You can’t plan a trip to Boracay without cliff diving at Ariel’s Point. Located just 40-minutes from Boracay Island, this adventure junkie paradise is the place to cliff dive, kayak, and snorkel in an unspoiled tropical setting. Although Ariel’s Point is the most well-known cliff diving spot in Boracay, Magic Island is another popular option.
Whilst the latter has other activities on offer, Magic Island is all about the cliff diving, so get ready to jump into the crystal-clear waters. With platforms of three-metres, five-metres, seven-metres and nine-metres, you can ease your way in if you’re feeling scared!
Fly To: Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manilla), then on to Caticlan Airport
Flight Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes to Manilla, then 1 hour to Caticlan, plus a 15-minute boat ride to Boracay Island
Best For: Cliff Diving
Sassy Tip: It’s not uncommon for flights to and from Boracay to be cancelled or delayed, so we recommend allowing plenty of time for any onward flight connections!
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