Flights to Manila :
Many international airlines fly to Manila from an airport near you, wherever you may be. Once you land at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, take a short taxi ride to the domestic airport.
Going to Boracay :
The best way to get to Boracay from the domestic airport is to fly to Caticlan (the airport nearest Boracay.) Once at Caticlan, take a passenger boat across to Boracay. Get off at Boat Station One and get your feet wet. Walk north towards Willie’s Rock. Porters will help you with your luggage and direct you to the Blue Lilly Villa. Arriving by boat and wading ashore is a very refreshing way to arrive anywhere. This is a very real “I’ve arrived on the beach” feel and it’s very cool.
Getting around on Boracay :
at the Blue Lilly Villa, you will probably walk everywhere
as most places are within walking distance. Another way of seeing the
island is by boat. These boats vary from small sail boats called paraws
or motorized boats called bancas.
52 pesos to the dollar give you extreme buying power. Everything is inexpensive from your family meal to the simple beer to the beautiful clothes and furniture. You will enjoy your shopping experience as vendors speak English as a result of the close relationship with the USA for half a century. Basketball is the national sport and be prepared for Filipinos to know more about the NBA than you do!
The warm, friendly spirit of the Filipino culture is famous worldwide. At the Blue Lilly Villa and on Boracay, you will experience days full of smiles and gentle service. From the day you arrive until the day you leave, you will feel at home … all day, everyday!