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The Philippines Sailing Challenge - Large Minority
9 days

The Philippines Sailing Challenge

Start and end in Boracay
Tour Operator:
Large Minority
Max group size:
35
Age range:
18 to 65
Operated in:
English
Tour id:
97285
Private available:
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US $3,625
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Highlights

  • Board a locally skippered trimaran
  • Sail the islands around Boracay
  • Swim in crystal clear water
  • Work with local communities

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Itinerary

Start and end in Boracay! With the Adventure tour The Philippines Sailing Challenge, you have a 9 days tour package taking you through Boracay, Philippines. The Philippines Sailing Challenge includes accommodation, an expert guide, insurance, meals, transport and more.
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  1. Introduction
  1. Day 1: Arrival & Training
  2. Day 2: Carabao Island
  3. Day 3: Santa Fe
  4. Day 4: Ferrol
  5. Day 5: Ferrol
  6. Day 6: Argao
  7. Day 7: Buruanga
  8. Day 8: Boracay
  9. Day 9: Boracay
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What's Included

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  • Accommodation
  • Guide
  • Insurance
  • Meals
  • Additional Services
  • Transport
  • Flights
  • Additional Services

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Customer Reviews

  • S
    · March 19th, 2017
    The Lanka Challenge was an unforgettable holiday. A perfect mix between adventure and relaxation. Large Minority does create unique experiences.
    Trip date: November 2016
  • OP
    · February 22nd, 2017
    I did the Lanka Challenge in 2013 and the Philippines Challenge in 2016 and honestly, they will likely be two of the best trips I ever do. The Large Minority way of travel is unique in that it actually enables you to have real-life, proper adventures.... Show more
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    Trip date: September 2013
  • RB
    · February 22nd, 2017
    I have joined Large Minority on two different occasions: (i) the Tuk Tuk Challenge in Sri Lanka and (ii) the Sailing Challenge in the Philippines. On both occasions, they did not disappoint. In fact, both trips were some of the best trips we have ever... Show more
    Trip date: October 2016
  • MP
    · February 22nd, 2017
    These guys provide the best holiday and adventure experiences I have ever had the pleasure to enjoy and I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone who wants a holiday adventure that challenges them and lets them see the real and beautiful places and... Show more
    Trip date: October 2016

Dates & Availability

9 days
The Philippines Sailing Challenge
From Boracay to Boracay
No credit card fees

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    Friday
    19 Nov, 2021
    English
    Saturday
    27 Nov, 2021
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    18 Nov, 2022
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    Saturday
    26 Nov, 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions

    • Do I need vaccinations before I come to the Philippines?

      This is completely up to you, but generally it’s a good idea to be up-to-date with standard vaccinations like Tetanus, Hap A and Polio. Other jabs to consider are Tuberculosis, Meningitis and Typhoid. Anti-malaria meds might also be a good idea. If in doubt, check with your GP.

    • What’s the weather going to be like?

      Pretty good, if warm is good that is. It’s really hot between March and May, a little bit cooler from November to February and it’s the rainy season from June to October. But a good traveler knows that off-peak season means lower rates in airfares, and maybe the beer too! Just be forewarned that the months between July and September have the odd typhoon.

    • What languages are spoken in the Philippines?

      There are two national languages spoken in the Philippines; Tagalog and English. With that said, don’t get us started on the over 100 different island dialects. Don’t worry too much – your crew will all speak English.

    • Will there be internet connection throughout this sailing adventure?

      Nope. Not surprisingly open water in The Philippines doesn’t have a super sweet WiFi connection. So put those phones away unplug and enjoy it! If you can’t, the start and finish hotels do have internet and there will be a couple along the way that will let you check-in.

    • Is it expensive in the Philippines?

      Not really. Some luxuries can be a little pricey (hence the ‘luxury’ bit), but for the most part it’s super reasonable. Food for lunch will typically cost you 5-10 dollars and beer generally under a buck or 2.

    • Can the route change?

      We try to stick to the original route and accommodation as much as possible, but they can be subject to change from time to time.

    • Who needs a visa to the Philippines?

      Ah visas, our old nemesis. You can find all the info and apply online:
      http://itsmorefuninthephilippines.co.uk/travel-information/getting-here/

    • Do I need to bring my own camping gear?

      Nope. We’ll provide the sleeping bags and the marshmallows as necessary. However, it might be good to bring a torch.

    • When do registrations close?

      30 days before the Challenge starts.

    • Once I register what other docs do I need?

      Once your registration is locked and loaded, we’ll email you and ask you to provide us with:

      A passport copy for each team member (we promise not to laugh at the photos).
      Your arrival and departure details.

      We’ll double check all these docs on the ground, so please bring copies with you.

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    Good to Know

    • Currency
      Philippine Peso
      Philippines
    • Plugs & Adapters

      As a traveller from USA, Canada you will need an adaptor for types C, E, F. As a traveller from England, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa you will need an adaptor for types A, B, C, E, F.

      Type A
      Philippines
      Type B
      Philippines
      Type C
      Philippines
      Type E
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      Type F
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    • Vaccines
      • These are only indications, so please visit your doctor before you travel to be 100% sure.
      • Typhoid - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
      • Hepatitis A - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
      • Cholera - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
      • Tuberculosis - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 3 months before travel.
      • Hepatitis B - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 2 months before travel.
      • Yellow fever - Certificate of vaccination required if arriving from an area with a risk of yellow fever transmission for Philippines. Ideally 10 days before travel.
      • Japanese B encephalitis - Recommended for Philippines. Ideally 1 month before travel.
    • Visa
      • Unfortunately we cannot offer you a visa application service. Whether you need a visa or not depends on your nationality and where you wish to travel. Assuming your home country does not have a visa agreement with the country you're planning to visit, you will need to apply for a visa in advance of your scheduled departure.
      • Here is an indication for which countries you might need a visa. Please contact the local embassy for help applying for visas to these places.
    • Payment information
      • For any tour departing before March 24th, 2021 a full payment is necessary. For tours departing after March 24th, 2021, a minimum payment of 20% is required to confirm your booking with Large Minority. The final payment will be automatically charged to your credit card on the designated due date. The final payment of the remaining balance is required at least 60 days prior to the departure date of your tour. TourRadar never charges you a booking fee and will charge you in the stated currency.
      • Some departure dates and prices may vary and Large Minority will contact you with any discrepancies before your booking is confirmed.
      • The following cards are accepted for "Large Minority" tours: Visa, Maestro, Mastercard, American Express or PayPal. TourRadar does NOT charge you an extra fee for using any of these payment methods.
    • Accessibility
      Some tours are not suitable for mobility-restricted traveller, however, some operators may be able to accommodate special requests. For any enquiries, you can contact our customer support team, who are ready and waiting to help you.

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