Boracay is a nice beach but with the ambition to become a real party place. Boracay is becoming what Majorca was in the 80s and 90s. They are turning more and more into a partying haven for 18 to 22 year olds, but the sun is still quite stunning.
Manila’s oldest parts are worth a visit and its interesting to see the distinct Spanish influences on the buildings and religious structures that you can find all around the city.
Here are the available modes of transport from Boracay to Manila.
Bus Ticket From Boracay To Manila
The total distance between Boracay to Manila is 400 kms. There are a few transport organizations in Cubao/Pasay which serves the Boracay – Manila highway route. Travel time is ten hours and 15 minutes viaRORO (Roll on – Roll off ferry). From Boracay, it is a 15 minute jetty ride to reach the port of Caticlan. From Caticlan, you can take a bus that will take you to the port of Mindoro (travel time is 4 to 5 hours). From the port of Calapan, Mindoro it takes 2- 3 hours of road travel to the port of Batangas. The RORO service takes another 2 hours highway route from Batangas to Cubao. The lowest fare begins at US$ 26.
If you prefer to travel via private car, the same route (RORO) is applied and with extra charges for the vehicle fare on board the ferry and jetty ride from Boracay.
Ferry Ticket From Boracay To Manila
There is one ferry provider that travel from Boracay to Manila route (via Batangas). Travel duration is ten hours. The lowest fare is offered at US$ 25. To get schedules and book in advance, visit: http://travel.2go.com.ph/
Airplane Ticket From Boracay To Manila
There are four commercial airlines that fly daily from Boracay to Manila. The travel duration is 45 minutes. The earliest plane departs at 03:00 AM and the last at 09:00 PM. The lowest air fare begins at US$ 75. To get the exact schedules and fares, visit: http://www.philippineairlines.com/travel-planner/dest/philippines/caticlan-boracay/