Nestled into Boracay’s lush greenery. Sea Wind offers the true tropical experience your holiday deserves. The resort is situated on the premier location of the islands main beach, quiet and exclusive yet still very accessible to Boracay’s many attractions and establishments.
Sea Wind features classic FIlipino design with luxury amenities fused with warm personalized service that provides you with a sense of coming home whether it’s your first or fiftieth visit.
Its owners are proud to share that it is the only resort that is experienced in providing excellent food and beverage for groups of up to 500 people, a truly excellent host of weddings, birthdays, company outings, conventions, and other occasions.
There will be a seventy five pesos (Php75.00) per person Environmental Fee and one hundred pesos (Php 100.00) per person Terminal Fee to be paid at the Caticlan Jetty Port upon arrival. And another one hundred pesos (Php 100.00) per person Terminal Fee at the Cagban Jetty port. The charges shall be under personal account.
– Children 7 years old sharing room with two (2) adults, free of chrge (maximum of 2 FOC children per room).
– Children 8-12 years old sharing with at least two (2) adults, is considered an adult rate.
• Check In : 13:00 • Check Out : 11:00 • GMT Time : +08:00 – Beijing, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Urumqi
The quickest way to travel to Boracay Island, is to take a plane from Manila domestic terminal and fly directly to either the cities of Kalibo or Caticlan on Panay Island.
The flight time to either city is 1 hour.
Caticlan is the jump off port to catch a ferry or banca boat to Boracay Island, so the short transfer time from plane to ferry is minimal, no more than 10 minutes.
Flights to Kalibo are by Boeing 737 aircraft. From Kalibo you have a 1 ½ to 2 hour trip by air conditioned bus or private mini van, which will take you to Caticlan.
Once you have reached Caticlan, you have a twenty minute banca trip to Boracay Island. The banca trip will drop you off at one of the three Boat Stations on White Beach, which is on the west coast of Boracay Island.
The most popular tourists’ attractions of Boracay are:
Mount Luho: This is the highest peak of this island with a height of 100 m above the sea level.
Bat Caves: Located on the north East coast of Yapak it is the home of cave bats and the giant fruit bats.
Dead Forest: The hundreds of dead plants of this forest make it look haunted. The landscaped silhouette formed by this forest is worth watching.
The Kar-Tir Shell Museum:This museum has the most wonderful collection of art works made of shells.
- Cafe/coffee shop
- Children swimming pool
- Conference room
- Dry cleaning service
- Internet access (Wi-Fi) in public area
- Massage treatment
- Meeting room
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Pool bar
- Safe deposit box
- Water sport