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About Boracay and Places to Visit

Awarded the title of ‘Best Island in the World’ by the international travel magazine, Travel + Leisure, the island of Boracay has emerged as one of the top destinations for its rejuvenating atmosphere and happening nightlife. Despite the fact that it is 7kms long and merely 1 km wide, there is no dearth of tourist attractions in Boracay. The beautiful white beaches, adventurous water sports, and exotic flora and fauna excite tourists and locals alike. The city of Boracay has something for people of all ages.

Main Attractions

Ariel’s Point is a perfect place to explore the raw beauty of the Philippines. It has over five cliff-diving platforms. Other activities here include kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, and paddleboarding. The BBQ buffet, delicious afternoon snacks, and the best deal on drinks make Ariel’s point a favorite among tourists.

D’ Mall is the one-stop-shop for all your retail needs. The mall is home to several restaurants, dessert houses, souvenir shops, boutiques, and bars.

Crystal Cove Islands are a must-visit if you wish to explore the wildlife in Boracay. It offers a multitude of activities like snorkeling, boating, and swimming. Having a good camera is a must as the Islands promise some great Instagram worthy pictures.

Motag Living Museum is the first interactive living museum in the Philippines. It offers great insights into traditional Boracan culture and how the island was before tourists started visiting it.

Recommended Dishes in Boracay

Boracay is famous for its steak and fresh seafood. Some of the popular dishes include Classic Pork Sinigang, crabs and prawns cooked in garlic and butter, Lechon Kawali and Chicken Inasal. A trip to Boracay is incomplete if you don’t dive headfirst into the cheesy goodness of their cuisine. Two Seasons Pizza, Brick Oven Pizzas, pasta, and Risottos are sure to satisfy all cheese lovers. Obama Grill, Sands, BarLO Resto Lounge, Forno Osteria, Tartine, and Los Indios Bravos are some of the popular restaurants that offer the best of Boracan cuisine at affordable prices.

How to Reach Boracay

Godofredo P. Ramos Airport is the nearest airport to the city of Boracay. It serves the municipality of Malay and is located in the province of Aklan. Another airport close to the city is the Kalibo International Airport. The airport connects Kalibo to Manila, Shanghai, and Seoul. The main mode of public transport in Boracay are tricycles. They are the Phillippean version of Tuk Tuk and can carry as many as 8 passengers.

Best time to visit Boracay

The months between November and February are the best months to visit Boracay. The weather during these months is not so humid which is ideal for activities like swimming and diving. While the temperature in Boracay is moderate throughout the year, the months between May and October experience heavy rainfall.

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Questions and Answers

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Which are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Boracay?

OYO hotels offer a variety of rooms to choose from at the best available prices like Standard Double Room, Standard Triple Room, Superior double room, Deluxe Double Rooms, Deluxe Twin Rooms, Suite Triple and Suite Family etc. You can choose the type of room suitable to your needs. The price ranges from ₱910 to ₱3611 per night. Also, they are offering a 30% discount on all the bookings.

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What are some of the best destinations around Boracay for a weekend getaway?

Boracay is the best place for a weekend getaway with friends and family. If you like to be sun-kissed then you should go to the White Beach, Yapak beach or the Diniwid beach which are beautiful and less crowded and you can do deep water diving, kitesurfing etc. or if you are an adventure seeker then you can go to different tours with your buddies all around the island like the Malumpati Cold spring tour, seven wonders tour or have fun at the world famous Boracay water walkers which will give you unforgettable memories and great pictures for your album.

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What is the weather usually like in Boracay?

Boracay has a tropical climate, with a temperature of around 88°Farenheit (30°Celsius) and humidity of 75%. The rainy season is also known as Habagat and it usually starts around June and continues till mid of October. The dry season also known as Amihan commences in November and ends in May. The hottest and the coldest months are March-May and December respectively.

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Do OYO hotels in Boracay accept credit cards for payment?

OYO 409 Bans Beach Resort accepts Credit Card Payments.

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What all adventure sports does Boracay offer?

