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Boracay Island , Philippines

by MDee

Boracay Island

I once visited Boracay Island few years ago, Famous for its white sands and crystal clear blue water
that also house ship wrecks and coral reefs.

We walk around the Island’s white sand beach, sometimes on barefoot, stopping for some treats along the way.
You will never runout of things to do in Boracay. From swimming to island hopping, diving and snorkeling, sailing and kayaking.     If you are a type of diver that simply can not choose between wrecks and reefs when it comes to planning your vacation ?
which there are many around the world where you can have both, But one of the most spectacular of these is Boracay Island,
Scuba diving in the colorful reef life. Divers will be treated to a stony and soft corals, swim-throughs, caves and plenty of marine life actions and many more.

Best season to visit the island is December to May(dry season/peak season). Regardless of the season, Both international tourist and
local visitors keeps coming back to Boracay for leisure, relaxation and water activities.
Accommodation are reasonable from luxury to mid-range budget. Back packers staying in the hotel is the best, They have dorm type rooms, single and more. Bring an umbrella with you to protect you from the sun and unexpected down pour of rain, also your favorite beach necessities, sun blocks, googles and eyewear.

Boracay Island is located at the central part of the Philippines, With many more Islands around it, like The Chocolate Hills in Bohol Island that turns brown in the dry season,  El Nido Beach in Palawan Island, It’s known for white-sand beaches, coral reefs and as the gateway to the Bacuit archpelago.  Miniloc Island is famed for the clear waters of its Small and Big lagoons.
Nearby Shimizu Island has fish-filled waters. The area has many dive sites, including Dilumacad Island’s long tunnel leading to an
underwater cavern.

Before you get to Boracay Island, for International travel must land to MIA International Airport, Take a domestic flight to Kalibo Airport  then a bus will take you to the boat waiting that will transfer you to the island. If you are in Kalibo around mid-January, they have a celebration called the Ati-atihan Festival, which for us here is called Caribbean Festival. While you are in the Philippines, explore Manila, You will not regret you came.  I had the best time during my visit at The Pearl of the Orient, The Philippines.

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