As of writing Boracay is making name through one of it's activity the cliff diving at Ariel's point and another, the helmet diving. of the two, we were able to experience the helmet diving. Being the only one in the group that is up to jumping cliffs, my suggestion to try out Ariel's point was vetoed regardless of the buffet and unlimited beer that comes with the price of 1400 per head.
Along with the helmet diving, we got to experience the flying fish (more on this later) and island hoping in a package. I forgot how much per head it costs but there'll be lot of people along the shore who'd offer you good packages just sharpen your haggling skills and you're good to go.
We first did the flying fish as we were 7 in the group, we had 2 fishes (yeap that's what I decided to call them). One would be a group of 4 and 3 on the other fish. I say to fully enjoy this, just go with the 2's hahaha. On our first round was seated at the middle end part which proved to be the trickiest part (for me since my leg and arm power is not that good) thus I was dragged out into the ocean before deciding to let go. The guide wasn;t able to see me flying out of the fish because I am too small luckily my companions were able to notice me missing HAHA. It was an experience worthwhile specially if you are riding with friends and one of you happens to fly out of it just like me.
After the adrenaline induced ride we were taken at the spot for helmet diving. A pre-orientation of what and what not to do is given in groups. The whole boat seemed to be divided into 6 parts where each parts handled/owned by separate groups. The key for this activity is not to panic and learn how to pop out the pressure from your ears. The view at the bottom is awesome and I would've ventured far from the site if not only for the oxygen wire that's keeping me in place. See for yourself!