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October Holiday ! Pure Leisure Boracay
Tour Code: STS-PH-001 Price per person from: From RMB 7,260
Departure Date: 25SEP-05OCT, Daily Click for Price Details

The siren songs of the Philippine archipelago are many and varied… A beach holiday in the Philippines promises a true symphony of tropical delights such as beautifully stunning snow-white sand beaches, crystal clear water and beautiful sunsets. Gaze at the surf, listen to the whispering of the palm trees and let your soul and senses be calmed…

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Tour Dates Destinations Today's Activities Meals Include

Winter Special ! Pure Leisure Boracay Island

Departure date: 25SEP-05OCT,Daily

Flight schedule - Fly with Philippines Airlines
Date  Flight No.   Dep. City/ Time   Arrival City / Time   Duration
Day01   PR359   Beijing / 1255     Manila / 1740              4 hr 45 mins
Day02    PR 327     Manila / 0715              Boracay / 0815        1 hr 
   PR 324     Boracay / 1800     Manila / 1900           1 hr 
Day08  PR358     Manila / 0720               Beijing / 1155              4 hr 35 mins 

Itinerary Outline-
Day01: Beijing-- Manila
Depart Beijing for Manila, upon arrival, you will be met at the airport, and transfer to the hotel by private car.
Overnight in Manila- at Heritage Manila (4.5 star), close to the airport, only 10 mins driving, full facilities airport hotel in Manila.

Day02: Manila--Boracay(B)
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for flight to Calibo Airport, Boracay, upon arrival, you will be met at the airport, and transfer to Hotel.
Overnight in Boracay.

Day03--06: Boracay (B)
Boracy has been called "the world's most beautiful tropical island."
There are so many exciting things to do in Boracay that, perhaps, your biggest problem is choosing which activity to participate in. Either simpley rest on the white powdery sand of White Beach and enjoy yourself in the crystal-clear blue water of the surrounding sea that Boracay .Or join an island hopping tour, where one get to experience snorkeling in various spots around the island and visit several different islands off the coast of Boracay.Besides, Windsurfing ,Sailing, Mountain Biking, beach Volleyball and Other Beach Sports, etc. much more wait you to explore.
Overnight in Boracay.

Day07: Boracay - Manila(B)
Free at leisure untill being picked up to Calibo Airport  for flight depart for Manila. Upon arrvial , you will be transfer to the hotel.
Overnight in Manila- at Heritage Manial (4.5 star), close to the airport, only 10 mins driving, full facilities airport hotel in Manila.

Day08: Manila-Beijing(B)
After breakfast in the morning, transfer to the airport for flight back to Beijing.

  Hotel List:

  Category Hotel Name in Manila Hotel Name in Boracay Room Type  
  First Class Heritage Hotel Manila Le Soleil de Boracay Hotel Deluxe room  
  Superior Heritage Hotel Manila Le Soleil de Boracay Hotel Premier room  
  Deluxe Heritage Hotel Manila Boracay Regency Beach Resort Deluxe room  
  Luxury Heritage Hotel Manila Shangri-la Boracay Standard Room  

  Price List:  

  Category Adult Twin Adult Extra Bed Child Extra Bed Child Share Existing Bed with Adult  
  First Class A 7,260 6,180 5,360 4,590  
  Superior B 7,490 6,180 5,360 4,590  
  Deluxe C 8,460 6,830 6,070 4,590  
  Luxury D 12,180 7,480 6,780 5,180  


  Price Inclusions and Exclusions

Inclusive feature:
· Round trip economy class air ticket Beijing- Manila- Kalibo- Manila- Beijing
· 2 nights hotel accommodation in Manila (in Heritage Hotel Manila, 4.5*  Standard Room)

· 6 nights hotel accommodation in Boracay,  based on twin sharing one twin room/ room type mentioned above
· Daily hotel full breakfast
· Return airport transfers in Manila and Boracay by private vehicle
· All hotel government tax and service charges


