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WHERE WE ARE :)

We are located less than a minutes walk from Boracay's four-kilometer long award winning White Beach. All our apartments are available for short or long term lease, every unit is fully furnished including cable TV, free internet.

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LOCAL AREA

Cowboy Cucina Restaurant and Bella Isa Spa and several other nearby restaurants, bars and water sports services are available to our guests. The southern end of Boracay's famous white sand beach is more mellow and relaxed with more foreign expat residents and less if any group tourists so it's a favorite location

Staff members available 24hrs a day for any issues. Staff are happy to help organise trips or activities of all types.

We are situated at Casa Camilla, Station 3 on white beach. Just look for Cowboys cocina bar and we are next to that.

GETTING HERE

Whether you go by plane or by boat, you will pass through the small town of Caticlan on the "mainland" of Panay island. Outrigger boats or "bancas" leave every few minutes from Caticlan's jetty port. The short boat trip to Boracay's jetty port at Cagban costs ₱20. Tourists also have to pay a terminal fee of ₱75 and an environmental fee of ₱100.
Tricycles are available at Cagban to bring passengers to their hotels. Tricycle fare is from ₱20 per pax up to ₱150 per trip depending where your resort is. If you have luggage, the standard fare is ₱100 minimum. From Cagban Port to Station 1, the most that you should pay is ₱25 per head. That is, if you don't mind sharing the tricycle with other tourists. If you don't want to rent the tricycle and allow the driver to pick up other passengers along the way, say you just want the "Individual" price and not a "Special" journey.

By plane
There are two airports located near to the island of Boracay.• Caticlan or Godofredo P. Ramos Airport - Only relatively small aircraft can land at this airport. Airlines with flights to and from Caticlan are South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR)[3], Cebu Pacific Air[4] and Air Philippines[5] from Manila, Cebu andClark. From Caticlan airport you can either take a tricycle (₱40) or walk (10 minutes) to Caticlan Jetty Port. You can't bring more than 15 kg luggage when flying here.•
Kalibo International Airport - Compared to Caticlan's airport, the runway is able to land larger aircraft such as Boeing 737 and Airbus A320. However, it is farther from Caticlan's jetty port which is 90 minutes away. Cebu Pacific Air, China Airlines[6], Philippine Airlines[7], and Zest Airways[8] connects Kalibo to Manila, Taipei, Shanghai and Seoul. Now budget carrier Philippines AirAsia connects from Clark/Angeles City in central Luzon to Kalibo with daily return flights.
There are minivans, vans, coasters and buses that serve travellers between Kalibo International Airport and Caticlan Jetty Port. Be sure to ask if your ticket includes a ferry ticket to Boracay (₱200 for a minivan and ferry, ₱300 for more comfortable bus), and how much the additional environmental taxes will be (Official ₱100 for environmental fee and ₱75 for jetty fee that you have to pay in Caticlan port). Minivans start moving when they are full of customers (usually about 10 seats) so be prepared to wait up to half an hour in some cases.
After stepping off the boat in Boracay you can see at least 10 tricycles waiting and offering to take you to your hotel. The trip usually costs up to ₱100. We can arrange for someone to meet you at the Boracay Jetty Port to guide you to the apartments which will only take 5 - 10 mins

GETTING HERE

Whether you go by plane or by boat, you will pass through the small town of Caticlan on the "mainland" of Panay island. Outrigger boats or "bancas" leave every few minutes from Caticlan's jetty port. The short boat trip to Boracay's jetty port at Cagban costs ₱20. Tourists also have to pay a terminal fee of ₱75 and an environmental fee of ₱100.
Tricycles are available at Cagban to bring passengers to their hotels. Tricycle fare is from ₱20 per pax up to ₱150 per trip depending where your resort is. If you have luggage, the standard fare is ₱100 minimum. From Cagban Port to Station 1, the most that you should pay is ₱25 per head. That is, if you don't mind sharing the tricycle with other tourists. If you don't want to rent the tricycle and allow the driver to pick up other passengers along the way, say you just want the "Individual" price and not a "Special" journey.

By plane
There are two airports located near to the island of Boracay.• Caticlan or Godofredo P. Ramos Airport - Only relatively small aircraft can land at this airport. Airlines with flights to and from Caticlan are South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR)[3], Cebu Pacific Air[4] and Air Philippines[5] from Manila, Cebu andClark. From Caticlan airport you can either take a tricycle (₱40) or walk (10 minutes) to Caticlan Jetty Port. You can't bring more than 15 kg luggage when flying here.•
Kalibo International Airport - Compared to Caticlan's airport, the runway is able to land larger aircraft such as Boeing 737 and Airbus A320. However, it is farther from Caticlan's jetty port which is 90 minutes away. Cebu Pacific Air, China Airlines[6], Philippine Airlines[7], and Zest Airways[8] connects Kalibo to Manila, Taipei, Shanghai and Seoul. Now budget carrier Philippines AirAsia connects from Clark/Angeles City in central Luzon to Kalibo with daily return flights.
There are minivans, vans, coasters and buses that serve travellers between Kalibo International Airport and Caticlan Jetty Port. Be sure to ask if your ticket includes a ferry ticket to Boracay (₱200 for a minivan and ferry, ₱300 for more comfortable bus), and how much the additional environmental taxes will be (Official ₱100 for environmental fee and ₱75 for jetty fee that you have to pay in Caticlan port). Minivans start moving when they are full of customers (usually about 10 seats) so be prepared to wait up to half an hour in some cases.
After stepping off the boat in Boracay you can see at least 10 tricycles waiting and offering to take you to your hotel. The trip usually costs up to ₱100. We can arrange for someone to meet you at the Boracay Jetty Port to guide you to the apartments which will only take 5 - 10 mins

