2015, October – it was my 1st time to visit Boracay for a 3 days – 2 nights stay. We settled in Royal Park Resort, Station 2, Boracay. The hotel was decent and it has its own beach front foyer for the guests.
Now this article is all about our Parasailing in Boracay experience. I have a little fear for heights, but not that crazy, but I must try this one. The rates play around P600 to P1,000 per person, depends on how you parley on their established rate.
Ask tricycle drivers to take you where the boat rides are. This is where where you can register for all types of rides “Fly Fish”, banana boat and helmet diving. Wait time could take 1-2 hours depending on the volume of tourists, but you can take your lunch within the area, there are lots of fastfood to dine at.
Wear beach shoes, as you will be transferring from different speed boats and if you are lucky, you get a free speedy boat ride on rough waves which we enjoyed.
Here are some photos – Camera: GoPro HERO * | Year: 2015