Must Do Activities When in Boracay
Being the most favourite destination for a beach getaway among many Filipinos and foreign guests that flock here year in and year out, Boracay never goes out of things to offer to its loyal and first time patrons. In this blog we will feature the many things you can do if frolicking the beach is not the only thing you plan to do when coming to this paradise.
Surfing, scuba-diving, snorkelling, kayaking–just some of the many things you can do in Boracay! Banana boating may be typical to do with friends in any beach but is still worth the fun every single time. You can also try flyfishing for a more thrilling ride or maybe helmet diving for some unique adventure down under.
Beach HoppingBoracay is a small island that is only approximately seven kilometers long. This means that you can go from one beach to another in one day! One of the most famous beaches is the Puka Beach which is named after ‘Puka‘ shells (shells of cone snails that are bead-like objects that is normally used in making beach anklets, bracelets, and necklaces) known for its powdery white sand shore and clear blue waters. Crocodile Beach is a small island at the southeast part of Boracay. You can come to this beach through a pre-arranged tour which you can book with your travel agent or hotel. It’s a favourite destination for underwater activities because of the abundant and unspoilt marine life
StargazingWhether you are a romantic person or not, staring at the endless sky full of stars is quite a thrilling activity to do. Boracay is a favourite place to enjoy a wonderful stargazing activity especially during the summer season. Imagine yourself walking in the soft powdery sands of the beach, with matching crashing of the waves as background and just being captivated by the twinkle of thousands of stars of the night showing off at you. If you are lucky, you might see some wishing stars go by. Don’t forget to make a wish!
Horseback RidingBoracay Horse Riding gives you the extraordinary experience of discovering a secluded beach while riding a horse! Make your cowboy dream a reality by trying out horseback riding and explore the jungles and forests around the island. The activity is located on the largest privately owned property in Boracay where you can explore the jungle paths and also have a quick ride right on the beach. Saddle up and ride out!
Eat! Eat! Eat!You know it’s a legit vacation when there’s food involved. After all, eating is practically synonymous to travel! There are so many restaurants to choose from in Boracay, each has its own entree to boast for. But if you want to get a taste of authentic Filipino treats then go to any restaurants that serve Halo-halo and lumpia! They are the classic merienda (midday snacks) favourites you don’t wanna miss.