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Backpacking, independent travel, and flashpacking are cheaper than the "cheapest package tours" and promotional offers around but you can also use travel information for family vacations, even romantic honeymoon destinations.
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Tutubi's little sister recently visited Boracay, stayed at the posh Shangri-La Boracay resort yet spent only PhP800.00 there.
How did she do that? She got to Boracay with so little budget? It was actually an all expense paid for by her BFF :P
Parasailing involves you hovering above the water harnessed to some sort of a parachute being pulled by a speedboat. This "thing to do in Boracay" has been there for ages yet usual parasailing tour rates is around PhP2000.00/head but Tutubi's little sister got it a a cheap price. (There must be something his li'l sister knows that he doesn't, eh?)
well, Tutubi just posted here to answer the question how much is parasailing in Boracay?
answer: Boracay parasailing cost is PhP800.00/head for 15 minutes
is parasailing safe? of course, accidents do happen. there was a reported death due to parasailing accident in Boracay in 2009 but it's an isolated incident.