Ariel&’s Point Boracay | Cliff Jumping for the First Time

Location: Ariel’s Point Boracay

I have always wanted to cross cliff jumping off my bucket list but I haven’t  had enough courage to do so until this time. Last December, I saw another cliff jumping spot here in Boracay called the Magic Island but we were unable to go. I heard about Ariel’s Point from Lisette so I made sure that this comeback to Boracay would include a day trip so I can finally try this adventure.

Ariel’s Point Boracay was an all-in package of a whole day activity at the island, lunch and an open bar, snorkeling, kayaking and of course, unlimited cliff jumping. All for P2500.

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The boat ride to the Ariel’s Point Boracay

The tour starts at Ariel’s House at Station 1 where all guests are welcomed to chill while waiting for the boat.

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While at the boat, they already offer unlimited drinks!

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Ryan was one of the first brave ones to try it on the 8-meter platform, ikaw na!

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And he has the guts to try it at the highest point (15 meters)!

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My turn, but I only opted to try it at the lowest platform which is 5 meters. Actually, the lifeguard has let me try it on the 3-meter platform first as I was deeply terrified but I was determined to go on to the next level so I did it, yay! It took me about half an hour to convince myself to jump.

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And here I go..

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I liked the Ariel’s Point Boracay package as a whole because the place was great, I love swimming by the clear waters. The only downside is that it had too limited time, it started late and they just let us wait for more than an hour for the boat to arrive, we could have enjoyed swimming and had more time to relax if we arrived earlier. And the food too was not so great, the meals offered for the island hopping was much yummier.

Safe travels!

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