Take the road less traveled: The Bulalacao route to Boracay

By Roy Dimayuga

Are you ready for a convenient and scenic way to reach Boracay Island? Look no further than the Bulalacao route.

Bulalacao is located in the southernmost tip of Oriental Mindoro province. This small municipality offers a FastCat ferry service to Caticlan, the gateway to Boracay, an island in the Philippines known for its crystal-clear waters, powdery white sand beaches, and vibrant nightlife.

The trip takes around three hours, and the ferry departs Bulalacao twice a day at 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. The fare for premium economy (air-conditioned) is P840, which is a reasonable price for the convenience and comfort it provides.

One of the advantages of taking the Bulalacao route is the ease of parking. The town has a park and sail facility that offers overnight parking for those who plan to leave their vehicles behind. This makes it a hassle-free option for those who want to avoid the stress of finding a parking space in Caticlan.

Another advantage is the scenic beauty of the route. The ferry ride from Bulalacao to Caticlan offers stunning views of the ocean and the surrounding islands. It’s a great opportunity to take some photos and enjoy the scenery.

Once in Caticlan, travelers can go to a single desk that streamlines the process of paying for environmental fees, motorboat rides, and e-trike rides from the Boracay port to the hotel. This saves time and hassle, as they won’t need to go to multiple places to pay for these fees.

So why not take the convenient and scenic route to paradise? Choose the Bulalacao route and experience the beauty of Boracay Island in a stress-free and enjoyable way.

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