Getting to Our Hotel in Boracay’s Station 1


To know how to reach our hotel in Boracay’s Station 1 via different access points, please refer to the detailed information below.


By Air

Via Caticlan

The fastest way from Manila to Boracay is flying directly to Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, also known as Caticlan Airport and Boracay Airport. This will take about 35 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the airline you will choose. Furthermore, there are also available flights from Cebu to Caticlan.


Via Kalibo

You may also choose to fly to the provincial capital’s Kalibo International Airport. Upon arrival here, you will still have to travel for approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes to get to Caticlan Jetty Port. To do this, you may hop on a mini-van, bus, and other rental vehicles stationed in the area.


After arriving to Caticlan, you will have to take a 10-minute boat ride to Cagban Jetty Port. And, after a short land transfer, you will already reach our Boracay accommodation.




PAL Express

Daily flights – Caticlan and Kalibo


Phone Number: (632) 8855-9000



Cebu Pacific

Daily flights – Caticlan and Kalibo


Phone Number: (632) 8702-0888



AirAsia Zest

Daily flights – Kalibo





Daily flights – Kalibo




By Sea

Ferry & Ro-Ro
Roll-On, Roll-Off services are available from Manila to Mindoro island, then from Mindoro to Caticlan or Dumaguit (near Kalibo), via Capiz. Travel time is approximately 12 hours.


For inter-island boat trips, please contact the following companies:


MBRS Shipping Lines


WG&A Superferry



By Land

Riding a bus is the only way to get to Boracay from Iloilo or Bacolod on the neighboring Negros island. Mini-vans and buses ply the 4- to 5-hour Iloilo-Caticlan route.


The trip is split into two: First, you will go on a 3- to 4-hour drive from Iloilo to Kalibo. And, on board another vehicle, you will travel from Kalibo to Caticlan for 1 1/2 hours. Meanwhile, a non-stop, 3- to 4-hour taxi ride from Iloilo to Caticlan is always an option.

Important Things to Remember:


a. Contact details for all modes of transportation to Boracay are already provided on this site. However, our booking office in Manila would be more than happy to assist you on arranging your transportation to and from the island.


b. Be at your designated airport at least 2 hours before departure time.


c. If you are not a Filipino citizen, you will need to present your passport. For Filipinos, any form of identification (e.g. driver’s license, company ID, etc.) will be sufficient.


d. For AirAsia Zest and SEAIR flights from Manila, proceed to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 4. Meanwhile, PAL Express and Cebu Pacific flights are all assigned at the NAIA Terminal 3.

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