Boracay is an island situated in the Philippines just 315 km away from the capital city of Manila. Boracay has received its reputation for having one of the best tropical island views and stunning picturesque beaches as well as receiving numerous awards from travel publications and agencies. Since Boracay is popular for its white sandy beaches and stunning views of the sunset as well as the magnificent layout of its geography, it has become one of the top destinations for relaxation and tranquility. Boracay was nominated as the best island in the world in 2012 from the famous international travel magazine, Travel + Leisure. In 2014, the resort island won the first place of the Best Islands in the World list published by the international magazine, Conde Nast Traveler. In 2016, Boracay was listed as one of the Top 10 Destinations to Watch. The island has been re-opened after its extended renovation closure in April 2018 and is now opened for public access again.
Boracay experiences two distinct weather patterns known locally as the Amihan and the Habagat seasons. Amihan translates to "a cool northeast wind," and Hagabat means "west or southwest wind or southwest monsoon." The Amihan season is distinctive with its moderate temperatures and little to no rainfall as well as accompanied by the wind from the northeast. On the other hand, the Habagat season is distinctive with its hot and humid weather with frequent heavy rainfall and wind from the west. The Amihan season usually occurs between October to June while the Hagabat season starts from late June to September.
Camiguin Airport (CGM) -Camiguin Airport is an airport that serves the area of Mambajao, situated in the province of Camiguin, Philippines. The airport is classified as a minor domestic airport that connects all other airports in the Philippines to the city of Camiguin. It is the central hub for Cebu Pacific Airlines.
Kalibo International Airport (KLO) -This airport is an international airport serving the area of Kalibo, the capital of the province of Aklan in the Philippines and this is also the airport that connects you directly to Boracay. It is the fastest-growing airport in the Philippines in terms of passenger traffic. The airport is located 2 km away from Kalibo and 68 km away from Caticlan port in Malay. This airport also served both regular and chartered flights as well as the hub for Cebu Pacific Airlines, Pan Pacific Airlines and Philippines AirAsia.
Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH) -This airport is also known as the Caticlan Airport and serves the province of Aklan. It is one of the two gateways into Boracay. Although it is not an international airport that serves direct flights for international routes, this airport is connected to all major domestic routes and is still accessible if you choose to take transit flights.
Daytime temperatures on Boracay generally range from 25–32 °C from the beginning of the Amihan season into February or March, and increase to the 28–38 °C range with the onset of the Habagat season. During the Tropical Storm periods, temperatures can fall below 20 °C. Tropical Storms can impact Boracay at any time of year but are most likely to be seen during the Habagat season.