Travelers can release some endorphins at the adrenaline-rich cliff jumping site of Ariel’s Point. (Images: Writer)
Tourists have options to jump off the cliff board on different levels: three, five, eight , and 15 meters at the highest. Even non-swimmers are allowed to do cliff jumping following precautionary measures. There are lifeguards who will assist you upon jumping.
The tranquil waters of Buruanga is perfect for snorkeling, kayaking, and stand-up paddle board. (Images: Writer)
Aside from cliff jumping, you can also enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and stand-up paddle board at Ariel’s Point. Ariel’s Point is operated by a private company, thus, guests must book a daytrip tour online or at Ariel’s House in Station 1, Boracay. A daytrip tour costs PhP2,500 which includes a boat ride, lunch, snacks, unlimited drinks, and free use of all water sports facilities.
Travelers can enjoy the white sand beach with lesser crowd at Hinugtan Beach. (Image: hinugtanbeach.com)
Meanwhile, for those who just want the beach sans the crowd, Buruanga is also home to Hinugtan Beach. Hinugtan Beach is a private area with white sand comparable to Boracay. A day trip to the area costs PhP2,500 which includes a Filipino buffet lunch, local cocktails, and drinks. Beach beds, hammock, and bamboo houses are also available for guests.