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Day 1 in Boracay

Welcome to Boracay! Upon arrival at the airport, you will go through customs and immigration. Should you opt to purchase a transfer to your hotel; a representative will be waiting for you as you exit immigration. Arrive at your hotel, check in and do not give in to jet lag! There is so much for you to see and do!

We recommend you get acquainted with the spectacular island of Boracay. The main tourist area is White Beach, which offers three sections of stunning wide beaches and inviting warm waters. Check out Station 2, which is also known as middle beach where there is a beachside path to walk along lined by restaurants and shops just a few feet away from the beach. Grab a seat in the shade at one of the local eateries here and eat some lunch while taking in the tropical surroundings and laid back island vibes. Wander around the shops and stalls here and look for souvenirs such as jewelry, paintings, and beach accessories.

Hit up one of the three beaches, sunbathe, take a stroll in the sand and swim in the warm tropical waters. Situated on the popular White Sand beach which stretches for 2.5 miles is the well-known landmark of Willy`s Rock. A rocky outcrop forming a tidal island where a statue of the Virgin Mary stands atop of steps carved into volcanic rock. This is one of the most recognizable landmarks and most photographed rocks in Boracay, the rock sits 328 feet offshore in shallow waters.

Next, hit up one of the beachside massage places found along the beach path of White Beach and enjoy a relaxing, rejuvenating massage.

As evening time approaches find a beachside bar and enjoy some happy hour cocktails, then make your way to the sand and capture one of Boracay`s famous sunsets. Walk down the beach and take some pictures by Willy`s rock which is a great photo opportunity at sunset with the rock casting shadows in the water.

Take pleasure in a delicious dinner at one of the many restaurants found around White Beach. Savor some freshly caught fish or seafood along with other tasty cuisines as you bask in the island atmosphere of alluring Boracay.

Day 2 in Boracay

Today hire a boat and tour around the island`s beautiful beaches and do some island hopping. We recommend starting at the stunning Puka Shell Beach, named after the `Puka` shells that cover the sand, these shells are used to make most of the unique local jewelry found on the island. Puka beach is very secluded and quiet, making it the perfect location for a nice morning walk, and to escape the crowds of White Beach.

Island hopping tours are offered all over Boracay where you can hop on board a classic catamaran and stop off the surrounding offshore island such as Crocodile Island, Crystal Cove, and Magic Island.

Spend your day on the crystal clear waters, tanning on the deck, jumping off the boat to cool off and going ashore to explore the idyllic locations. Lunch is typically served onboard with different menu options.

Crystal Cove is a private island covering 5 acres that includes two secluded covers, gorgeous white sand beaches and the clearest blue waters for swimming and snorkeling in the Sibuyan Sea. This is one of the most popular stop-off points on Island hopping tours where visitors can explore the hidden caves filled with crystal formations, stalagmites, and stalactites. A small museum can be found on the island exhibiting seashell art and a small aviary filled with local birds.

Crocodile Island gets its name from the distinctive shape, an inhabited island known for its abundance of marine life and world-class diving spots with vibrant coral reefs.

As evening time approaches, make your way to Diniwid Beach located within walking distance from White Sand. This beach is small and peaceful and nestled in a cove below the rocky cliffs, make the journey up to the famous Spider House Restaurant and bar built into the cliffside. This is a fantastic location to watch another picture perfect sunset from a cliffside perspective and dine on delicious food and cocktails while taking in the views.

Day 3 in Boracay

Spend the entire day relishing in the abundance of water sports activities offered on Boracay. There are so many activities to partake in that you can spend all day on the water.

Bulabog Beach is the number one kiteboarding beach in Asia! If you are not familiar with the sport you can simply sit back and relax on the beach and watch the experts at sea, or get out there and try it for yourself. There are plenty of shops that offer lessons on kiteboarding and windsurfing and Bulabog beach is the place to do it. Competitions are held here every year from November to April where the onshore winds varying between 12-30 knots

Parasailing is another great way to get up high above the waters and get a fantastic vantage point of the island. There are multiple boats ready to take visitors out parasailing, simply walk down the beach and they will offer you a tour. There is no need to book a parasail trip days in advance, as there are multiple boats ready to go all day. Simply walk down to the beach and someone will offer you a tour before you can even ask.

Stand up paddle boarding and kayaking are two other excellent activities to enjoy on the calm waters. Rental shops are available at the beaches, test our your stability on a stand-up paddle tour or simply sit and row in a kayak with an abundance of marine life below you.

