Now that the holidays are over, hotels and resorts in the island are less busy so there’s a good chance that even walk-in guests can book a room. Prices for accommodations are also back on peak-season rates.
Guests can jump from different levels of cliff boards at Ariel’s Point. (Image: Writer)
Adrenaline junkies might consider going to Ariel’s Point
, a popular cliff-diving site and daytrip destination. Given good weather and sea conditions, trips going to Ariel’s Point are available seven days a week. Located in Buruanga town, it is about a 30-minute boat ride away from Station 2. Aside from cliff jumping, it is also a spot for snorkeling, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding.
Guests can also enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkeling at Ariel’s Point. (Image: Writer)
Guest can book in person at Ariel’s House in Station 1 or online through their Facebook page and website. The trip costs PhP2,500 per person which includes a boat ride, lunch, snacks, unlimited drinks, and free use of all water sports facilities.