Tourist Travel Information:

Before arriving at Boracay, travellers will have to do an online Health Declaration Card (HDC) and it attach it to their RT-PCR Negative Result, confirmed flight and booking details and valid ID to the designated email and once it is approved, travellers will receive a Tourist QR Cod. Upon entry into Boracay, a copy of your HDC and negative result must be shown at the border. To learn more about the health and safety protocols in place in Boracay, visit

Getting there:

Without an airport of its own, if you are flying in internationally, travellers will have to fly into either Kalibo Airport or Caticlan Airport.

  • If you are arriving at Caticlan Airport, you can take either a private car, tricycle or boat to Boracay. The journey will only be 10 to 15 minutes.
  • If you are arriving at Kalibo Airport, you will have to travel 2 hours either by van, bus, taxi or even helicopter, to reach Caticlan Jetty Port, where from there you’re just a short boat journey away.

Best time to dive:

October to May

Dive Experience:

All levels from beginner and upwards


5 to 30 metres


0 to 60 metres

Water Temperature:

24oC to 33oC

Marine Life:

Pipefish, dogtooth tuna, barracuda, nudibranchs, corals, damselfish, parrotfish, various species of sharks, rays, seahorses, , turtles and even dolphins


While Boracay is a popular sun and beach destination, unbeknownst to many, it is actually the best place to visit for those who are just beginning to learn all about scuba diving –with much dive sites to explore for our experienced divers as well! The dive centres here are also some of the most affordable, with many divers actually choose to come to Boracay to get their next level certificate as it tends to be cheaper than at other dive spots around the Philippines. The island also has nearly 25 different dive sites, all ranging from beginner friendly to challenging, for you to choose from and are all easily accessible via boat.

Angol Point

One of the easiest dive spots in Boracay, this dive site is perfect for those who are taking their first dips into the ocean as a scuba diver. With a depth of 10 to 15 metres and almost no current, Angol Point is a popular spot for divers who are looking for a relaxing dive or a night and full moon dive. Additionally, underwater photographers flock to this location as it is great for long exposure photography and even at night, visibility is high. On this dive, divers can expect to encounter marine life such as colonies of starfish, bannerfish, clownfish, damselfish, grouper, scorpionfish, sea snake and sweetlips.


This dive site is incredibly famous in Boracay as it is actually made up of 4 different unique spots and is well known for offering diver an incredible amount of visibility. Within Yapak, Yapak 2 is the most well-known as it features sheer walls of coral, a wide array of sea life and occasional friendly and curious sharks. At Yapak 2, divers can find 2 deep walls that go as deep as 60 metres and the entrance to the coral walls only begins at a depth of 32 metres. On this dive, divers can expect to encounter marine life such as barracudas, dog tooth tuna, giant trevallies, grey reef sharks and whitetip reef sharks. This site is reserved for advanced divers due to its depth and strong currents.