Event Date: Third Saturday of January

The Ati-Atihan festival is celebrated annually in January in honor for St. Niño (infant Jesus Christ). People of Boracay especially the Ati tribe will parade along the beach in their festive attire and black-painted skin while dancing to the rhythmic drum beats.

Location: Boracay Isand, Malay, Aklan

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