A ilha Boracay é a estrela do cartão postal das Filipinas, abençoada com praias de areia branca, pôr do sol de sonho e vibrantes recifes de coral. Esta excursão de 6 horas entre as ilhas, com partida de Boracay, abrange todas as maravilhas naturais e pontos de mergulho com snorkel ao redor das ilhas, incluindo Crystal Cove, Crocodile Island, West Cove, praia Puka, praia Balinghai e a Magic Island.
Cruzeiro de 6 horas pelas ilhas, saindo de Boracay
Admire a paisagem enquanto você explora Crystal Cove, Crocodile Island e West Cove
Nade e mergulhe com snorkel na Praia Puka, Praia Balinghai ou Magic Island
Com excelente valor, a excursão inclui embarque no hotel, almoço com bufê e equipamento para mergulho com snorkel
Não é necessário ter experiência: todas as instruções serão fornecidas
A excursão para grupos pequenos limita-se a 15 pessoas, garantindo uma experiência personalizada
A excursão começa com o embarque em seu hotel no centro malaio e um breve traslado para o porto de Boracay para embarcar em seu barco. Em seguida, veleje em uma aventura de dia inteiro explorando as ilhas ao redor.
Dependendo das marés e das condições climáticas, você terá oportunidade de explorar Crystal Cove, Crocodile Island ou Magic Island, parando ao longo do caminho em pontos populares, como West Cove e as praias Puka e Balinghai. Ao longo do caminho, desça para nadar e mergulhar com snorkel em meio a cardumes de peixes tropicais; saboreie um delicioso almoço com bufê a bordo; ou relaxe no convés e delicie-se com as vistas.
Após um dia inteiro no mar, retorne para Boracay, onde um motorista estará esperando para levá-lo de volta ao seu hotel.
Observação: Crystal Cove é uma ilha particular e há um pequeno custo não incluído, que deverá ser pago na chegada.
Avaliações de viajantes da Viator
DIANA JEAN M
, jan 2018
Crews of the boat were nice. Love the views at Crystal Cove. The buffet lunch was ok. Puka beach is a waste of time. Snorkelling was fun. Better bring your own snorkelling gear.
This, by far, exceeding our expectations. They met us at our cruise ship and took us to the central location where we met up with two other groups. The day includes snorkling over a barrier reef, refreshment and swimming on the north shore of Boracay, a delicious Philipino lunch with two free drinks soft drink or beer, and a tour of a private Island Cove. All in all it lasted 5-6 hours. The price was very cheap 25pp for the event and the tour guide was very knowledgeable. Two things to keep in mind: You can bring your own beverage on board the ship to drink and there was some small service charges 1 and 4 per person to snorkle in the state regulated barrier reef and private island, respectively so bring some pesos with you to cover this. All factors considered we would definitely do this again. FYI: The group had kids, adults and old farts like us...My group ranged from 58-67 years old.
I was informed that I would be collected from my hotel between 8:00-8:30am, I was standing out waiting until 9:45a. We had to constantly call, I had ordered a taxi because I didn't want to be left by the boat which my hotel told me would leave by 10a, but the guy finally arrive before the taxi. The hotel was ready to book me on another trip since it was my only day to participate. Finally the person came, and I literally had to run behind him to keep up as he walked me down to the place where the boat was departing.
Once on the boat, we were barely greeted and not given any information on the days' activities. We were just shuttled like animals at each stop with no announcement about the next stop. I usually like to book with Viator even though it may be a little more pricey than booking locally because I know they use trusted partners, but this time I know I paid almost double than everyone on my boat and the experience was less than mediocre just really made me wish I had picked a random guy selling boat rides on the beach.
In my private point of view I could recommend more attractions because it was not to many activities a part of good views and swimming during that time. Unless 6h it's not enough to plan to many activities as i like a little extreme and reasonable activities.
It was an overall fun experience, but we were picked up from our hotel an hour late even though we had a confirmed pick up time. The description claims we would visit several islands, but we only stopped on one beach for thirty minutes. Crystal Cove was closed due to rough waves. We stopped for the buffet lunch at Caticlan, and although it was delicious, it was questionable whether it made us sick later.The snorkeling was fun at the first stop with a variety of beautiful fish, but the second stop of snorkeling had 4 fish only.
we only snorkeled at one spot. We did stop at a beach but the waves were so strong we couldn't swim or snorkel then we stopped at a horrendous pier and got on a rickety bus and went to a not so nice covered patio where lunch was served. Then we went to a dock where we had to pay to walk through small caves formed by waves. All in all I would not do it again. However, our tour guide was fantastic.
There were 45 passengers in one boat for this tour. The tour started at 10:30am and ended at 130pm which was just three hours compared to their description of six hours. They brought us to northern end of the island without getting off the boat and anchored off station 1 to snorkle but there is hardly any corals to see so it was a waste of time. Then they brought us for lunch in Caticlan which was the mainland of Bohol. From lunch they brought us back to Boracay and ended our tour. This was a misnomer and should not be called Boracay Island Hopping since we did not visit a single island to swim or sightsee.