The magical island of Boracay is renowned for its crystal clear waters, colourful outrigger sailboats, and pristine white-sand beaches dotted with thatched-roof umbrellas, which together create the ultimate tropical oasis. Visitors flock to the shores of Boracay primarily through the warm Ahmihan season, all eager to carve out their own piece of paradise. A variety of tours are available to help you explore Boracay, from day cruises around the island, to group treks up Mount Luho – Boracay’s highest peak.
Don’t miss these Boracay attractions
- Willy’s Rock
- Sunset cruising
- Ariel’s Point
- Scuba diving and snorkelling tours
- White Beach
Although Boracay is only seven kilometres long, there’s no shortage of island activities or beaches to explore. An island hopping tour offers the ultimate experience aboard a traditional outrigger boat, visiting secluded locations such as Puka and Ilig Iligan beaches. You can spend your time swimming in the turquoise waters, or join a snorkelling tour and discover the vibrant, colourful marine life.
Once you’ve set up on White Beach for the day, you can arrange a medley of water sports including kite boarding, windsurfing, sailing and even helmet diving. If you would prefer to stay dry, a range of activities will keep you entertained, from volleyball games to horseback riding along the beach.
Boat trips to hiking trails
If you’re keen to get out on the water, why not jump aboard a glass-bottom boat so you can discover the beautiful marine life. Other boat outings that also provide a memorable experience are fishing charters, deep-sea diving expeditions and lively sunset cocktail cruises, which feature exciting entertainment.
If you want to delve further into the island’s natural surrounds, a mountain bike or ATV tour is a great option that will take you along many hidden trails throughout the island. Alternatively, you can join a group hiking tour up to Mount Luho, where you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking panoramas.