Ariel's Point LocationAriel’s Point is a 35-minute boat ride away from Station 1 on Boracay’s White Beach. This eco-adventure paradise is located on the western edge of Buruanga, an unspoiled fishing village on the island of Panay. Ariel’s Point’s unique location provides guests with beautiful views of turquoise swimming holes, colorful marine life, lush tropical forests, and volcanic rock formations. The absence of modern commercial development in this area makes it the perfect place for enjoying cliff diving, kayaking, and snorkeling while admiring the natural beauty of the Philippines. Even local monkeys are occasionally seen playing in the surrounding treetops.  Trips are offered 7 days a week (if weather and sea conditions permit), depart once a day from the Boracay Beach Club (behind Club Paraw) in Station 1 at 11:15 AM, and return to Boracay’s White Beach at 5:00 PM.

The Boracay Beach Club
is the registration and departure area for guests planning to visit Ariel’s Point. The Boracay Beach Club is located behind Club Paraw in Station 1. It is a 5-minute walk from Willy’s Rock, a 12-minute walk from D’Mall, and a 25-minute walk from D’Talipapa. Tricycles (the Philippine version of the tuk-tuk) can also be chartered along the main road. The Boracay Beach Club also has a full-service restaurant where guests can enjoy a snack or beverage before their trip.