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It’s Adrenaline High off the Cliffs at Ariel’s Point Buruanga

A commencing back-flip from the 9-meter board

Ariel’s Point in Buruanga, Aklan

As an island blessed with crystal clear water, Boracay Island cultivates a throng of activities that are meant to drive the fun and adventure into the sea. One fantastic water activity that is overflowing with thrill and treats is cliff jumping at Ariel’s Point.

The big brown boat of Ariel's Point
The big brown boat of Ariel’s Point

The fun of this cliff-jumping activity is at the Boracay Beach Club where guests assemble for a meet and greet with the crew of Ariel’s Point and of other guests, plus a glimpse of the adventure that awaits them.

By 11 am, everyone gets into the famous brown Ariel’s Point boat for the impending ride to this cliff-jumping point at the coast of Buruanga, Aklan.

Guests grabbing drinks from the bar
Guests grabbing drinks from the bar

The ride renders a scenic tour of the lush coasts of Aklan from the last town of Malay to remarkable landscape of the uncharted coves and verdant coasts of Buruanga.

While the view proves to intoxicate the senses already, guests are nevertheless served beverages to refresh them.

In less than an hour of this panoramic trip, the big brown boat of Ariel’s Point finally docks at its destination.

Enhanced for the comfort and confidence of the never-ending succession of its cliff-jumping trips, Ariel’s Point bequeaths guests with well-conceived amenities, good quality equipment, fantastic service, and delicious food offerings.

Cliff jumpers are thus led into a cave off the limestone cliff and into a snake-like staircase, which opens up to the breathtaking scenery of clear light blue sky hanging above the deep blue sea with the cliff-jumping beams jutting out of the verdant cliffs.

Ready to jump off the 15-meter board
Ready to jump off the 15-meter board

Strategically placed around the cliffs are viewing decks, made in native materials of bamboo and dried straws to surround guests with a relaxing island feel while they embrace the will to jump off the cliff boards, anywhere from 3 meters to 15 meters high up from the surface.

Aside from the high-adrenaline cliff-jumping activity, Ariel’s Point also offers kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and snorkeling gears for their guests. These water activities are as much fascinating as cliff-jumping, with the vibrant marina and the tranquil coves nearby that are aching to be explored.

A commencing back-flip from the 9-meter board
A commencing back-flip from the 9-meter board

When it comes to food, guests are always ensured with a satisfied appetite, as munchies and overflowing beverages are served every moment.

Kinilaw Sea Urchin
Kinilaw Sea Urchin

At the start, there are fish crackers and seasoned fruits, then a late lunch buffet of Filipino dishes like barbecued fish, chicken and pork, garden salad, mixed vegetables, pancit noodles and rice. Later, guests can request for a light serving of Kinilaw sea urchins, freshly picked from the coral beds and marinated in vinegar and chili.

Filipino Buffet lunch
Filipino Buffet lunch

By 3pm, guests are called to pack up and return to the boat for continued fun and partying with their co-cliff-jumping friends. At this point, refreshments, including are continuously handed out to guests in celebration for their success of conquering the heights.

And when the sun sets on the horizon of Ariel’s Point’s popular white sand island neighbor, guests have that continued blessing showering on them in their fun-packed holiday on that island called Boracay.

To get further details about Ariel’s Point, call landline: (036) 288 6770 / 4853; Mobile: 0918-965-2303 / 0917-830-6282, email [email protected], or browse

Written by Amanda Virrey

Amanda Virrey is a free-spirit who loves to experience and write about the sweetness of life with her young daughter in places, food, events and people, far and wide, never getting old, but always staying young, fit and happy.

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