Jumping Off a Cliff: Magic Island, Boracay
The tourists come to Magic Island for one thing, and for one thing only: cliff jumping. So bring your best waterproof camera, your best selfie stick, and your courage!
Because Magic Island is near Boracay, the water is as crystal clear as at Boracay. The water is also very clean.
It is worth noting that nearby Ariel's Point in Buruanga, Aklan has higher jumps. But, Magic Island is much less expensive, and you may jump unlimited times. Thus, Magic Island is good practice for higher jumps elsewhere.
Cliff Jumping at Magic Island, Boracay
Magic Island has several platforms, ranging from 3 meters (10 feet) to 10 meters (30 feet) high. The tide determines the actual lowest and highest jumps. The lowest jump is usually reserved for children.
First, you walk out onto a board over the water. The water is so clear that you can see the bottom through 10-meter (30-foot) to 12-meter (40-foot) deep water. The view from the top is of blue water and white boats.
Lifeguards will be on the cliff and in the water. If you are nervous, the crowds will encourage you. The seawater is salty enough to aid floating, but weaker swimmers may wear life jackets. After jumping, climb the ladder and go jump again!
Your Magic Island, Boracay Excursion
Jumping off a cliff at Magic Island is a fun way to end your island hopping package tour. Crystal Cove Island is nearby and makes for a good first destination.
While not jumping, watch the waves crash into the cliff. When it is your turn, friendly lifeguards can take action photos or videos for you.
After you finish cliff jumping, you may relax in a gazebo or cottage. Or, you can lie on the grass. Also, your package tour may include a meal.