About Boracay

Boracay is an island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. The Boracay Island and it's beaches were awarded for many times. Boracay was awarded in the "Travelers' Choice 2011" by TripAdvisor as the second best beach (out of 25) in the world. Boracay made a debut appearance on the Top 10 Islands list in the Travel + Leisure travel magazine World's Best Awards 2011.

It is very rich in it's beautiful natural resources from the different diving spots to the 4 km white sand beach. The people are very warm with their hospitality and kindness. There are many things you can do like water sports activities which includes parasailing, kite boarding, kite surfing, banana boating and island hoping. The terrain there is also good for ATV and horse back riding and fun actvities such as zip lines and zorb.

The boracay island is not only famous with it's natural resources because you can also find 5 star hotels and resorts. Food are also great! You can choose from different international cuisines like thailand, korean, japanese, indian, greek,and famous filipino dishes. You will never get bored from dusk till dawn because the party also never ends.

Willy's Rock

Willy's Rock which is situated 100m offshore in the shallow water near Boat Station 1 is actually a castle-like volcanic formation. Its exotic natural beauty dominates the seascape along the white beach. Its stairs leads to a man-made grotto built on top that houses the image of the Virgin Mary. Willy's rock is the most photographed landmark in Boracay.

Puka Beach

Puka Beach is the second longest in the island, 800 m long, situated at the northern tip. Sand is yellowish and less fine textures. Named after a rare Puka shell abundant along the shoreline and commonly used as necklace and pendants. Puka shells are regarded by the experts as one the finest shells in the world.

Coral Beds

Live Coral Beds- countless varieties of living corals in a myriad of shapes and sizes including the popularly known colorful brain coral are found on the southern end of the white beach, past the beach rocks. The shelf is exposed above the sea level during low tide.

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