Take a Plane!

You have a choice now of the most modern of aircraft landing in the most modern of airports (for this part of the world). Grab a flight from Manila to Caticlan or Kalibo. Several flights available daily. Book on-line there are four major airlines that go this route. Prices vary depending on the time of year. Buy way ahead and look for great deals.


Take the Road!

If you opt the Kalibo flight you need to take an hour(ish) long bus or van ride (P175 per person) to Caticlan boat port (they like to call it Jetty port). If you took the Caticlan flight from the airport though its a short hop (or trike) to the same boat port (P50 good for upto 3 pax).


Take the Boat!

At the port, look for the line cue to buy the boat tickets, pay some government fees that pay for maintaining the terminal and helps the island keep itself clean (read: environmental fee).


You have 2 boat options: The small ones and the big one. The big one leaves every 30 minutes. The small one leaves when it is full. I suggest you take the big one when the weather is rough. Terminal Fee P50; Environmental Fee P75; small boat P20 and big boat P30.


In less time than it takes to finish a SITCOM you’re stepping on the shores of BORACAY!!!
Final step would be to take the road (again)! You’re almost there.

Map to The Lazy Dog Bed & Breakfast, Boracay

Once you step onto the port of Boracay, some people will greet you and offer you a ride… just say “I’m going to LAZY DOG!!!” they’ll know how to get you there.


You have a choice of a trike (again) or a four wheeled van type variety called a “multi-cab”. The trike is good for up to three people comfortably with luggage(P150). The multicab for four or more (P250).

As you step through our gates our resident dogs will greet you with a shake of the paw and a hearty ruff… and then all of a sudden all that travel no matter how long it took… will all be worth it…