Manila is the capital of the Philippines and also the country's main gateway for international flights with Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
There are two (2) ways to access Boracay Island from Manila (MNL).
Boracay Airport (MPH)
This is the nearest airport to the island. The carriers servicing this airport are Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, Air Asia and Skyjet.
Kalibo Airport (KLO)
Travellers from Kalibo Airport require a leisurely 1.5-hour transfer by land to reach Caticlan, the jump-off point to access Boracay Island.
After an approximate five-minute drive, you will arrive at the resort’s exclusive lounge, called Mabuhay Centre, at the Caticlan jetty port. The resort's staff at the Mabuhay Centre will welcome you with refreshing beverages and cold towels to help you freshen up. Wireless Internet access is provided exclusively for the use of guests.
The municipality of Aklan collects an environmental fee from tourists upon arrival. Starting 1 February 2021, PHP 150 will be charged to local tourists 12 years old and above residing outside Aklan province, and PHP 300 to foreign nationals.
Filipino senior citizens, persons with disabilities (PWDs) and students are entitled to a twenty percent (20%) discount.
The resort takes care of the charge to provide guests with easy transfers. This fee shall appear in guests' account statements, which may be settled upon check-out.
From Mabuhay Centre, guests are ushered to a speedboat for an approximate 15-minute ride directly to the resort. A round-trip journey is available for a maximum of two adults and two children below 12 years old. A surcharge of PHP 1,000 net per room, per way will be applied for all arrival and departure speedboat journeys between 7pm and 7am.