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Inside Background
Culture   People  The people of Boracay are very laid back and friendly. Most...
Last edited: March 30, 2007
The most common danger in Boracay is the heat and sun , so drink lots of water...
Last edited: June 24, 2014
Boracay is divided into three main districts: Yapak in the north, Balabag in...
Last edited: June 10, 2010
Weather is dictated by the monsoon periods, and there are in general three...
Last edited: March 31, 2010
Do not bring too much baggage. 3 swimsuits is enough to bring Shorts and...
Last edited: September 08, 2009
Boracay is relatively safe, but follow some basic rules to ensure your stay is...
Last edited: February 03, 2013
Inside Transportation
There are no direct flights into Boracay; all visitors must fly to either...
Last edited: April 08, 2014
1. Boracay is about 7 kms long and white beach is about 4 kms long divided into...
Last edited: January 16, 2013
Motorized pedicabs, or tricycles, are the usual form of public transportation...
Last edited: January 15, 2013
Taxis Motorized Tricycle Motorized pedicabs, or tricycles, are the main form of...
Last edited: November 22, 2007
Inside Things to Do
Ati-atihan Festival (January, 2nd Sunday) - the annual celebration in honor of...
Last edited: April 30, 2014
It’s been called the “most cosmopolitan strip of sand in the world,” and it is...
Last edited: April 06, 2008
  Holy Week, Christmas and New Year's week and Halloween are the biggest party...
Last edited: April 05, 2010
Mount Luho Mount Luho is the highest point on the island, rising up some 100...
Last edited: October 20, 2006
The largest area for shopping is called D'Mall, offering a central market with...
Last edited: May 29, 2013
Watersports activities at Boracay Some of the most popular activities at...
Last edited: May 01, 2013
In order to see the island at it's best, you need to escape from White Beach...
Last edited: May 14, 2013
Boracay is a gem of an island.  Even those who have visited the Caribbean...
Last edited: February 10, 2010
Ariel’s Point is an ecotourism destination for adventure-seeking travelers...
Last edited: October 07, 2010
Boracay Butterfly Garden was established in 2002 and openned to the public in...
Last edited: March 21, 2007
Something to love about this beach is the unique searock formation covered in...
Last edited: December 20, 2009
Inside Dining Scene
- CYMA This is a small, friendly Greek restaurant located in the mall plaza...
Last edited: July 05, 2007
Real Coffee Be sure to check out this Boracay institution located near boat...
Last edited: February 17, 2007
  There are restaurants on the island to suit just about all tastes and...
Last edited: October 31, 2006
TITOS Resto & Grill in station 2 are the best view, overlooking the crystal...
Last edited: June 18, 2012
While most restaurants offer kid friendly options, the hamburgers, fries...
Last edited: March 25, 2007
O L E Tapas Bar & Restaurant Spanish, Mexican & Cuban delicasies, with...
Last edited: September 27, 2012
  Most of Boracay's restaurants have outdoor or beachside dining areas, though...
Last edited: November 18, 2009
Aria is a nice Italian restaurant at the beach end of D'Mall.  Tables on the...
Last edited: August 26, 2008
 Click this link to see a spectacular Boracay Sunset   ARIA Sit back with a...
Last edited: June 25, 2013
Craving for food? Search...take some extra time to look around. Make sure you...
Last edited: April 23, 2007
HEIDILAND Deli in the D'Mall is a phantastic place. It's not only a full...
Last edited: March 20, 2010
GRILLING Many hotels and resorts allow you to purchase your own fresh food and...
Last edited: November 05, 2006
Inside Philippines: For Foreign Visitors
BANKING Foreign residents may open an account in the Philippines by presenting...
Last edited: September 03, 2013
All foreign visitors must have a passport valid for at least six months beyond...
Last edited: August 07, 2009
The Philippine Emergency Number is 117. You can dial this from a landline or...
Last edited: May 11, 2009
Most Filipinos will have a basic understanding of English and will try to...
Last edited: November 11, 2012
SIM Cards Are very easy to purchase - off the counter - at local convenience...
Last edited: February 04, 2013
Tipping is a simple subject: some establishments already incorporate a "Service...
Last edited: May 20, 2014
A few optional items you may need when traveling in the Philippines Spare razor...
Last edited: November 11, 2012
Looking for a tour guide in Philippines can be quite daunting. The reasons are...
Last edited: July 19, 2014
Personal security is just common sense. However, with the influence of the sun...
Last edited: February 03, 2013
Given that the Philippines is a diverse archipelago of 7,107 tropical islands...
Last edited: July 09, 2013
DO NOT TRAVEL WITHOUT TRAVEL INSURANCE Even if you are fit and healthy, do not...
Last edited: February 04, 2013