This spot is incredibly popular among tourists and you may have to wait your turn in the line to get a chance to dive off the slim planks. Because of its proximity to Boracay, it makes for a fun side trip if you are vacationing on the island and have time to spare.
There are two levels from which you can choose to jump: The lower level which is easier to accomplish and when you’re done with that and still want to challenge yourself, go and line up for the high plank.
It’s also an eco-adventure destination, which offers water activities such as kayaking and snorkeling, among other things. If you don’t feel like lining up for a second jump, you can always try another activity such as stand-up paddle boarding.