The Bora Bora Cay tropical Philippines island homes and beach estate is centrally located on the picturesque island of Tablas – the largest of a chain of islands that make up Romblon province. Tablas Island is located in the middle of the Philippines archipelago and is situated only ten miles from the world renowned white sand beaches and gin blue waters of Boracay.
The tropical Philippines island homes of Bora Bora Cay are easily reached with convenient access from Manila via daily air flights and ferries, as well as a short boat ride from Boracay.
Air: Tablas Island can be reached by directly via a direct 45 minute flight from Manila Domestic Airport (MNL) to Tugdan Airport (TBH) on Tablas Island. The airport is conveniently located a short 20 minute drive from the Bora Bora Cay tropical Philippines island beach estate.
Bora Bora Cay is also accessible via Caticlan Airport (MPH) and Kalibo International Airport (KLO) in Aklan Province which serves as the main gateways to Boracay Island. Travelers can reach Tablas Island via regularly scheduled ferries and banca pumpboats with morning and evening departures from the Caticlan (Boracay) pier. Passengers have several travel options either by taking a leisurely cruise to Odiongan (the main port city of Tablas), a regularly scheduled pumpboat to Looc (home of the well-known fish sanctuary) or direct private chartered pumpboat to the Bora Bora Cay estate and tropical Philippines island homes.
Ferries: Ferryboats are available to transport both passengers and cargo seven days a week from Batangas City seaport to the main port city of Odiongan on Tablas Island – a short 20 minute drive from the beach estate. The roll-on roll-off (RoRo) ferry service can carry automobiles and heavy household items providing convenient daily access to the island.
Tablas Island: Visitors have access to numerous means of transportation, including rental vehicles and motorbikes, as well as pedicabs and Jeepneys, which regularly ply the public roads and offer a convenient and inexpensive way to travel and enjoy views of the lush Philippine countryside and ocean vistas.