ISLAND BORAKAI IS A PARADISE!
Where is: In the state of the Philippines, located in Southeast Asia.
Getting there: Flight from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong to Kalibo airport.
When to go: the best time to rest in the Philippines is the period from January to May, from June to December you can also catch good weather, but most of the time the sky will be overcast. Humidity on the island is always there, but it is less pronounced than in Bali.
Boracay is a tropical island that competes with Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Caribbean. The island ranks first in the ranking of vacation spots in the Philippines. The beaches of Boracay are among the 5 best beaches in the world, at least for this reason we recommend you to go there! The beach takes the 2nd place among the beaches of Southeast Asia. White Beach is the best beach of the island, conditionally divided into 3 zones: Station 1, Station 2, Station 3. The largest area is located at 1 Station, where the largest number of top-class hotels is located.
Holidays in Boracay are ideal for lovers of “lazy” beach holidays, as well as for those who prefer active pastime, as Boracay is considered an excellent place to practice diving, kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing, etc.
What to see:
Boracay – this is not the direction where you will have the opportunity to visit the unlimited number of temple complexes, museums and various architectural monuments. They come here after another, white beaches, natural landscapes and azure-colored water – this is what attracts tourists to Boracay.
If, however, it happens that you get tired to lie on the beach and enjoy your vacation from the category “See and sun”, then we recommend you to visit the following attractions:
Dead Forest (Dead Forest) – a group of flooded trees. A few decades ago, salt water flooded trees on the outskirts of the Balabag beach, thereby creating a floating forest. There are many legends that tell about mystical events and supernatural powers in these places.
Bats Cave (Bat Cave) – Huge boulders prevent from entering the cave, therefore it is rather inconvenient to crawl into it and pass. There is no path or railing in it. There is a danger of slipping through the guano (litter) of bats. The air in it is quite warm and humid, but with a huge number of the already mentioned guano, so breathing is very hard. In addition, snakes inhabit the cave.
Mount Luho is worth a climb here to see the beautiful landscape. This is the highest place on the island. From here, Boracay is visible in full view.
Crocodile islands are sent here for beautiful underwater views and for observing the underwater life on reefs.
Hurry up to Boracay, and you will understand that before that you did not rest at all!