Visit the Islands of the Philippines: Boracay

March 28, 2013 - Malaya, Philippines

Boracay is a tropical island that has been voted as being the very best tropical island worldwide.
If you decide to go to this fabulous island probabilities are that you will not want to leave. Boracay is gorgeous to say the least and is on my list of favorite islands. Tourists will experience soft white beach shores, lukewarm crystal clear seas and of course warm climatic conditions.

Boracay island offers various beaches. Even though most of the local beaches are packed, there are still a small amount of beach destinations that have a very secluded feel to it. A large number of the beaches actually have amazing small beach bars and also restaurants where vacationers can have refreshments and delicious meals.

Relaxing on the coast may be the most common way to spend your vacation on Boracay but actually not your only option.

Vacationers are able to enjoy kite surfing courses on the beautiful Bolabog Beach. Maybe do some wake boarding, take scuba diving courses and have a look at magnificent fish and take exciting helicopter rides.

Then there is the choice to cruise amongst the various islands during sunset, or if you happen to be fearless enough do a bit of parasailing out at sea, have fun with ATV trips to check out the various tourist attractions and snorkel around some of the gorgeous coral reefs.

Fascinating places consists of Mount Luho, which happens to be the tallest landmark on Boracay. The Bat Caves is a superb place to see since it's inhabited by big fruit and cave bats. The Dead Forest can be found close to the fishponds to the south of the island and is home to a large amount of dead trees.  Boracay Rock is a great formation and sits three or four miles from the east coast. Willy's Rock can be located nearby Boat Station 1 and it's a gorgeous volcanic formation which is visible from the shores of White Beach.

Impressive coral beds can be found to the south of of White Beach. It consists of a big coral reef full of magnificent fish species. You will have a number of caves to check out and you will find there's a massive arc at Bulaboc Point which will lead you to the lavish Fairways and Bluewater holiday resorts.
The local Seashell Museum is found close to the Ilig-iligan village. It contains a unique assortment of puka shells, wooden sculptures, clayware, hand woven products, and also traditional costumes from all around the Philippines.

Night time in Boracay is extraordinary. You'll find bars and dance clubs that are nearly always open and really packed. Relax with a few beers and close friends while listening to live bands all night down by the local beaches.

Tourists may also have late evening meals as fire dancers are tossing fire balls around, and which is actually something you should not miss. With the massive amount and diversity of tourist destinations to go to, there is something unique for everybody.


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