Watersports activities on Boracay Island


Some of the most popular activities at Boracay are those that are in and around the water. There are many competing companies that provide such activities as Para sailing, banana boat rides, Jet Ski hire, Island hopping as well as many other watersports activities. The banana boat rides and Para sailing would be the two most popular activities when visiting this awesome island holiday destination. Prices can vary a lot when booking watersports activities so shop around before committing any money. 


Kayaking and sailing with SailMe.Baby.Boracay:

Boracay is the perfect place for kayaking. Kayak in the easiest way possible from White Beach to your favorite picnic destination using your legs instead of your upper body muscles. You don't need to be trained in order to cover distances. Let their guides lead you as far as Puka Beach or Carabao Island or Buruanga coast on the state-of-the-art  pedal kayaks offered by Sail.Me.Baby.Boracay .  With hands free, you can capture this unique activity with a waterproof camera. Look for the single and double pedal-kayaks parked on Angol, White Beach, south of station 3, and take your partner out for the newest adventure and fitness rave in paradise. 

If you are instead in a sailing mood you got to try their amazing little trimaran with double commands. This boat is particularly indicated for those willing to learn the art of sailing. The powerful rig accelerateson even in the lightest puff and gives you the feeling of flying on the water. Whether you are a beginner, a seasoned sailors or an adventure seeker these boats will put a big smile in your face!

Look for them on Facebook and you will find more info and beautiful pictures.



Tribal Advetnures A Truly Indigenous Filipino Tour:  

 Experience the true Philippines with Tribal Adventure Tours. Tribal Adventures tours are located in Sand Castles Resort at Boat Station 1 close to Starbucks.

 Tribal Adventures offers daily Jungle Trekking and white water kayaking trips down the Antique coast line where the mountainous jungles meet the ocean. The base Kayak Village is located in the mountainous region of Mount Madja-as in

Tibiao, only a 1.5 hour trip from Boracay. With Tribal Adventures you will witness the intricate ecosystems of the jungles, river systems and take part in the daily life styles of the local population with the below unique experiences. But a mere day visit to Tibiao and its surrounds leaves the visitor "short-changed"or bitin (meaning left hanging in Filipino) as there is so much to offer. You will  kayak as well as experience the 7-level Bugtong Batu waterfalls, spend time with the locals in the nearby hamlets, hike into the hills or on to Mount Madja-as, at 2,200 meters the highest mountain on the island of Panay with several unique animal species. The river environments of Tibiao, Pandan, San Roque are unique, as are the ways of life of the inhabitants of these very special ecosystems.


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Ariel’s Point is an affordable eco-adventure destination for Boracay travelers who want to experience the natural splendor of the Philippines and meet fellow travelers.  Located 30 minutes away from Station 1 by outrigger boat, Ariel’s Point allows travelers to enjoy a wide array of adventurous activities such as cliff diving (the destination has five different platforms ranging in height from 3 meters to 13 meters), snorkeling, and paddling in an unspoiled setting with volcanic caves, mangrove forests, turquoise coves, and remote beaches.  Recent guests have included models from the Miss Earth competition, local celebrities such as Marc Nelson, and Hollywood actors such as Michael Madsen.  Visitors can reach Ariel’s Point by purchasing tickets at Ariel's House (along the White Beach in front of the Boracay Beach Club) before 1100 on the day of departure.  At P1200 PHP for round-trip boat transfer, a BBQ buffet, unlimited drinks (bottled water, beer, soda, rum), and access to Ariel's Point services and amenities (cliff diving, snorkeling, paddling), this is a daytime activity not to be missed!

 For more information, please visit www.arielspoint.com 


Boracays newest adventure! Roll down a hill inside a giant inflatable bouncing ball! Try riding the Hydro Orb, splish and splash your way downhill inside the giant ball or try the Harness Orb, strap yourself in, roll head over heals down the hill! Great fun for the whole family. Prices range from P300-P580 per person. The park is located in Yapak, Boracay Island. The Park opens daily at 0900 hours.


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For everyone's information 

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Thank you for your email and interest in ZORB.

No, the site "Zorb Boracay" is not an official ZORB site, it is a fake. It is also using fake globes that could be unsafe and is directly misleading the public into thinking it is associated with ZORB Ltd.

ZORB Ltd  will ensure this company is included on their  list of "ZORBscams Operators" for other potential customers to see.


The ZORB Team

Language Learning!!!

