Boracay is undoubtedly the most famous tropical island destination in the Philippines, famed for its sugary-soft, four kilometre-long, white beach. Aside from its beautiful beach, the island is surrounded by marine sanctuaries that offer untouched coral reef gardens and diverse sea life.
From the Boracay Island Travel Guide
I was a little bit disappointed upon arrival as it was difficult to locate the place. The pathwalk is not easy and the people whom we asked along the way seemed not to know the place ( i guess they want to get their offers). ... more
The staff was helpful and attentive. A little far from the beach, but for the price, it's worth it. Also, the facilty needs to upgrade the thin mattresses to thicker ones. ... more
Boracay - what to do and where to eat?
Hi, I'm visiting Boracay soon. Any tips on the best places to eat, especially for local fare? Besides obscene amounts of just lazing by the beach, any other interesting stuff I should venture to do? Thanks guys! : ) melpunk ...
Boracay - a sad story.
I have just become aware of a very sad situation in Boracay. Hopefully someone can give me some feedback about this. I recently visited Punta Bunga beach (at the northern end of Boracay, site earmarked for Shangri-La development) and was driven away by guards armed with AK47's. Looking for a quiet spot to spend ...
2 weeks in Boracay too long?
Hey, Just wanted to get a bit of feedback. To those who have been to Boracay. Is 2 weeks too long? I figure 3 days will be spent on basic diving course, maybe another 1-4 days of diving. Is 7 free days too much? ...