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“Great day trip!”
Review of Ariel's Point

Ariel's Point
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Eco-Adventure Day-Trip at Ariels Point in Boracay
Ranked #2 of 71 things to do in Boracay
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Owner description: Ariel's Point is a breathtaking eco-adventure destination located a short and scenic boat ride away from Boracay Island. With five cliff-diving platforms (ranging in height from 3 meters to 13 meters) and ample opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and canoeing in a friendly setting, Ariel's Point is the perfect daytime venue for Boracay travelers who want to experience the natural beauty of the Philippines while also meeting fellow travelers. Guests can reach Ariel's Point by signing up for their 5-hour daytrip package, which includes a scenic round-trip boat ride to Ariel's Point, local entrance fees, a BBQ buffet, bottomless beverages, Filipino merienda (afternoon snacks), and full use of Ariel's Point amenities (cliff-diving platforms, sunbathing raft, snorkeling gear, sit-on-top kayaks, and native canoes). Trips depart daily at 11:15 a.M. From Ariel's House near Station 1 along White Beach.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Bathroom facilities
San Diego, California
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“Great day trip!”
Reviewed November 5, 2013

We were in Boracay for 4 days and were really bummed because Ariels Point had been close for almost a month or two because of weather conditions, but on our third day there, they were opening.

Its about a 30-40 minuate boat ride to Ariel's Point, and right when you sail off they start offering you beers, and sodas. Its a nice boat ride and you can take in the nice views. Getting off the boat was a little rocky but not bad. Some people jumped off the boat and just swam to the ladder that leads you to some stairs.

If you're brave enough they offer 3 jumps a 5m, 8m, and a 15m. There's a lifeguard down there assisitng you if you need help, but I would suggest you at least know how to swim a little bit.

They serve a buffet lunch, offer drinks all day, and snacks. And you head off the island by 3 or 4pm. Getting back to the boat was both interesting and scary. It was very rocky and the waters were rough for us so I felt like it took awhile to get people back onto the boat. Definitely a great experience!

Visited October 2013
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Paranaque, Philippines
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“A trip that's definitely worth going to :)”
Reviewed November 3, 2013

For the adventurous, you would have the 15m jump, for the daring, the 8m and for everybody else, the 5m. Ariel's point is worth going to even if you are not so adventurous because number 1, the place is fantastic! the view is of the sea and I could just relax all day sitting and looking at it with a beer on hand (note: unlimited local beers and softdrinks) and summer sounds being played. Number 2, there are other activities such as snorkeling and kayaking :) and number 3, you get to meet people while there :)

Visited October 2013
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Makati, Philippines
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“An experience to remember”
Reviewed November 3, 2013

I am happy to experience this breath taking "Ariels Peak" jump. The package includes buffet lunch and drink all you can of beers, soda, bottled water, and rhum coke, and boat ride. All of us had a great time and we got a chance to meet other tourist.

Visited October 2013
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Dongducheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
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“You definitely need to do this!”
Reviewed October 26, 2013

Great deal and an awesome adventure. From the minute you get onto the boat they start handing out free drinks. For one person it costs about $50 but it includes a buffet style meal, free snacks, and free drinks. Activities include cliff diving, snorkeling, and canoeing. It was an awesome time!

Visited May 2013
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Paris, France
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“Best, Day, Ever...”
Reviewed October 25, 2013

Bikinis, bottles, DJs, and pet monkeys. Oh yeah, and cliff diving from 10 meters into a pristine ocean. This day-trip is a "don't miss" affair when you're in Boracay. Great value too. The single fee ($30 US at the time) gets you boat transportation there and back, unlimited beer and cocktails, as well as an enormous freshly prepared buffet (grilled meats, fish, rice, veggies, etc.). The set-up is truly unique. There and many little chill-out areas that seat 5 or more people set into the mountain/cliff face. There are multiple diving boards at different heights (for sissies to adrenaline junkies). You can also take a kayak and paddle around (great for taking video of your friends making fools of themselves). All in all, I look forward to going back.

Visited January 2013
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