Want to have an adrenaline-filled experience? The island of Boracay has a lot to offer when it comes to adventure sports; go for eco-adventures like Stand-paddling, kayaking and snorkelling at Ariel’s point. Have the thrill of a lifetime and experience cliff-jumping with 5 different levels with 1 My Boracay tour guide.

For all the water sports enthusiasts, Boracay is also home to windsurfing; where you can sail with strong winds while riding the waves. Go for a great experience into the sky and try Parasailing at the White Beach which gives a beautiful view of the beach from above and a bird’s eye view of the whole island with your loved one in a seat covered by a colourful parachute.

Another activity at Boracay Island is Reverse Bungee, which skyrockets you 60 meters above the sea level at a raging speed of 200kmph, an adventurous way to view the sky, sea and the sand. For all those who want to experience the on-ground adventures, they can try visiting the Crystal Caves where you get to see minerals glittering in the stones on the roof. Other interesting caves are the Bat caves where you can see the bats flying around in the dusk; these caves also have bigger fruit bats or the flying foxes around them. Though it can get a tad bit intimidating to have a squeaking bat swooping by your head when you can’t even see it but that’s what Bat Caves are known for.

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What to eat in Boracay?

With the beautiful beaches pulling you to its shores the food is no less. Have lip-smacking Asian food like Cha Ca La Vong and Beef Rendang at Fat Rice. Have the most delectable Poke Bowls and Yakitori Snacks at Poketo. Have a complete island experience with a plate of oysters at Percy Seafood. Try Diavolo’s brick oven pizzas and their Neapolitan pizza serves with slow-cooked Porchetta ham. Satisfy your sweet tooth at Sugar cloud with their Mango Bingsu with Lychee Ice Cream which will take you all the way to cloud 9.

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Tips for finding a perfect hotel in Boracay

Boracay is not a huge city; still, you don’t want to be stranded in a hotel or a resort with no places to visit around it. If you are looking for a quiet and an upscale place to stay then you should look for the area near Station 1 which has beaches nearby the beach quality and swimming is the best here. A great option at Station 1 is OYO 409 Bans Beach Resort which is a decent hotel at a great location with facilities such as Air-conditioned rooms, Queen Size beds, refrigerators, Daily Housekeeping etc. It has restaurants and bars nearby. Another great location in Station 3; it has a beachfront and is more kicked back and provides budget hotels to stay. OYO 124 Boracay is a great option for those looking for a decent place to stay near Station 3 with all the basic amenities.

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How do people in Boracay usually commute?

Getting to Boracay

Nearest airports: Caticlan airport is the nearest airport to Boracay, take a ferry from Caticlan port to reach the city which takes 20-25 minutes.

Kalibo Airport: It is almost 1 hour and 45 minutes from Caticlan port. Air-Conditioned airport transfer coaches are available to reach the port.

Within the City

Tricycle: Tricycle is a motorcycle with a sidecar you can easily move around the city from one destination to other in these tricycles and can hire it all by you by paying ₱100.

Multi cabs: These are small 8 seater vans which take you from one place to another within the city.

Boats: Moving around the coastal cities can be fun when you’re travelling in boats. These boats take you from Caticlan Port to Cagban Port where you need to pay ₱25 for pump boats and ₱30 for fast boats.

Mountain Bikes and Motorbikes: You can privately hire these mountain and motorbikes by paying rentals but driving these bikes are forbidden by law in some areas in the city.

Paraw: Another mode of commutation are these sailing paraws, it is a narrow hulled boat with outriggers on either side with passengers seated on the webbed platform between the supports. You can get this ride in the afternoon from Station 2 and enjoy the sunset sail or day trips around the island.

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What are some things to see and do in Boracay?

Visit the Museums: Visit the iconic Motag Living Museum an interactive museum that transposes you to another era when the island was famously known for its quiet farming communities. It is a 30-minute drive from Catlican, upon reaching there you will get to know the culture and more about the island’s history. Another museum is at The Dreamland dream Park and Trick Art Museum

Visit the Historical sites: Visit the famous chapels Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church, and Holy Rosary Parish. You might also want to visit Willy’s Rock it is an oddly shaped volcanic formation topped by a statue of the Virgin Mary.

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