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Attractions & Activities

Attractions:

  1. White beach is the most popular beach in Boracay. With its beautiful stretch of powdery white sand against azure water, this area is also the commercial centre of the island with many restaurants, cafes, bars, internet cafes, shops, bakeries, etc. Many prime resorts and hotels in Boracay are located in this stretch.
  2. Puka beach is a popular beach here and is the perfect example of a tropical island with white sand, blue waters, and palm groves. Puka Beach was named after puka shells found along its shoreline. These materials are used as fashion accessories.
  3. Bat Cave: Located in the western part of the island, the Bat Caves is a unique tourist spot in Boracay. Tourists need to go one hike through the forest to reach the mouth of the cave which is home to small cave bats and giant fruit bats that roam around the area after sunset. This place is quite a popular site for naturalists, photographers and adventure seekers.
  4. Baling Hai Beach is another beautiful and popular beach in Bocaray where tourists can enjoy swimming, snorkelling and dining in a relaxed, peaceful environment. It boasts of a restaurant on top of the cliff that overlooks the whole area and provides visitors an amazing view of the island.
  5. Mount Luho is the highest point in Boracay and one of the tourist attractions that rises up to an altitude of 100 meters above sea level. It is a small mountain with a viewing deck and one can get an amazing view of the east coast from of the island.
  6. Crocodile Island is a real life adventure. Crocodile Island enjoys an unspoiled and abundant marine life. The area is just bursting with underwater activity. A snorkelling expedition in the area gives tourists the chance to see a breath-taking collection of corals together with a wide selection of fish.
  7.  Crystal Cove is a privately developed island that boasts of good underground snorkelling, and the place is ideal for those interested in water sports and having a sense of adventure.
  8. Boracay Butterfly Gardens on Bulabog Beach is a must-see place where tourists can tour and see some butterflies of every shapes and colours.
  9. Dead Forest: With dead tree trunks sticking out of stagnant water, the Dead Forest presents a highly romantic scene surrounded by old folk tales about ghosts and goblins. Local folk believe supernatural occurrences take place here, particularly on full moon nights.
  10. Spas: Boracay has some well known spas where tourists can relax and enjoy soothing massage and other treatments.

Apart from those mentioned there are also many other amazing beaches and sites Boracay which ensures that visitors have an amazing holiday.

 

Activities:

AIR

  • Parasailing
  • Helicopter tour

 

WATER

  • Banana Boat
  • FlyFish
  • Helmet Diving
  • Sailing
  • Kite Boarding
  • JetSki
  • Glass Bottom Boat
  • Diving
  • Cliff Diving (Ariels Point)
  • Luxury Sailing
  • Island Hopping
  • Small Boat (max 5 pax)
  • Medium Boat (max 10 pax)
  • Big Boat (max 15-20 pax)

 

LAND

  • ATV
  • Buggy Car
  • Go Kart
  • Souvenir
  • Shopping at D’Mall
  • The Ocean Tower
  • Butterfly and Bat Garden
  • Happy Dreamland Amusement Park
  • Boracay Zorb
  • Hair Braid and Henna Tattoo
  • Bar Hopping
  • Food Trip
  • Photo-Ops

 

The dive sites around the island, all easily accessible by bangka, include gentle drift dives, coral gardens and some deeper dives with a good chance of encounters with sharks.

At Crocodile Island, fifteen minutes southeast of Boracay, there’s a shallow reef that drops off to 25m and a number of small canyons where sea snakes gather. Big and Small Laurel are neighbouring islets with some of the best soft coral in the Visayas and shoals of snappers, sweetlips, eels, sea snakes, morays, puffers and boxfish.

Probably the star attraction for divers here is Yapak, where you freefall into the big blue, eventually finding at 30m the top of a marine wall where there are batfish, wahoo, tuna, barracuda and cruising grey reef sharks. On Boracay’s northern shore are the Bat Caves, where after a swim through a cave you’ll emerge into an immense cavern inhabited by thousands of fruit bats. The smell is unforgettable.

Lapu Wall is a day-trip from Boracay to the northern coast of Panay, but the diving is some of the most challenging in the area, with overhangs and caverns. Another good day-trip is north to Carabao Island, in the province of Romblon, where there are splendid reefs, some peaceful, powdery beaches and one resort if you want to stay overnight.