· Air tax- approx RMB1,350 per adult, RMB1,260 per child
· Alcoholic drinks & drinks at mealtime + Optional visits + Personal expenses (e.g.Telephone, laundry)
· Personal travel insurance
· Personal expenses
· Tips for guide, driver, boat crew & hotels' porters
· Meals other than those mentioned above
· Other services not clearly indicated in the Package Inclusion above

One MGM Boracay Hotel
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One MGM Boracay Hotel One MGM Boracay Hotel is set on a 15,000 sqm tropical garden. Hotel guests are met at either Caticlan or Kalibo airports by service staff and escorted to/from the hotel. The resort hotel offers a choice of 100 air-conditioned, comfortable rooms with all the modern amenities. Enjoy authentic Chinese and continental cuisine at the Greenhouse Roof Garden, or head over to the Pool Bar and Restaurant for light meals and snacks. Leisure activities in and near the resort include three swimming pools, mountain climbing, biking, beach volleyball, sailing, windsurfing, snorkeling and a whole lot more.
Patio Pacific Resort
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Patio Pacific Resort Ideally located on the White Beach of Boracay Island, this property’s excellent location enables guests to explore the area such as Yapak Beach, Crocodile Island and White Beach. Boasting 65 well-appointed guestrooms, all are tastefully decorated and offer a pleasing ambiance. Each guestroom features modern amenities including cable TV and private bathroom. Guests can enjoy a variety of international cuisine at onsite restaurant. The hotel also provides a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and fitness gym. Providing a cozy lodging, friendly services in a strategic location, Patio Pacific is suitable for both business and leisure travelers.
Le Soleil de Boracay Resort
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Le Soleil de Boracay Hotel in Boracay is a reputed name among all the 4 Star Hotels in Boracay. The hotel has excellent location against the backdrop of white sand beach and all the 44 rooms of the hotel are tastefully decorated with modern furnishing and have well-maintained furniture. All the rooms are air-conditioned and have a mini bar, telephone and color television. The restaurant and the café of the hotel are famous in Boracay for their excellent cuisines, collection of wines and coffee. Since the hotel also provides conference facilities and maintains a business center therefore it is ideal for both business and leisure travelers among all the Hotels in Boracay in Philippines.
The Tides Hotel Boracay
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THE TIDES is a uniquely themed designer resort that offers exceptional & personalized serviced that lies in the midest of paradise. THE TIDES not only conforms to the comfort of the international standards by providing five star amenities, but is also more than a vacation place for you where nature in its unmatched style in marked by the whifis uf unfatiged air and freshwater, which has always been the hallmark of this idylic tourist destinations.


Get around

Most visitors opt for motorized tricycles, which act as the island's taxis and make up most of its traffic. Rides are inexpensive, usually no more than P200 to any point on the island from White Beach and much less for shorter rides, and can be found almost anywhere along the main road. As the tricycle seats are (in)conveniently located right above the vehicle exhausts, there can be a little pollution however - bring a handkerchief if you tend to be easily bothered by this sort of thing.

Short rides, say from D'Mall to Station 3 or from Station 1 to Station 3, are a standard rate of 7 pesos but expect the tricycle driver to ask for 20 pesos or more if you look like a foreigner.

Scooters provide the best flexibility at a reasonable price. The downside is having to deal with island traffic which can be unnerving for visitors unused to the aggressive tricycle drivers.

Mountain bikes are also available for rent at several locations along White Beach, which is off limits to motorized vehicles.

To explore around the island, rent a native sailboat (paraw) or motorized outrigger (banca) and visit the many beaches of Boracay.


*  White Beach - This is what most people are here for. Not only is it a lovely stretch of powdery white sand against azure water, it's also the commercial center of the island. The long beach is divided into three sections, Station 1, Station 2, and Station 3. The widest beach front area is located at Station 1 where prime hotels and resorts are located. Although accommodations may be pricier, visitors can expect a more relaxing environment. A stretched grove of shady palm trees separates the beach from the line of restaurants, cafes, bars, internet cafes, shops, bakeries, etc. There is lots of room to stretch out on the beach with your sarong or you can rent a reclining chair from one of the vendors where they will be happy to keep you filled with food and drinks. Most people opt for the shade and tend to hang out under the palm trees.

