Mabuhay Pilipinas!

One of the best-known and most touristic islands in the Philippines is located in the south of Manila. Boracay is on the top lists of several travel publications and agencies all over the world very popular for its white sand, its nightlife and the postcard-perfect view of the beach line with all the hotels, restaurants and bars. It is one of the most popular world’s destination and serves almost 2 millions visitors each year.

Although criticized for its overcrowdedness and hypercommercialism, there are a bunch of things worth doing in the tropical island of Boracay; island hopping, scuba diving, parasailing, stand-up paddling, zorb and zipline, fly fish, cliff diving, ATV ride, mermaid swimming, beach sports, sunset watching, food trip, massage, henna tattoo, fire dancers and clubs to party !

After months of closing for cleaning, the new Boracay has finally opened its doors last October 2018!

Best time to travel?

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Weather in the Philippines is not that simple. The Philippines has four distinct climate zone. Globally, it enjoys a tropical climate that is for the most part hot and humid year-round, but can be roughly divided into a dry season. Always keep a raincoat or sweater in case of some rain! Below are some general estimations, but we do not guarantee them. Keep an one on typhoon, weather forecasts websites.

Blue: Best period to travel
Orange: Hot & humid season
Red: more likely rainy seasons


Cost of life

Contrary to popular belief, it is not expensive to stay in Boracay. There are several hotels and restaurants which are ridiculously affordable to everyone.

where to stay?

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What and where to eat?

  1. Fresh Seafood There is nothing better than eating seafoods near the seashore right. If you want to eat like a local try to go to D’Talipapa Market on Station 2, where they sell fresh seafood ingredients then simply go to one of the nearby restaurants and have them cook it for you.
  2. Eat Filipino food at the Jeepney Stop
  3. Meet friendly waiters and enjoy an entertaining music show at the Hobbit
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Top attractions

White Beach
(one of the most popular ones)

Puka Beach

Bulabog Beach aka Back Beach
(Windsurfers and Kitesurfers)

Mount Luho
(highest point in Boracay)

Motag Living Museum
(an open air museum)

Epic Club Boracay

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