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Top Restaurant in Boracay

Discover the Culinary Delights: Top Restaurants in Boracay Food is life as they say. Food maintains life and growth. Food can comfort one’s soul. It is part of our daily living that can never be removed. Why not make your eating time the best one with the best foods? What makes it more perfect is […]

Boracay in Low Season

Boracay’s white beachfront is not always a picture perfect as it seems when the wind changes and blow east towards it. During this time, Boracay is in its low season and wettest months, June to October. People think that traveling during this season is a gamble as they might end up wasting their money. Well, […]

Seasons in Boracay

From transportation to activities, restaurants to resorts, one of the things that also needs to be considered when going to Boracay is the weather. Of course, most of the people enjoy the beach when the sun is soaring high. They can just relax in their beach mattresses under the sun all day. They can also […]

The Best Time to Visit Boracay

Planning a vacation ahead of time is a must! A lot of considerations to take including the place and the best time to visit – its weather. Well, if you are eyeing Boracay on your travel list, then know the best time for your get away! Boracay Island weather has two seasons, Amihan and Habagat. […]

On a tight budget? Here are some Boracay cheap accommodations for you

When it comes to budget accommodation in Boracay, there are several options available. Here are a few suggestions: Hostels: Boracay has a number of affordable hostels that cater to budget travelers. These hostels provide dormitory-style accommodation with shared facilities. Some popular hostels in Boracay include Mad Monkey Hostel, Chill Out Hostel, and Frendz Hostel Boracay. […]

What’s new in Boracay Island

Philippines renowned island for its crystal clear blue waters, gorgeous sunsets, powdery white sand, and the wild parties, Boracay, was previously closed for 6 months (April 26, 2018 to October 25, 2018) to make way for the island’s rehabilitation. We all might wondering ‘what’s new’ or ‘what really happened after the closure?’. Well, to answer […]