Astoria Current, Paradise Garden Hotel and Convention Boracay powered by ASTON
Boat Station 3, The Sunny Side Cafe
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Astoria Current, Paradise Garden Hotel and Convention Boracay powered by ASTON, Golden Phoenix Hotel Boracay, Mandala Spa And Villas Boracay, Hue Hotels and Resorts Boracay Managed by HII, Boracay Ocean Club Beach Resort, Bamboo Boracay Resort Bar and Restaurant , Grand Blue Beach Hotel, B Pod Boracay, Calypso Beach and Dive Resort
Currently, there are around 76 hotels that you can book in Station 3
If you are looking for your haven of peace and quiet yet the same paradise experience, then Station 3 is your refuge. Being the furthest from the high-end Station 1 and not as crowded as the busy district of Station 2, this area is the calmest part of White Beach. This is also ideal for those looking for accommodation at lower prices.
The fastest way to reach Boracay is via plane. There are daily flights from Manila going to Kalibo International Airport or Caticlan Airport via Philippine Airline, SkyJet Airline, and other local airlines. From either airport, you need to get to the Caticlan Jetty Port to Cagban Jetty Port in Boracay via boats. Then ride a motor tricycle or your complimentary shuttle service from your hotel to Station 3.
You have two options if you want to travel on a ferry or boat ride to Boracay. If you want to travel on a ferry or boat ride, the easier route is Manila to Dumaguit port. Or take a combination of land and sea travel through the Roll On - Roll Off (RORO) from Batangas port to Roxas port then to Caticlan.
If you prefer to travel by land from Manila, you can ride an airconditioned bus schedule to Batangas port. Take an overnight ferry to Odiongan, Romblon. Transfer to another boat at Looc or Santa Fe port heading to Boracay.
A new entry process is implemented wherein you have to show your confirmed Boracay hotel reservation. There is a designated verification booth at both the Kalibo and Caticlan airports.
Taking a lovely walk on the beach is the best way to explore the stretch of Station 3. If you want to explore the nearby stations or attractions around, you can take a trike or ride a boat.
Station 3 is an attraction by its own merits as it has the most relaxed atmosphere. But if you want to explore further, go on island hopping whether solo or with your fambam and squad. Hop on to different tourist sites such as Crystal Cove, Magic Island, Diniwid Beach, Crocodile Island, and Bulabog Beach.
Head on to Mount Luho, the highest point in Boracay and see the panoramic view of the island. It’s actually a walk away from Bulabog Beach but if you want to up the ante, you may ride an ATV going to the mountain’s drop-off point.
Enjoy the laid back beach life in Station 3 by just beach bumming and swimming on its crystal clear turquoise water. Clear up your mind with the sound of crashing waves and a breathtaking view of the surreal sunset.
On the other hand for the adventure junkies out there, engage in some of the popular water activities. Go up and away while parasailing and chill above just like a boss. Aye captain and drift away with a paraw, a native sailing boat with two outriggers. The boat can carry as many as 8 people so enjoy the ride! For a more romantic spin, you can hire a private boat and experience a sunset sailing.
Tucked along Calle Remedios, Subo offers mixed traditional and contemporary Filipino cuisine. Not only does it fill your tummy with delectable food such as Buko Puso Salad and their bestseller Paru-Paro, butterflied Chicken Inasal. The place’s nostalgic feel makes it homier. The makeshift tables are from recycled sewing machines coupled with vintage chairs.
Shout out to vegans out there, Prana Restaurant in Mandala Spa and Villas is your food haven. Its farm-to-table concept offers organic, gluten-free, and healthy Southeast Asian gourmet cuisine. You can dine in not just for two in Dos Mestizos, your go-to place for no-frills Spanish food. Aside from their beef salpicao, gambas, tapas, and sangria, a deli and bakeshop alongside offer own baked bread and sandwiches.
There are numerous accommodations at a budget-friendly price to spend your night in Station 3. You can book at