 Not the most usual thing to do on vacation but education while relaxing is a great concept especially on such an incredibly beautiful island. Great place at Paradise English Language Center or call them at (+63) 36 288 4544


There are many dive shops to choose from in Boracay. Experienced divers recommend the wreck, and the wall dive at Yapak.
More info at  www.watercolors.ph

Sailing in Style aboard MAHAL at Boracay

Few places on earth present such true natural beauty as the powdery white-sand beach Boracay, no matter how you prefer to spend your time, the clear waters and a 12 metre Private Cruising Catamaran (named MAHAL meaning LOVE) will make you think you are in paradise.

More info at www.boracay-sailing.com


Ride the waves and go beach-hopping with a native paraw (outrigger sailing boat). Bring your snorkel gear for a tour of some of the best spots around the island.  You can sail with native-built outrigger boats for  around P500 per hour. Picnics and drinks can be arranged by your crew.

More info at  www.red-pirates.blogspot.com.

Glass Bottom Boat

Check out Nemo on a coral reef. Enjoyable two hour boat tour, great for families and children.



A ride in a banana-boat is around P150 for each 15 minutes (≈US$3.80). Motorboating is also available, at a cost of between P500-P700 or four hours (≈US$9.50-13). 


This is claimed to be the best spa in the Philippines and one of the best in Asia - its numerous Asian awards are proof enough.  Rates start at US$45 or so. Newcomers to the spa experience should try the Mandala Signature massage. 


Kiteboarding is one of the most popular new sports on the island. Hangin Kiteboarding partners Chris Awe, Nenette Graf and Angel Parzhuber brought the sport to the island in 2002 and taught some expat friends. The following year they were business competitors and Bulabog beach was never the same again. Now there are 7 kiteschools and many may try to put up more schools but the mafia BWA is there to regulate the activities on that beach and keep it safe for all beach users.  The friendly guys at Ocean Republic (Bulabug Beach) have everything you need to help you get started. Rates are around $18 an hour, but are discounted if you choose half-day or full-day packages. Check out Islakite as well, very good kitesurfing school distributing F-one kites.


Hangin Kiteboarding Center
Phone: +63 36 288 3663
E-mail: nenette04@hotmail.com  or hangin_greenyard@yahoo.com

website: http://www.kite-asia.com/

Habagat Kiteboarding Center
Bulabug Beach, Boracay Island
Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608
Tel: +63 36 288 5787
E-Mail: habagatkiteboarding@hotmail.com
Web: http://www.kiteboracay.com

Isla Kiteboarding Center
Bolabog Beach, Boracay Island
Tel: +63 36 288 53 52
E-Mail: info@islakitesurfing.com
Web: Isla Kitesurfing Boracay  (www.islakitesurfing.com)

Freestyle Academy Kitesurfing School
Bulaog Beach, Boracay Island
Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608
Tel: +63 915 559 3080
E-Mail: info@freestyle-boracay.com
Web: http://www.freestyle-boracay.com

Palm Breeze Villa - Kiteboarding accommodation
Bulabog Beach, Boracay Island 
E-Mail: info@palmbreezeboracay.com 
Web: http://www.palmbreezeboracay.com/

Gypsea Kite Kulture School

Niu Ohana East Bay Apartments Resort, Bulabog Beach, Boracay Island 
Malay, Aklan, Philippines 5608 
Tel: +63 36 288 22 90, +63 917 326 84 09

E-Mail: info@gypseakiteboracay.com

Web: Gypsea Kitesurfing Boracay 


 Learning to Kite Board on Boracay is good, but not in high season at Christmas as too many kites on the water.


Motorbiking is available, and you can access the whole island. International drivers licenses are required, however. It costs around 150 pesos to charter a motorbike for the hour. (US$3).


Rockwall climbing  is available at the Pink Patio resort in the Balabag section of the island. The rockwall is a 13 metre high, fibreglass monster. Four hours of rock climbing, complete with an instructor, will cost you around P200 pesos (US$3.70).


If you'd like to take up the sport that counts former USA Presidential candidate Senator John Kerry (D-MA) among its enthusiasts, head to Horst's Windsurfing School. Or you drop by Green Yard Funboard centre and learn the sport windsurfing from Asia's fastest female windsurfer Nenet Graf.


Rev your way up to Mt. Luho peak where you can see an overlooking view of the island. Or travel down north to the secluded Ilig-iligan beach or explore the Bat Cave and the Crystal Cave in Brgy. Yapak through off-road monster-the ATV! You may contact G1 Island ATV Rental for  inquiries and reservations at tel. no. (+63) 36 288 4235 or ask your hotel's Guest Activity Officer for more information.