Information about Boracay Keyhole Rock Formation
Boracay Keyhole Rock Formation
Located on the western side of Boracay Island in Newcoast, Barangay Yapak, the Boracay Keyhole Rock Formation is one of the tourist attractions in Boracay that have recently garnered fame. The stunning rock formation faces the Sibuyan Sea and is surrounded by turquoise waters. When the sky is blue, the opening in the middle of the rock formation gives visitors an even more picturesque view, which is perfect for travel photos.
Near the Boracay Keyhole Rock Formation is a docking pier that services the guests of Newcoast and brings them to and from Caticlan and other areas in Boracay. Some believe that dropping a coin in the ocean near the keyhole allows you to make a wish.
Best time to visit
The best pictures of the Boracay Keyhole Rock Formation have blue skies as the backdrop, so it’s best to visit it when the weather is sunny. Avoid rains during your visit by booking your trip during the dry season in Boracay, which is from November to May. You can still schedule your vacation during the wet months but always be updated with weather forecasts so you can time your visit to the rock formation accordingly.