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Boracay Tours

Find top-rated tours & activities in Boracay, the tropical island paradise of the Philippines. Aside from lounging in its gorgeous beaches, try various recreational water activities such as snorkeling, helmet diving, paddle boarding and parasailing, or explore other inland adventures.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Boracay?

Boracay is synonymous with White Beach, making it the top tourist spot on the island. However, it’s also worth visiting Puka Beach for the flying foxes or fruit bats and Crocodile Island if you’re into diving.

What activities can you do in Boracay?

Aside from swimming or lounging at White Beach, you can also swim and have fun under the sun at Diniwid Beach and Ilig-Iligan Beach. As mentioned, visit Puka Beach as well to see the migration of flying foxes or fruit bats. For snorkeling, Tambisaan Beach is the perfect spot, while Ariel’s Point or Magic Island is for those daring enough to do a cliff dive. You can explore some of these beaches and islands by joining island-hopping tours. For a different kind of adrenaline rush, you can try paraw sailing (double outrigger sailboat), riding a banana boat, helmet diving, parasailing, paddle boarding, jet skiing, wakeboarding, kiteboarding, or windsurfing. For a unique experience when exploring Boracay, you can also ride a speedboat, do a sunset cruise on a yacht, or ride a helicopterBoracay’s nightlife is considered as one of the best island experiences in the Philippines. Joining a pub crawl in Boracay is a fun and exciting activity that you can try. 

When is the best time to visit Boracay?

The best season to experience Boracay is from December to May or during the dry season. Peak season is from March to May or the summer months, so expect an influx of visitors if ever you decide to travel during these months. Some Filipinos also choose to visit during the holidays like Christmas or Holy Week. On average, Boracay weather is at its hottest at 30°C, while the lows are at 25°C.

How much time should I spend in Boracay?

The island is pretty small and can be explored in a day, so a short stay of three days and two nights is more than enough to enjoy most of what Boracay has to offer, even those outside of the beaches.

What other destinations are near Boracay?

Up north of Boracay Island is the Carabao Island in Romblon, while far east, across the Sibuyan Sea, is Masbate. South of Boracay is the rest of the province of Aklan and other Panay Island destinations which include Capiz, Iloilo, and Antique.