Exclusivity and luxury come with a price. But for a budget traveller like me, let me share a hack to experience Boracay Station Zero and Crimson Boracay at a minimum.
Situated in the island’s most exclusive location, uniquely coined as Station Zero, Crimson Resort & Spa Boracay offers a private and undisturbed white sand beach and mystic clear waters.
From our hotel in Station Two, we booked a multi-cab for P200.00 going to Crimson. Day tour guest registration opens at 10:00am.
After registration, we didn’t take much time to change and get ready for a dip and of course, photo ops. Their hotel staffs took good photos. They also suggested spots and angles.
Aside from swimming and sunbathing, we also took advantage of the water activities like kayaking and paddle boarding for more arm works and exercise.
After having fun in the waters and sand, time to take some gastronomic experience. The day pass includes P1,500.00 consumable good for a lunch and snack at Azure Beach Club. The resto offers a selection of authentic Asian menu like Japanese, Korean and Indian tandoori and curries. They also have Filipino dishes like lechon kawali and adobo.
Heading to Boracay? Experience it yourself. Why not Seize the Day and get your fill of sunshine and water fun with Crimson Boracay day pass.
At Php 2,000 per person, you can use the main pool, access to Station Zero’s 3000 sqm beachfront, enjoy 1,500 dining credits at the Azure Beach Club or an hour’s worth of soothing tranquility at the Aum Spa.
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