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Boracay Island: Philippines’s White Beach Vlog

My 2017 started on experiencing my first time to fly in an airplane bound for Boracay Island.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Philippine Airlines for the safe trip travel. And also to my friends Koi and Kenny for the awesome trip.

We booked our way to Aklan last year November. As this was my first time to travel via plane, it was also our first time to travel together outside Metro Manila. We didn’t opt to do any physical activities in Boracay, instead enjoyed our 4D3N-stay on day and night drinking, sightseeing, eating delicious food, and walking by the shore at late nights.

Our flight to Kalibo was delayed for three hours and we were worried about our transfer from Kalibo Airport to Caticlan-Boracay. We didn’t book any bus or car on our way there. Good thing upon arrival, Southwest Tours Boracay Inc. was available and offered us a one-way car transfer from Kalibo to Caticlan, two-way boat transfers, and one-way bus transfer from Caticlan-Kalibo. However, due to encountering crazy people while waiting for our bus from Caticlan to Kalibo, we decided to rent a private car which cost us Php2700. It’s pricey but considering we were tired and a comfortable ride would be perfect for us to rest, we still went and took it.

If you guys haven’t been to Boracay Island, I suggest you check your trusted airline and look for the cheapest discounted ticket available. Also, don’t forget to book your transfers if you’re coming from Kalibo. You can also fly to Caticlan but they said it’s more expensive.

We might have experienced some delay and crazy people along the trip, but these were nothing compare to the enjoyment the island gave us. So here’s a video blog made by my friend, Kenny. I hope you guys enjoy it!


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