The most exciting way to travel to Boracay from Manila . . .
Laiya To Boracay yacht charter is a 5-day/4-night charter route around the heart of the Philippines with Naya Sailing, from Laiya, Batangas to Boracay Island: (4hr) Marinduque, (4hr) Sibale, (4hr) Odiongan, (4hr) Boracay. Along the way you will learn: how to tie the five essential knots, how to catch fish for supper, coastal navigation, essential sailing skills, marine life at the World's centre of marine biodiversity and much much more . . . or you can just kick back and relax all the way
Travel from Manila by private, air-conditioned vehicle and stay overnight in the beautiful La Luz Beach Resort at Laiya, Batangas.
Depart early morning after a hearty breakfast and head out to the Tres Reyes (Three Kings) of Marinduque; play on the beach, snorkel or scuba dive the bountiful corals and wreck.
Depart Tres Reyes early morning and head for the mystical volcano island of Sibale (Romblon); meet the friendly island folk of Sibale and paddle the mangroves, visit the turtle sanctuary, hike the forest trail, snorkel or scuba dive some of Sibale's 19 dive sites.
Say goodbye to the friendly island folk of Sibale and head for Odiongan the largest town on Tablas Island, Romblon; go chasing waterfalls or simply chill on Poctoy Beach and await the sunset beach party.
From Odiongan the morning sail will bring you to Boracay Island where you can kiteboard, windsurf, snorkel, scuba dive, jet ski, sail a native paraw or explore the simply amazing selection of restaurants and bars that have made Boracay Beach one of the top ten beach destinations on the planet. Stay on in Boracay or fly out the same day to Manila.
Minimum 6 persons; maximum 18 persons; US$550 yacht charter fee per person. No previous sailing experience necessary. Charter fee is inclusive of: yacht charter, accommodation ashore (Laiya, Tres Reyes, Sibale, Odiongan), snorkeling, all meals plus bottomless rum & coke