Boracay Island in the Philippines is rapidly becoming one of the most sought after holiday destinations in South East Asia, and it’s easy to see why. With stunning white beaches stretching along its tiny coastline, boats giving rides to travellers along crystal blue waters, water sports to keep you active for days and nightlife to keep you out of taking part in those water sports, Boracay is fast becoming the place to be for the sun-loving traveler.
When you arrive in Boracay you will already be dreading leaving: the sun is warm and not intrusive, smiling locals serving up fresh lobster and crab, and cocktails to wash away the worries of home seemingly so far away.
Here the more penny-pinching traveler can share the beach with those staying at the most lavish of resorts, and Boracay is awash with accommodation ranging from the most quaint and charming of guesthouse or hostel to the most luxurious and extravagant of resort.
When you leave your guesthouse or hotel for the day you will want to head down to beach for a spot of sunbathing, sailing and scuba diving. These activities are offered in abundance at Boracay, along with al the other favorites of the sea: parasailing, jet skiing, waterskiing, kayaking, you name it, Boracay’s got it.
Heading into the evening, and dine on fresh seafood grilled at Plato D’Boracay and taken from the D’Talipapa market or enjoy the Spanish influence on the Philippines with Cozina restaurant’s fantastic tapas menu.
Dinner done and dusted, and you aren’t ready to slump into tropical sleep just yet, head out to one of the islands many clubs and bars, where any night you can find awesome happy hour deals and delicious cocktails to cool that island heat and keep you singing an dancing the warm night away. Ahh Boracay, you really are the best