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Getting There


Boracay awaits your visit/revisit. Choose among the route leading to the island.



BY AIRPLANE

Choose your airline landing either in Caticlan Airport, the fastest and most convenient route with a 5-minute air-conditioned shuttle bus ride to the Jetty Port; or in Kalibo Airport with—more flight schedule to choose from, bigger aircrafts and with airlines offering promo rates almost all year round, which takes one-and-half hour, an air-conditioned shuttle bus transfer heading to the Jetty Port.

From the Port, arriving from either airport is a 15 to 20-minute boat ride to the island. If booked at Willy’s, our Hotel Coordinator will welcome and assist you as you take the banca ride (motorized outrigger boat) to Cagban Port or Tambisaan Port during low season. Then, our private van will bring you to our resort.



How to get there (BORACAY ISLAND)

Boracay has become the most popular destination not only in the Philippines but around the world because of its accessibility from everywhere. As compared to other island destinations, Boracay can be reached from almost all international airports nationwide as well as international airports around the world.


BY LAND/SEA

RORO - If you are travelling from Luzon via Manila to Boracay Island, at least 3 bus companies ply from Manila to Iloilo City, Roxas City and San Jose City in Panay islands. All of them would be passing Caticlan Malay, Aklan, the gateway to Boracay Island. This route is also known as RORO – Roll on, roll off. It’s a nautical highway developed to connect different Islands from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. This route allows you to hop from one island to another and enjoy the scenery in the comfort of your car or bus.

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Accommodations

*Digital Cable Box available upon request at affordable price.