Welcome to Boracay!
Water Fun. The beach beckons
for some serious swimming, or just wading by the shore. For the
more active vacationer, windsurfing and parasailing gear are readily
available. Go sailing with the help of local sailors who are acutely
attune to the rhythms of the sea. You can also try diving off
Diving. The underwater
world of Boracay is particularly interesting because of its rich
marine life which is highly visible against the pure, white sand.
Coral reefs still continue to thrive around the island. Diving
and snorkelling gear (including diving trips for the seasoned
diver and lessons for the neophytes) are available at many diving
centers or establishments in the island. Among the notable ones
are Calypso Diving and the Red Coral Diving School.
This sports has also gain popularity in the island. Guided mountain
biking trips which cover Boracay's environs or nearby islands
are available to the neophyte as well as the seasoned biker. Mountain
bikes are available for rent at most sports centers in Boracay.
Watching the sunset right on White Beach is one of the highlights
of a Boracay trip. The breathtaking display of colors in the sky
is spectacular and unique as it blends with Boracay's horizon.
Star Gazing. In
Boracay, there's plenty of room to sit back and look to the heavens
for inspiration. Whether you're mooning over a sea of stars, watching
the parade of white clouds, or basking in moonlight, be sure to
keep your eyes open for a falling star. The visual delights never
end specially at every setting of the sun, when the sun cries
out in blazing, flaming colors, before it is finally laid to sleep.
There are over a dozen beaches dotting the islands. Bamboo outriggers
ferry guests for a small fee. The choices are many: White Beach,
Diniwid, Balinghai Beach, Manoc-manoc Beach and Cagban Beach among
others. Work on your tan, read a book, relax.
Saddle Up. Stables
are located near White Beach. Head towards the caves of Yapak,
or just go where the horse takes you. Bicycles are also up for
rent. Riders are advised to stay on inland paths.
The gourmet may be surprised at the treat that awaits in Boracay.
Numerous restaurants, mostly located right at the beach front,
serve sumptuous international cuisine - American, Singaporean,
Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, French, Spanish, Thai and Filipino.
Seafood dripping fresh straight from the sea; fresh fruits and
juices-heavenly to taste! wine and liquor choice is wide as well.
the last hours of the day at any of Boracay's bars or discos.
Beer in hand, you can dance in the sand with a few brilliant fireflies.
If this seems too rowdy for your taste, take a stroll in the beach
by the moonlight.
Do reserve some time for souvenir shopping. A wide choice of locally
handpainted, tiedyed or batik clothing (caps, sarongs, shirts,
shorts), shellcraft, paintings by local artists, and other island
mementos are available at the beachfront stalls or talipapa. Haggling
is being practiced and even encouraged.
What To Do
|:: scuba diving
||:: kayak and paddle boats
||:: pool table
||:: table tennis
|:: beach badminton
||:: beach volleyball
||:: boating and fishing trips
|:: sunset cruises
|:: par 72 world class golf
|:: banana boat
||:: island boat tour
||:: bike/scooter hire
||:: motorbike hire
||:: 10-pin bowling