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Start training your livers for our wedding weekend!
Start training your livers for our wedding weekend!
November 12, 2022
Boracay, Philippines
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You are heading to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The journey is long, but it is worth it! Getting to the island involves air, land and sea transport - a route Danica has successfully completed dozens of times despite being drunk or hungover. In other words, it’s a piece of cake! We CURRENTLY recommend guests flying internationally get to Boracay via Manila (Ninoy Aquino International Airport). Spend a few nights there to soak up city life - more information and other local & regional travel suggestions are below! NOTE: Due to COVID, international destinations serviced by airports closer to Boracay (Singapore, Seoul, amongst others) are not yet back to normal operations, but we will let you know once things change! YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT The events team of Amanda Tirol can help with all your local bookings to Boracay and on the island. They can be reached at boracayweddings@yahoo.com and their office cellphone number +639175396220 and +639989885962.

Flight

Manila - Caticlan (Godofredo P. Ramos Airport) - quickest route to the island

Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific (CEB), Air Asia Forty-minute flight from Manila on a 40 to 50-seater plane. Flights leave at hourly intervals to and from Caticlan. PRO: Quickest Route CON: Slightly more expensive than going via Kalibo

Flight

Manila - Kalibo - Caticlan (additional stop at Kalibo)

Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific (CEB), Air Asia Forty-five minute flights from Manila and a 1.5 hour land transfer from Kalibo to Caticlan. Private vans for hire and air conditioned buses are available (no pre-booking required, can be arranged on arrival in Kalibo). PROS: slightly cheaper, bigger planes, international airport (pre-COVID services included Singapore, Seoul) CON: additional ~2 hours of travel

Travel Note

Cacticlan to Boracay Island

Caticlan is the jump-off point to Boracay. Public boats run every five minutes and are on a first-come first-served basis. Private boat transfers from the port direct to your resort can be arranged through your hotel or through our coordinator, Amanda Tirol. It is best to change into slippers/sandals at the jetty port for comfort and in anticipation of the beach.

Hotel

Shangri-La Boracay

Malay, Western Visayas 5608, Philippines
 +63 36 288 4988

Our recommended hotel and the venue of the main wedding event. You can access our discounted room block rates by emailing reservations.slbo@shangri-la.com with below details: Wedding Name: Terrett-Jacinto Wedding Stay Dates: Number of Guests occupying the room: Preferred Room Category: https://www.shangri-la.com/boracay/boracayresort/rooms-suites/

Hotel

Various Hotels

The main event will be held at Shangri-la Boracay, but the island is home to a range of hotels that suit your preferences and budget. The island is organized into "Stations" with Station 1 being the closest & most convenient to access the Shangri-la. Stations 2 and 3 are in more commercial areas, closer to restaurants and other activities. Closest to Shangri-La: Discovery Shores The Lind Crimson Station 1: The District Jony's Beach Resort Whitehouse, Sur, Two Seasons - these hotels host amazing happy hours and parties for guests Station 2: Feliz Hotel The Tides Amanda Tirol's team can assist with all your bookings at discounted rates. Email: boracayweddings@yahoo.com

Travel Note

Island Transportation

Travel around the island is very safe and easy - and mainly done by tricycle or "trikes." Flagging down roving tricycles will cost P10 per person during the day ($0.20) and P20 per person at night ($0.40) . Parked “trikes” can be hired for private use for about P50 per trip ($1), although expect to negotiate on the price especially at night. Shuttles to the wedding event will be arranged for all around the island. The Shangri-la and other resorts also have shuttles that go around the island all day.

Travel Note

TRAVEL SUGGESTIONS - PHILIPPINES

We would love for guests to discover the Philippines! City Living - a 2-night, pre-Boracay suggested itinerary for Manila is here: https://bit.ly/3BWnzUf Surfing - Check-out Siargao (world class surf, closer to Boracay) or La Union (much farther north than Manila / Boracay) Diving - Malapascua Island is home to the magnificent Thresher Sharks (also close to Boracay) Nature & Outdoors - our tour partner Eco Explorations (https://ecoexplorationsph.com/) has created various accessible outdoor options for our guests here: https://bit.ly/3BWnzUf Looking for something else? Just let us know! We're always happy to share why "It's More Fun in the Philippines" (the country's official travel tagline)

Travel Note

TRAVEL SUGGESTIONS - REST OF ASIA

So much to see, so little time! Some other options to consider while in Asia: Urban vibe? Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan are all short direct flights from Manila (Fun fact: Before the US, Danica spent much of her 20’s single in Singapore!) Nature & Outdoors? Thailand and Vietnam have tons of outdoor adventures to offer. The Road Less Travelled... Cambodia, Myanmar, and Laos are less frequented but are home to many incredible tourist attractions and regional treasures. We have friends all over the region, happy to connect you with locals for suggestions!

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