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Island Hopping By Triple R

Boracay, a tiny but world-renowned island in the Philippines, is celebrated for its powdery white sand beaches and vibrant nightlife. While White Beach is undoubtedly the main attraction, Boracay has much more to offer to adventurous souls. One of the best ways to explore the hidden beauty of this tropical paradise is through island hopping. Join us on this virtual journey as we embark on an island-hopping adventure in Boracay.

The Beauty of Boracay Beyond White Beach


As you step onto the shores of Boracay's White Beach, you'll instantly be captivated by its pristine beauty. However, to truly appreciate the island's splendor, it's essential to venture beyond the famous beachfront. Island hopping allows you to explore remote coves, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, and discover the natural wonders that make Boracay a top travel destination.


Island Hopping Details: 4-5 hours of tour

Meeting place: Station 1 (Astoria Boracay). We waited for the boat for almost 30 minutes.


Island Hopping Highlights

  1. Crystal Cove Island: Your island-hopping adventure often begins with a visit to Crystal Cove Island, located a short boat ride from Boracay. This island is home to stunning rock formations, caves, and crystal-clear waters perfect for snorkeling. Don't miss the chance to explore the island's caves and take in the panoramic views from the viewpoints. Crystal Cove for 1 hour, entrance fee 300 per person.





Puka Beach: While Puka Beach is accessible by land, it's a common stop on island-hopping tours due to its secluded and serene atmosphere. Named after the Puka shells that used to be abundant here, the beach offers a peaceful escape from the crowds of White Beach. We went to Puka Beach for 30-45 minutes where you can picnic, do crystal kayaking, and do other water activities.


Tambisaan Beach: Tambisaan Beach is the gateway to various water sports and activities. It's a fantastic spot for helmet diving, a unique experience that allows you to walk on the ocean floor and interact with marine creatures. The Triple R is located at Tambisaan Beach. They have a Tambisaan lunch buffet with various foods and drinks such as Chopsuey, Skewers (pork bbq), buttered shrimp, white rice, pancit bihon, chicken curry, grilled fish, pineapple juice and soft drinks. You also have choices of regular and premium foods as stated above, while premium foods are the same as regular but with additional crabs per person and scallops.


Snorkeling area: there are 2 options where to do snorkeling: either Crocodile Island or Coral Garden. This depends on the weather when the current is strong, snorkeling time is 15-20 minutes. The snorkeling fee is 100 pesos per person and the travel tour provides the snorkeling gear for free.





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