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Crocodile Island

The island’s name may trick you, but there are no actual crocodiles on this island. Crocodile Island -- named after its crocodile-like form -- is one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in Boracay.

Almost every Boracay tour makes a stop in Crocodile Island, thanks to the exhilarating activities — swimming, snorkeling, and even scuba diving — that you can enjoy here. Explore the island’s underwater beauty and prepare to be amazed at its rich and diverse marine life — bright corals, friendly fishes of different size and colours will surely render anyone breathless. If you’re done with the water, head over to the uninhabited island — it’s quaintness and tranquility seems to invite everyone to just lie down on the sand and enjoy the Boracay sun.



Crocodile Island is located in the southern tip of Boracay, 20-minutes away from the main island.


Opening Days and Hours

Tours to Crocodile Island is only until 16:00.


Entry Fee and Bookings

Tours which include a stop at Crocodile Island cost PhP 1400 (USD 27).


How to Get There

  • Fly from Manila to Caticlan Airport via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.
  • From Caticlan Airport, take a tricycle to the port.
  • Board a boat to Boracay.
  • From Boat Station 1, board a boat to Crocodile Island.


Suggested For

  • Backpackers/solo travelers
  • Couples
  • Group of friends
  • Families


Time to Spend

Average time spent on this island is 1 hour.


Popularity and Best Time to Go

Best time to visit Crocodile Island is between 10:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 16:00.



  • Snorkeling
  • Swimming
  • Scuba Diving



The nearest dining places are in White Beach. Choose from Tito’s Boracay, Gerry’s Grill, Paradiso Grill, Steakhouse Boracay, Johnie’s Restaurant, and Gorio’s. Tours offer free water.


Nearby Attractions

  • Ariel’s Point
  • Puka Shell Beach
  • Diniwid Beach
  • White Beach



Hotels also offer accommodations at a higher rate, usually between USD 60 to USD 200. Hotel options include Bluelily Hotel, Willy’s Beach Hotel, White House Beach Resort, Estacio Uno Resort, Agos Hotel, and Mandala Spa and Resort Villas. If you’re on a budget, you can opt for homestays around Boracay that offer accommodations starting at PhP 500 (USD 10) a night.

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