Boracay is a small island located in the Philippines. It is located about 315 km south of Manila. It is also located 2 km from the Western tip of Panay in the Western Visayas Region of the Philippines. The island of Boracay is an island that has received numerous awards and is often exhibited in holiday magazines. The island of Boracay also consists of various residents such as Manoc-Manoc, Balabag and Yapak. The island of Boracay is administered by the Infrastructure and Tourism Authority and the Aklan Provincial Government. The island of Boracay is also known as one of the major tourist destinations in the world as the island has white sandy beaches. The island of Boracay was awarded as the world's best island in 2012 by the international magazine, Travel + Leisure. However, the Philippine government has closed the island for six months beginning in April 2018 for renovations works. This enhancement is mainly for its sewerage system. In October 2018, the island of Boracay was reopened for the public with some new rules introduced to maintain the cleanliness of the island.
The peak and busiest times of Boracay are in January followed by July and March. Hotel prices, as well as flight tickets, will be higher than any other months. However, you can still get great deals if you book a flight or accommodation ticket earlier. The lesser month with travelers is in December. You can get cheap flight tickets and hotels if you are visiting Boracay that month.
Mactan-Cebu International Airport - This airport is an airport that serves the Cebu area. It is in the Central Visayas region. This airport is the second busiest airport in the Philippines after Ninoy Aquino International Airport. This airport is in Lapu-Lapu City on the Island of Mactan, a part of Metro Cebu. The Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority managed the airport. This airport is known as the first international resort airport in the world. This airport is also a hub for Cebu Pacific and Pan Pacific Airlines. With an area of 797 hectares, this airport has a single runway with the length of 3,300 m.
Godofredo P. Ramos Airport - The airport is also known as the Caticlan Airport. Today, this airport is known as Boracay Airport by Transaire developer. Godofredo P. Ramos Airport is a service airport in the Malay municipalities, located in the Aklan region of the Philippines. This airport is one of the main entrances to Boracay. The airport is recognized as a Class 2 airport by the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority. The Godofredo P. Ramos Airport is the seventh busiest airport in the Philippines and the third busiest in the Western Visayas region. It operated more than 761,961 passengers in 2008 — the airport named after Godofredo P. Ramos, a former member of Congress. If you are coming from Manila, you can board a flight at Ninoy Aquino International Airport to get to Caticlan Airport or Godofredo P. Ramos Airport. There are direct flights available to get to Caticlan-Boracay. You can board the Cebu Pacific to get to Caticlan-Boracay. You can get a deal from PHP 4,292 for a return ticket between Caticlan-Boracay and Manila.
From February to March, the temperatures in Boracay is usually ranging from 25 °C to 32 °C. It will further increase from 28 °C to 38 °C during the starting of the hot season. The temperature in Boracay can drop until 20 °C during the tropical storm season.