetty Port just a minute walk lots of tuk-tuk (tricycle’s) and E-trike’s are waiting to all tourists a minimum of P150.00 ($3) from Cagban to Dmall depends on how many persons are you. And it cost you higher depends on your hotel area to be dropped off.

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KALIBO

Kalibo International Airport is the busiest airport in the province of Aklan, more domestic and international flights are available. Despite being busy lots of vans are waiting on you once you step at the arrival area of Kalibo. 

You can ride a van going to Jetty Port (Caticlan) and I called it “individual” joined with some other guest or visitors in one van going to Jetty Port of Caticlan approximately P200 for the fare ($4) per person don’t worry cause its air-conditioned, and it takes maximum of 2 hours land trip from KLO to Caticlan Jetty Port ready your phones and camera’s for a breathtaking views)

From the Jetty Port, same thing give your hotel voucher/booking confirmation (only accredited resorts or hotel only allowed to enter in Boracay), they will verify your reservations first before paying  your terminal pass of P100.00 ($2) and Environmental Fee of PHP75.00 ($1.45cents) and boat fare is P25.00 (.48cents).

I hope that this blog may help you traveling in Boracay alone.I want to hear your feedback about this post and I loved to read that in the comment section below.

Along Weekend is coming your way! Take advantage of the upcoming holiday and book your travel with agoda or Travelbook.ph! 

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