Henann Regency Resort and Spa, Henann Lagoon Resort
D*talipapa, Boat Station 2
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Henann Regency Resort and Spa, Henann Lagoon Resort, Henann Palm Beach Resort, Boracay Mandarin Island Hotel, Boracay Uptown, Boracay Tropics Resort Hotel, La Carmela De Boracay Resort Hotel, Eurotel Boracay, Seabird International Resort, The Blue Veranda Suites at Boracay
Currently, there are around 89 hotels that you can book in Station 2
If you want to be where a lot of actions take place, then Station 2 is your best choice in the tourist magnet White Beach. This is the epicenter of the famed beach wherein restaurants, D’Mall, and entertainment hubs are located. Experience the best social atmosphere with jam-packed people both local and foreign enjoying the night away. Station 2 is the most accessible station among the three stations on White Beach.
Going by plane is the fastest and most convenient transport option. There are several direct flights from Manila to Boracay. Airlines such as Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, AirAsia, and SkyJet Airlines serve daily flights to Kalibo International Airport or Caticlan Airport. From either airport, you’ll head to Caticlan Jetty Port going to Cagban Jetty Port via motorized boats. Take a trike or your service vehicle to Station 2.
You have two options if you want to travel on a ferry or boat ride to Boracay. You can head to Dumaguit Port in Aklan or take a combination of land and sea travel through the Roll On - Roll Off (RORO) from Batangas port to Roxas port then to Caticlan.
You can take scheduled air conditioned buses traveling from Manila to Batangas port. Take an overnight ferry to Odiongan, Romblon. Transfer to another boat at Looc or Santa Fe port heading to Boracay. Other routes that will pass Caticlan are going to other parts of Luzon and Cagayan de Oro.
The best way to appreciate Station 2’s wonder is by roaming on foot. If you want to explore the nearby stations or attractions around, you can take a trike or ride a boat.
Be mindful of the new entry process to this island. It is required to present your confirmed Boracay hotel reservation at the designated verification booth at both the Kalibo and Caticlan airports.
Explore D’Mall, Boracay’s main open-air mall. The charming street market vibe of the establishment gives it a colorful yet relaxed appeal. From shopping to chowing in, you’ll almost find basically everything that you need. It is made up of 3 areas: Main Street, Local Market or Palengke, and Beach Bordering Area.
You don’t need to be a part of Ariel’s world to be a mermaid or merman. You can make this fantasy come true with the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy. The academy welcomes all races, ages, and sizes. A 90-minute session includes mermaid’s tail, photo ops, mermaid swimming lesson, mermaid certificate from International Mermaid Swimming Instructors Association.
If you want activities off the mainland, sign up to Mainland Adventures eco-tour and choose your adventure. You can trek on a river or waterfall, go on a cave tour, kayak on the ocean, or simply chill on the falls.
Experience the spectacular aerial view of the islands with Boracay Helicopter Tour. For a good 10 to 20 minutes, see the stunning landscape of Boracay and outlying islands like Carabao and Crocodile Island. Don’t forget to take snaps during your ride!
With plenty of massage parlors and spa treatment, why not spoil yourself to a relaxing deep massage session. You can opt to check out classic spa massages at Mandala Spa resort. You can try their Cleopatra Milk Bath and Asian Signature Massage.
Can there be more magical than Boracay’s golden hour? Arguably one of the best sunsets in the country, if not in the world, sunset viewing is a surreal activity that you should not miss.
You can check out a variety of restaurants and food joints here in Station 2. D’Talipapa is Boracay’s biggest seafood market. Buy your own seafood and serve it to you freshly cooked. For an all-day breakfast American cuisine, and mouthwatering Calamansi Muffins, Real Coffee and Tea Cafe is your home sweet home. If you plan to take home a box of Calamansi Muffins, best to request it a day ahead.
For budget yet tasty dining experience, Smoke Resto offers a selection of Pinoy and grill dishes. Its branches are located in D’Mall and at the Main Road. Los Indios Bravos Restaurant brave on serving not only Filipino dishes but also American and Mediterranean flavors.
The focal point of White Beach’s nightlife takes place around Station 2. D’Mall thrives with most of the bars, clubs, and restaurants in the area. If you want to make the most of your bar hopping, best to party and make friends with Pub Crawl.
Enjoy an epic night with a group of 40 to 150 people, both local and foreign alike and visit 5 different bars or clubs. You’ll even get a free liquor shot at every stop! For a loud and proud nightspot, head on to Club GOLD and be entertained with their hilarious drag shows and live DJ shows.
You’ll never be short of accommodation options in Station 2. There are an array of hotels and resorts to fit your taste and budget. If you’re looking for luxurious beachfront accommodation, check in at Hennan Palm Beach Resort, Hennan Crystal Sands, Boracay Uptown, or The District Boracay. For a more budget-friendly option, you can book your stay at La Carmela de Boracay Resort Hotel, Alamo Bay Inn, and Fat Jimmy’s Resort Boracay.