Welcome To Boracay

Boracay is famous for its long stretch of stunning powder white beaches, crystal blue water, tropical palms and flowering plants. One of the most visited destination in the Philippines and is a paradise for certified beach and sun-worshipers around the world.

Boracay was named ‘Best Beach island’ in 2012 by Travel + Leisure magazine

For beach connoisseurs, Boracay competes with the best beaches in more popular destinations such as the Caribbean and the South Pacific as well as neighboring Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. For those wanting to just lounge around and top up their tan, beachfront hotels usually have lounge chairs set up just a few steps away from the hotel entrances. The more active will appreciate water sports and activities such as sailing, windsurfing, snorkeling, diving and jet skiing. The fun in Boracay doesn’t end when the sun sets. The nightlife pulsates with many bars and restaurants serving food, drink and fun until the wee hours of dawn.

Things To Do

Your time in Boracay can never be boring as there are so many things that you can do. 


Puka Shell Beach

Ilig-iligan Beach

Lapus-Lapus Beach

Bulabog Beach

Lagutan Beach

Tulubhan Beach

Tambisaan Beach

Crocodile Beach

Manoc-Manoc Beach

Cagban Beach

Diniwid Beach

Balinghai Beach

Punta Bunga & Banyugan Beach

Enjoy sunrise and sunset

Lively nightlife and event

“LaBoracay” – (Month of May) From the words ‘Labor Day’ and ‘Boracay‘, Laboracay is the biggest summer party celebration of the island.

Exit Bar

Coco Bar

Guilly’s Island


Cocomangas Shooters Bar

Club Paraw

Try local food


Check out Filipino Restaurants

Try street food

Take advantage of the fresh local fruits

Water sports and activities

Fly Fish Ride

Snorkeling or Scuba Diving

Marine Walk


Paraw Sailing

Parasail, Kiteboard, or Windsurf

Cliff Diving

Zorb and Zipline

ATV Ride

Getting There

By plane

From Manila to Boracay :

Option 1: The faster route is a flight from Manila to Caticlan in Panay Island, which takes approximately 50 minutes. From Caticlan Airport, take a 15-minute ferry/boat ride to Boracay.

Option2: Flight from Manila to Kalibo, which is also 50 minutes long but from Kalibo, Take a 1½ van or bus ride to get to Caticlan Jetty Port. From there, take a 15-minute ferry/boat ride to Boracay.

By Ferry

From Manila to Caticlan or Dumaguit, near Kalibo. The trip to Boracay takes about 17 hours.

By Land

Caticlan, the entry point for Boracay, can be reached also by private cars or air-conditioned buses, via the ‘strong republic nautical highway’, stretching from Batangas, Luzon, to Cagayan de Oro.  This is probably the cheapest way to go to Boracay.  But it takes more time an adventurous spirit.