Crystal cove island
Your all-in-one-stop island hopping destination just minutes away from Boracay.
Crystal Cove Island
Crystal Cove Island: Your Slice of Philippine Paradise!
- Cove 1
- View deck
- Breathtaking views – Views of Boracay, Romblon, & Sibuyan Island
- Cove 2 (Prepare to enter a tunnel)
- Breathtaking views
- Bay watch – 360° view of Boracay, Caticlan, Romblon, Turtle Island, and Sibuyan Island.
- Swimming in the coves is *allowed only during calm sea conditions.
- The water level in the coves varies between high tide and low tide.
A Day in Paradise at Crystal Cove Island
Frequently Asked Questions
Admission and Access
Tickets can be purchased online through our website or at the entrance cashier upon arrival at Crystal Cove Island.
The ticket includes two cove adventures, trekking, breathtaking views, bay watching with a 360-degree view of the surrounding islands, and swimming during calm sea conditions.
Please note that the duration of your stay depends largely on your chartered boat service, with unlimited island access from 8 AM to 4 PM.
Seniors and persons with disabilities (PWDs) receive a 20% discount upon presenting a valid ID at the cashier.
For children, discounts are based on height:
- below 3 feet is free,
- 3 to 4 feet gets a 50% discount, and
- regular rates apply for children 4 feet and above.
The island opens at 8 AM and closes at 5:00 PM. The LAST ENTRY is at 4:00 PM, and all guests must exit by 5 PM.
For the best experience, we recommend arriving between 8 am to 4 PM.
Access to Crystal Cove Island is exclusively via boat transfer. You can either rent a private boat or join an island-hopping group tour, readily available at Boracay’s front beach.
Stay and Facilities
Visitors can stay on the island anytime between 8 am to 5 pm
We do not offer overnight accommodation as we are solely a recreational and day tour area.
Snack bites and drinks are available, but full meals are not offered. It’s advisable to bring extra cash if you’re looking to grab a bite or quench your thirst.
We highly recommend wearing slippers because the rocks inside the coves and along the pathways can be slippery and sharp.
It’s a good idea to bring some. Admission fees often aren’t included in your chartered boat, so cash is useful for that. Also, it’s handy for snacks and souvenirs.
We accept GCash, PayMaya, and credit cards too!
Unfortunately, we do not provide tour guides. Your boatman typically serves this role, but in their absence, you can download our guide map for island navigation.
Please ensure not to leave your belongings unattended, as monitoring them can be challenging due to the constant flow of people.
During rough sea conditions, swimming is not permitted for safety reasons. However, you are most welcome to swim inside the coves when the sea is calm.