*  Puka Beach - A quiet stretch of white sand along the northern tip of the island, Puka Beach is an image of what most people expect on a tropical island: white sand, azure water, and relatively empty. This is where locals gather the small puka shells for some of the jewelry that is sold on the island so expect the sand to be more coarse than on White Beach. The water tends to be a little rougher on this side of the island but it is much quieter. Similarly, there are fewer services -- there are only a couple of restaurants, but you likely won't have a problem getting a cold drink or an ice cream as there are a few vendors that patrol the beach. The main road in Boracay terminates at Puka Beach therefore you'll be able to hire a tricycle to get there in less than 10-15 minutes from central White Beach. Make sure you arrange a pickup if it is a quiet day and no tricycles are hanging around the beach. Most people experience Puka as one of their sailboat or banca stops during a day trip. This is a good spot for a picnic, but be sure to bring your trash home with you.

*  Baling Hai Beach - This is a quiet little cove just north of Diniwid Beach, where you can enjoy swimming, snorkeling and dining in a relaxed, peaceful environment. There are some fantastic views from the clifftop restaurant. Baling Hai is often included as a stop-off on an island boat tour.

*  The Bat Cave. One will see in several tour guides and maps of Boracay something called the Bat Cave, which houses many small insectivorous bats (the larger fruit bats roost in the trees on the hillside above Punta Bunga Beach), and locals will be more than happy to accompany you there for a fee, or "tip". The cave is on the western-end of the island and down several dirt roads. The guide will then take you on a short hike through the forest to the mouth of a cave, which drops down at a very steep angle. The mouth of the cave is littered with large boulders, and is extremely difficult to enter and walk down. There is no visible path, no handrail, and the stones are extremely slippery with slime and bat guano, as well as extremely dangerous, since the cave is at such an extreme angle. Also, the air inside the cave is very warm and humid, and in addition to the amount of guano, is very difficult to breathe. Additionally, several snakes live inside the cave. Caution should be taken by those visiting and entering the cave. There are bats in the cave, but down at the bottom of it in the dark, and unless you have a flashlight or are there at dusk, you won't see them. The ceiling of the cave is interesting, however, with multiple, small stalactites. Just nearby, you can find another cave, called "crystal" cave which has a lot of stalactites and a hole on the opposite site of the entrance, from which you can watch out to the sea if you dare to climb up to it. You will have to pay 50P entry-fee to visit both caves on behalf of the family that owns the land, in addition to paying your guide. Visiting both caves can cost up to 2500P for the guide, but this is the "rich tourist price", so try to bargain if you like.

*  Mt. Luho. is the highest point of the island. Here you can see Boracay's panoramic view.  


*  Take a para-sailing tour around the island, to explore quiet beaches and snorkel sites. Ask your crew to organize a romantic BBQ on the beach with fresh grilled seafood. Cruise back at sunset to experience breathtaking views.

*  It is worth hiring motorbikes or scooters out to explore the island, as there are other beautiful beaches on the other side of the island that are even better for snorkeling that will be completely deserted. Hire them for a couple of days and you should get a discount. The roads are a bit dodgy, and some are still being constructed, but it's a good laugh and better than plunking yourself on a patch of white sand and seeing nothing. If you happen to be lying on the beach though definitely have a massage and manicure.

*  Horse riding is a fun activity in Boracay - get off the beaten path and experience native villages and scenery most other visitors don't get to see. All levels of experience are catered to. Ask a tricycle to take you to the Boracay Horse Riding Stables.

*  D'Wall Climbing Gym, D'Mall near Boat Station 2, An outdoor rock climbing gym located at D'Mall near Boat Station 2.

