Boracay Travel Guide
Boracay is often the first island that comes to mind when people think of gorgeous places to visit in the Philippines. This beautiful postcard perfect island is only small at 7kms long and 1km wide but its coastline is full of stunning powdery white beaches and a range of great resorts to suit all kinds of budgets.
Most activities on Boracay are linked to the crystal clear waters. Visitors spend their day’s snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and more. One of the most popular things to do is island hopping, with tours regularly taking tourists to places such as Balinghai Beach, Crystal Cove, Crocodile Island, Magic island West Cove and Puka Beach.
As the sunsets, tourists flock to the beach bars and restaurants. The sunsets are stunning here and the nightlife is plentiful.
Below, you will find our best guides to Boracay so you can have the best time possible in this gorgeous destination.
Across the beaches of Boracay, you’ll find a range of accommodation options. Station One is in the north and an area well known for its first class resorts. For those wanting to be in the heart of it all, Station Two in the centre is the ideal area, while Station Three is where you’ll find some of the more affordable accommodation options.
For more information, read our guide below to book the perfect Boracay accommodation for your trip.
There are no direct flights to Boracay, so you’ll need to fly from Manila into Caticlan or Kalibo Airport on Panay Island. From here, make your way to Caticlan Jetty Port and take a short boat to the island. For more information, read our detailed guides below on how to travel to Boracay.
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