Other things to note

GETTING HERE

Whether you go by plane or by boat, you will pass through the small town of Caticlan on the "mainland" of Panay island. Outrigger boats or "bancas" leave every few minutes from Caticlan's jetty port. The short boat trip to Boracay's jetty port at Cagban costs ₱20. Tourists also have to pay a terminal fee of ₱75 and an environmental fee of ₱100.
Tricycles are available at Cagban to bring passengers to their hotels. Tricycle fare is from ₱20 per pax up to ₱150 per trip depending where your resort is. If you have luggage, the standard fare is ₱100 minimum. From Cagban Port to Station 1, the most that you should pay is ₱25 per head. That is, if you don't mind sharing the tricycle with other tourists. If you don't want to rent the tricycle and allow the driver to pick up other passengers along the way, say you just want the "Individual" price and not a "Special" journey.

By plane
There are two airports located near to the island of Boracay.• Caticlan or Godofredo P. Ramos Airport - Only relatively small aircraft can land at this airport. Airlines with flights to and from Caticlan are South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR)[3], Cebu Pacific Air[4] and Air Philippines[5] from Manila, Cebu andClark. From Caticlan airport you can either take a tricycle (₱40) or walk (10 minutes) to Caticlan Jetty Port. You can't bring more than 15 kg luggage when flying here.•
Kalibo International Airport - Compared to Caticlan's airport, the runway is able to land larger aircraft such as Boeing 737 and Airbus A320. However, it is farther from Caticlan's jetty port which is 90 minutes away. Cebu Pacific Air, China Airlines[6], Philippine Airlines[7], and Zest Airways[8] connects Kalibo to Manila, Taipei, Shanghai and Seoul. Now budget carrier Philippines AirAsia connects from Clark/Angeles City in central Luzon to Kalibo with daily return flights.
There are minivans, vans, coasters and buses that serve travellers between Kalibo International Airport and Caticlan Jetty Port. Be sure to ask if your ticket includes a ferry ticket to Boracay (₱200 for a minivan and ferry, ₱300 for more comfortable bus), and how much the additional environmental taxes will be (Official ₱100 for environmental fee and ₱75 for jetty fee that you have to pay in Caticlan port). Minivans start moving when they are full of customers (usually about 10 seats) so be prepared to wait up to half an hour in some cases.
After stepping off the boat in Boracay you can see at least 10 tricycles waiting and offering to take you to your hotel. The trip usually costs up to ₱100. We can arrange for someone to meet you at the Boracay Jetty Port to guide you to the apartments which will only take 5 - 10 mins


The space
Accommodates: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Room type: Entire home/apt

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Extra people: 8 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Discount: 11%
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Dave User Profile
July 2017
awesome stay as usual. staff is so accommodating. great location too.

Alex User Profile
May 2017
The rooms were very nice with a comfortable bed and space for dining and facilities for cooking. The place does need a little cosmetic repair here and there but everything works. It's in a quiet area just off the beach. It's about 20 minutes from the main attractions in station 2 by foot which can be inconvenient but the great advantage is its quiet and relaxing there. The ladies that ran the place were very helpful and polite. Good for the value and very suitable for an apartment for a couple wishing to relax in Boracay.

Dave User Profile
May 2017
Second time staying here. Crystal and the staff are great hosts. The place is very chill with great people. The beach is steps away.

Kimberly User Profile
April 2017
Very nice place and worth the budget.

Anita User Profile
April 2017
We had a great and comfortable stay in Chrystal's apartment. The staff girls were so helpful, everytime we needed them. If we wanted to have a clean room after a few days of beachlife (and a lot of sand on our feet), we just told them. And even as we cooked some food in the well equipped kitchenette, they helped us. They are doing sameday laundry aswell for little money. The room is a bit dark because in ground floor, but quiet and perfect located in station 3. only 10 minutes with trycicle/motorbike via main road to the crowded area station 2. the wonderful white beach is directly in front of the apartment building. the wifi is working well and you have free drinking water. Chrystal answered during 1-2 hours although she stayed in London. Thanks again for the nice days we had in your apartment! All the best, Anita & Hanna

Dave User Profile
November 2016
Everything was great. The location is perfect. Crystal & Lynn were great hosts. I plan on staying there when I return to Bora

Jason User Profile
November 2015
Without question, this was the best vacation we've ever had. Crystal and Paul were gracious hosts, and Crystal was always responsive to our every question. From the rainy night we arrived to our 5a.m. departure 6 days later, we felt welcome and at home. The apartment was steps away from a beautiful beach and had everything we needed. We're a family of 5 (3 young boys) and had all the amenities we could ask for at a fraction of the cost of a resort with more room than we needed. Never lacked hot water, had cool a/c, TV with cable, and fresh water and fruit waiting for us when we arrived. We even had housekeeping a few days. Some of the reviews we read complaining of bugs are now laughable to me now that I've been there. The one gecko I saw in our kitchen was a reminder to me of where are. The occasional ant is expected when there are sweet mangos and bananas at every turn! The "Bright 3rd Floor Studio" was the place we'll visit time and time again. Thanks Crystal!

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