The most recommended way is by airplane to Kalibo
or Caticlan. The flight time to both locations is one hour. If you
go via Kalibo, you will be able to fly on a B737 150 seater Jet
aircraft of PAL, Cebu Pacific or Air Philippines. If you go via
Caticlan, you will fly on Asian Spirit (50 seater) or SeAirs (19
seater) which offers 8 flights each a day to Caticlan.
The benefit of traveling on the smaller planes
to Caticlan is the price and land transfer is only 10 Mins as oppose
to Kalibo's 2 hours. Take a flight to Manila. You may have to spend
a night in Manila on your outward journey because onward flights
to Boracay are limited. Fly Philippine Airlines from Manila (Domestic
Airport) to Kalibo Airport.
(The flight takes 30 minutes and costs about 3,000
Philippine peso return). From Kalibo Airport takes the air-conditioned
bus to Caticlan and the boat from Caticlan harbor to Boracay (the
bus trip takes 90 minutes and the boat 30 minutes. Various charter
companies fly direct from Manila to Caticlan Airport. As there is
no jetty on Boracay, you have to wade ashore from the boat, so wear
From Caticlan Jetty Port you take a boat across
to Boracay arriving at Cagban Port. Take a tricycle ride costing
something php 20.00 per person or php 100.00 if you hire to Crafts
Supermarket on the main road. From Crafts walk past the main entrance
towards the mall and cash machine take the first turn left down
the walkway you will see a Fat Jimmy’s sign ahead of you.
Isla Gecko is 100 meters walk from there.
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