Scuba diving

For those interested in Scuba Diving and Diving Packages, there are approximately 20 Dive Centres along White Sand beach; it is a good place to learn or to improve your skills. Cost is typically $33 per dive which includes hire of all equipment.The dive centres operate a cartel and have agreed standard prices amongst themselves so prices will be the same at all centres. There are 25-30 dive sites within 10-15 minutes speed boat ride from the beach, suitable for beginners up to advanced level. Dives range from 'Angol Point' (10m), through 'Crocodile Island' (22-25m), a straightforward wall dive, up to 'Yapak'- a deep wall dive suitable for only the most experienced divers due to strong currents, although there is the possibility of seeing sharks and stingrays.

Boat tours

The best way to see the beauty of Boracay and it`s various beaches is by Paraw (native outrigger sailboat). You will be constantly asked if you want to take a boat trip, as there are literally dozens of companies offering this service. It is better to go with a reputable and established group such as Allen Fun Tours (motorized banca boat tours) or Red Pirates (paraw sailing) to ensure your safety and avoid being overcharged.


Boracay's Bulabog beach is known as the best kitesurf destination in Asia. The season runs from November through to April with onshore winds varying between 12-30 knots.

*  Isla Kiteboarding school, Bulabog Beach, +63362885352 (, Offers courses from beginners to advanced level. All instructors are IKO-certified  

*  Pinas Kite Boarding, Bulabog Beach, 09182574658, Locally owned kite-boarding shop, offers courses from level 1 to 3. All instructors are IKO-certified.  


Skimboarding in Boracay has been a new fun sport for kids and entertainment for older for people for several years. It is a welcome new attraction and a pleasure to watch. Skimboards are available for rent at several places along White Beach. But be sure to hire an expert to teach you to do the skills..



*  Along White Beach you will be approached frequently by women offering to give you a massage, which they will do on the spot or on a towel laid out on the beach - your choice.

*  A bit more organized, White Beach also has several "Massage Stations": collections of masseurs that have their mats set up. The stations are typically open as long as there are customers around but in general start to shut down just after sunset.

*  For Swedish, Accupressure, Shiatsu etc, visit Abe (pronounced Abby) the blind masseur who operates outside Cocoloco restaurant in Angol (south of boat station 3). Only P300 per hour.

*  There is a great outdoor massage station in the beach area of Nigi Nigi Beach Resort, where they have two tables set up. The booth is draped with curtains which they will close if you wish, or leave open if you want to watch the people on the beach. They offer every massage in the book, and charge 500 Peso for one hour.


*  There are several smaller/mid-range spas in Boracay that offer a menu including massages, scrubs and facials but don't quite have the facilities to be considered a full spa. Most hotels in Boracay offer a limited spa menu that falls into this category.


*  Ceasar's, found along the main road near boat station 3, specializes in Thai massage and uses two masseurs simultaneously to deliver the service. A 90 minute massage is priced at $50 USD.

*  Mandala Spa— is typically found near the top of the list of world spas. Situated at the top of a hill, Mandala offers everything from one hour massages (single and couple) to body scrubs, wraps, facials, baths and four hour packages that combine it all. Expect to pay $175 USD for the full four-hour prince/princess treatment. Mandala Spa also rents out rooms to visitors to Boracay, which are built and furnished in traditional tropical style and overlook the island and White Beach. Advance reservations required.

*  Tirta SPA— found in Sitio Malabunot, Manoc-Manoc, area. Indian treatments in a stunning environment for an affordable price. Friendly and helpful staff.


Along White Beach, there is a wide variety of gift shops and boutiques along the beach path and in D*Mall. In addition to the crowded stalls that you expect in Asia, Boracay also has several high-end stores including clothing, art and household items. Some places will permit you to haggle, others have a fixed pricing system with price tags. Shop around as prices vary. Outside of White Beach, the shopping becomes sparse or non-existent.

While walking or laying on the sand, anywhere on Boracay, you'll be approached to buy a variety of items including jewelry made of shells, fresh fruit, ice cream, sunglasses or a nice massage.