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The island paradise of Boracay in the Western Visayas has been internationally recognized as one of the world’s best beaches. Its famed powdery white sand, pristine azure water, outdoor adventures, and spectacular sunset make Boracay the official summer travel destination.
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This world-class tropical heaven has teased and pleased beach-lovers here and abroad. It has contributed to the tourism industry’s growth with increasing tourist arrivals yearly. However, this boom had resulted to declining environmental conditions which lead to its temporary closure and rehabilitation. What was once a party place will turn now to a peaceful, sustainable resort island.
Even so, the fun never stops in Boracay. If bumming around and getting sun-kissed skin is not your thing, well you still never run out of things to do. Go group island hopping, parasailing, helmet-diving, or cliff diving. Enjoy the overlooking view of the island atop Mt. Luho. After the perfect sunset, the night is still alive at various hip bars along the beachfront.
The most popular mode of transportation in Boracay is by tricycle found all over, which is a motorcycle attached to a closed sidecar. Better if you hire them for a private trip so you can ensure a trike ride around. Or you can hire a habal-habal, a local single motorcycle. For short distance travel, nothing beats walking along the beaches!
Boracay is accessible by plane either through Kalibo International Airport or Godofredo P. Ramos Airport commonly known as Caticlan Airport. Boats operating from the Caticlan Jetty port will take you across the strait to Boracay.
Back to its postcard pretty state, tourists both local and foreign can marvel again at Boracay’s magnificent sunset. This enchanting island will take your heart away with breathtaking landscape, dreamy white sand beach, and new clean fun. Absolutely, there’s always something happening in Boracay! Aside from the White Beach, here are five of the tourist attractions you should visit:
A dreamy and fun spot for thrill-seekers, Ariel’s Point is one of the highlights you shouldn’t miss in Boracay. Apart from its picturesque waters, it’s famous for the 5 different levels of cliff diving and other water activities for rent like snorkeling, kayaking, and paddleboarding. Other inclusions with its day trip packages are BBQ buffet lunch, snacks, and unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
This oddly shaped volcanic formation is one of Boracay’s most recognizable and photographed landmarks. Located in the shallow water near Station 1, it’s the only commanding sight along the stretch of white sand coastline. A man-made staircase leads to a mini-chapel with the statue of Virgin Mary.
Discover Boracay in a different light. See the stunning panoramic view of the island at its highest peak, Mount Luho. Rising just 100 meters above sea level, even non-hikers can conquer the climb. The hike is worth it especially during sunset.
This serene spot got its name from abundance of crushed “Puka” shells which gives a distinct coarser sand as compared to the White Beach. The water is not usually calm and at sudden depth but the sound of the waves and less touristy vibe make it relaxing. Don’t forget to take a picture at the famous Puka Beach sign.
On a different island is where you can find, Diniwid Beach, White Beach “little cousin”. This secret hideaway of sand and rocks is a serene side of Boracay. Loosen up with a cold beer at hand at the tropical Spider House resort.
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Check out this simple 4 days and 3 nights itinerary:
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This trip plan can also be used for tours 3 days 2 nights (3D2N), 2 days 1 night (2D1N) or just 1 day. Traveloka first, explore Boracay later!