Attractions

 
Ariel's Point - Boracay Ariel’s Point
Ariel’s Point is a hotspot just next to Boracay Island and only a short boat ride away. A trip to Ariel’s Point allows you to enjoy an array of activities including cliff diving, snorkeling, and paddling amongst volcanic caves, mangrove forests, turquoise coves, and remote beaches. [Read more]
White Beach - Boracay White Beach
White Beach is the most popular area of Boracay Island and most activities take place here. You will find relaxing lawn chairs set out at the waters edge inviting passer-bys to sit down and enjoy one of the local resorts or restaurants. [Read more]
Tirta Spa - Boracay Tirta Spa
At Tirta Spa, visitors are able to reconnect with their own inner strength and embrace the healing power of an exotic getaway like Boracay. This is a place where many locals have never even seen and you will know your visit has been a special one after you arrive. [Read more]
D Mall - Boracay D Mall
D Mall is widely considered to be the central hub of Boracay. Shuttles from all over the island converge at D Mall as a main pickup and drop off point to and from the hotels and resorts. This is a carefree corridor which guides its visitors through an outdoor shopping mall lined with lovely park benches, shops and cafés. [Read more]
Puka Shell Beach - Boracay Yapak Beach (Puka Shell Beach)
The most romantic beach on the island of Boracay is likely to be Puka Beach. Although there are over twelve gorgeous beaches in this island, Puka Shell Beach, also known as ‘Yapak’, attracts more romantic couples than any other beach on Boracay. [Read more]
Willy's Rock - Boracay Willy’s Rock
Romantic visitors to Boracay will sometimes do nothing else but stare into each other’s eyes and lay on White Beach every day but they won’t be able to miss the most recognizable attraction on this island which is likely to be Willy’s Rock. [Read more]
Crocodile Island - Boracay Crocodile Island
One of the most popular boat rides from Boracay’s White Beach is only twenty minutes off the coast and is famously known as Crocodile Island. This is a small uninhabited island off the southern point of Boracay that many diving enthusiasts consider to be among the best dive points in the area. [Read more]
Bulabog Beach - Boracay Bulabog Beach
Bulabog Beach is a 2.5 km beach on the opposite side of Boracay from White Beach. The beach is relatively deserted except for a few small shops devited to kiteboarding and windsurfing enthusiasts. Bulabog beach is actually the home of much of the windsurfing and kite boarding championship competitions. [Read more]
Mount Luho - Boracay Mount Luho
Mt Luho is the highest point on Boracay island and the walk to the top is full of surprises. Tourists typically ask a tricycle driver to take them to Mt Luho and they are dropped off about 200 meters from the top where the remaining distance must be covered on foot. [Read more]
Crystal Cove - Boracay Crystal Cove
Crystal Cove Island is only a 2-3 minute boat ride from Boracay and is one of the greatest destinations for swimming and snorkeling in the Philippines. Along with White Beach, it is also one of the most famous tourist attractions in the area because of its beauty and cleanliness. [Read more]
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