The calm waters around Boracay are the perfect spot for diving and snorkeling and a great spot for beginners to take their open water diving course. There are a plethora of dive shops located on the island that offer packages which normally include rental equipment and instructor. There are some 25-30 dive sites situated within a 15-minute boat ride from the beaches. If your visiting between April and June this is the best time to dive with warm waters and visibility extending from 98-165 feet.

Take a Marine Walk, this underwater activity lets you walk on the seafloor wearing a 66 lb helmet to keep you submerged. These customary packages are offered around the island and usually come with underwater photographs and bread to feed the fishes.

Mermaiding is a thing on the island of Boracay and consists of joining a mermaid swimming course with a professional teacher. Participants wear a fabric mermaid tail and learn how to swim with the fins and take photos.

After an enjoyable day at sea partake in the famous Boracay Pub Crawl back on land. This tour allows visitors to make new friends, discover some of the best bars and pubs on the island and take home a t-shirt. This tour has been offered for over a decade and takes participants to 5 bars to have drinks and play games. Boracay offers a great party vibe at night and transforms into a giant outdoor club where you can drink and dance the night away.

Day 4 in Boracay

Start your day with a spectacular sunrise on the eastern side of the island, not only are the sunsets something to see on the island watching the sunrise is a pretty amazing experience. Enjoy some breakfast afterward and do some shopping at the local markets and stores.

Make your way to Ariel`s Point, an eco-tourism, adventure destination and popular tourist attraction with day trips offered here. You can leap off a cliff from several diving boards at different levels situated as high as 10, 25, and 50 feet high. There are plenty of other watersports offered including kayaking, snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding and swimming in the pristine tropical sea environment. Day trips to Ariel`s Point will normally include a boat trip, buffet lunch, snacks, open bar, cliff diving, and water sports.

Visit Mount Luho, which is situated at the highest point on the island of Boracay, standing at 328 feet above sea level boasting views of the island and Bulabog Beach. Hike along the trails leading to the top of the mountain through lush verdant surroundings with the possibility to see Macaques and other animals. The wooden viewing platform at the top offers expansive panoramic views. This is a terrific place to watch the sunset.

Head to White Beach for the evening and have a nice dinner on the beach, then watch the flamethrowers do their thing on the beach and enjoy the nightlife scene at the beachside bars, clubs, and pubs.

Day 5 in Boracay

On your last morning either visit some of the stunning beaches and relax or take a trip to the Butterfly Gardens, a fun place for the whole family with over 20 species of butterflies. There are vibrant tropical gardens on sites brimming with plants and flowers, there is a restaurant available too.

You can also visit the Boracay Oceanarium which is located in the basement of the Crown Regency Resort and Convention Center. There are two main sections The Discovery Tunnel, which is the longest underwater tunnel in the country and the Ocean Bar, a restaurant and lounge and twice daily mermaid shows.

Visit the fascinating Bat Cave on the west side of the island home to thousands of small insectivorous bats. You can reach the cave via a hike through the lush vegetation in the forest. The bats are usually at the very bottom of the cave in the dark and hundreds of thousands of bats can be seen at night after the sun goes down.

There are many great activities to partake in on the island including Zoor-bing, where you ride down a hill inside a giant inflatable bubble. Take out an ATV down the dirt island roads and hills through the lush vegetation. Visit the zip line park and zip over parts of the island with pristine views.

For your last on the island settle down on the shores and watch the sunset. Then visit D`Talipapa seafood market where you can shop for fresh seafood and take it to one of the local restaurants cook it for you.

Additional Days in Boracay

If you are able to spend additional days in Boracay visit Tambisaan Beach on the southeastern tip of the island featuring soft white sands and crystal azure waters that are great for snorkeling. Resorts, restaurants, bars, and shops are found in the area which is a great place to stay on Boracay.

Balinghai Beach is a small secluded beach found at the bottom of a cliff in a cove, a great destination for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and relaxing. The exclusive Balinghai Beach Resort is found at the top of the cliff along with a cliff top restaurant, non-guests can spend the day using the facilities at the resort for a fee.

Your Last Day in Boracay

Depart from your hotel to the airport for your return flight home. We recommend that you purchase a private transfer to the airport if so the representative will meet you at your hotel with plenty of time to get you to the airport for your flight out.