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How to plan a Boracay Trip

Information and activities to plan your vacation in Boracay.

Boracay is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines, but often travelers ask about when to go and where to stay.

We hope that this article will help you to plan an enjoyable trip to Boracay.

When to go:

Boracay can be visited all year round.


High Season

The dry season in Boracay lasts from November to May. This is considered as the peak season in Boracay.

In this period the rates for hotels and flights are at their priciest and crowds at their heaviest. Christmas, New Year’s, and especially Easter Break are the most popular times for travel to Boracay.

If you’re travelling during high season it’s best to have accommodations pre-booked well in advance.


Low Season

During the low season from June until November, Boracay Island is not that crowded, and we can get to enjoy it differently and uniquely.

During this time, skies are cloudy and rain showers are more common, especially in the month of October.


Bad Weather

The low season between June and November is also the typhoon season in the Philippines.

If you travel during the wet season it’s always a good idea to purchase a travel insurance.

In the event of a typhoon or other unforeseen severe weather, the travel insurance can provide coverage for the Trip Cancellation or Interruption. If your trip is cancelled, the insurance will refund all the non-refundable trip costs

You may want to consider purchasing a travel insurance to be on the safe side.

Average rainfall days in Boracay, Philippines

  • Rainfall days

Attractions You Should Consider Visiting:

  • Ariel’s Point
  • White Beach
  • Bulabog Beach
  • Puka Shell Beach
  • Diniwid Beach
  • Crocodile Island
  • Ilig Iligan Beach
  • Willy’s Rock
  • Balinghai Beach

The most popular activities in Boracay:


  • Island Hopping: is a must-do activity when you are in Boracay Island.


  • Freedive: learn to Freedive and discover a whole new underwater world with the help of experienced instructors.


  • Learn Kitesurfing:  is a wind-powered watersport that uses a kite and a board to propel you across the water.


  • Helicopter Tour: fly low over Boracay Island and enjoy the most spectacular views.


  • Cliff Diving: With platforms ranging from as low as 3 meters to as high as 15 meters, Ariel’s Point is the perfect place to check cliff diving off your bucket list.

Activities and Sports

There are many attractions on the island to explore, from quaint little villages to the stunning white sand beaches to viewpoints such as Naked Rock and Mount Luho 100 metres above the sea.

Explore the many caves, and particularly the Bat Cave, home to the flying foxes of the island.

Be delighted by the many species of butterflies on show at the Butterfly Garden and Butterfly Farm.

The Dead Forest where dead mangrove roots reach strangely out of the waters is an impressive and slightly bizarre experience.

The diversity of marine life and corals all around Boracay makes it one of the finest dive locations in the Philippines. There are over 30 dive shops with high-quality equipment and good scheduling of dives and instruction.

Day trips to uninhabited islands close by offer scenic views and pleasant discoveries.

Other traditional sports available for those who prefer an active vacation are: tennis, badminton, beach volleyball and football, bowling, fishing, golf, horseback riding, hiking, sailing, boating, skimboarding, wind and kite surfing.

Where to stay

Boracay Island has accommodations to suit all budgets, from the rustic “nipa hut” (bungalows made of bamboo and nipa palm leaves) to modern luxurious hotels with conference facilities and gyms through to spas to boutique resorts.

Most are located along the four-kilometer White Beach in the West. A few more are interspersed along the North and East coasts as well as the island’s interior.


Should I book my hotel in White Beach – Station 1, 2 or 3?


Station 1

Station 1 occupies the northern and widest side of the White Beach. It’s home to a great choice of luxury beach resorts and it’s not too crowded. The shallow water is perfect for families with children.


Station 2

Station 2 is the epicenter of Boracay, where most of the mid-range resorts are located. It’s a busy and lively beach slightly narrower than Station 1. Here there is a great choice of bars and restaurants and it’s just walking distance to a shopping mall.
The water is less shallow than Station 1.


Station 3

Station 3 is the most tranquil part of White Beach. There are many budget hotels and a few laid-back bars and restaurant made of bamboo. It enjoys a peaceful atmosphere and it’s perfect for backpackers. Here the water becomes deep faster than at the two other stations.

What to bring along:

This is our beach packing list to help you pack everything you will need for a great trip to Boracay Island.

  • Light casual clothes all year round
  • Swimsuit
  • Flip Flops
  • Beach Bag
  • Beach Pareo
  • Beach Towel
  • Sunhut
  • Sunscreen
  • Watershoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Refillable Water bottle
  • A good book/Kindle
  • Waterproof camera
  • Insect repellent
  • Raincoat

Eating Out and Nightlife

There are more than 200 restaurants and eateries on Boracay offering food from around the world and suiting every budget. Pork and chicken are the most popular meats, but fresh seafood is simply delicious and available everywhere.

For local colour, small market-based ihaw- ihaw restaurants are well worth a visit. For the adventurous and sturdy stomach, try balot, a boiled fertilized chicken or duck egg widely believed to be an aphrodisiac! All Filipino dishes are best served with the world-famous San Miguel Beer, ice-chilled!

Many night spots for drinks, dancing and karaoke with numerous bars and discos litter amongst the resorts. Some are open 24/7.

Shops, Markets and Crafts

Boracay’s markets will take you to a world of new and exotic sights and impressions where you can buy souvenirs, local delicacies and much more. The largest is the Talipapa, a flea market which covers 4,000 square metres between White Beach and the Main Road at the centre of the island.

Another shopper’s haven is called D’Mall which houses some 100 stores neatly laid out among coconut trees. White Beach also has a number of shops selling everything from beachwear to art and antiques. Many items are sold at unbelievably-low prices.