Boracay is accessible from the major cities of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The main jump-off point is Caticlan Jetty Port. You may get to the world-renowned island in three ways—by air, land, or sea. By air, Caticlan has direct flights from Manila, Clark, and Cebu. By land, tourists may opt to ride a bus, van, or private car from other provinces on Panay Island. By water, Caticlan has ferry trips from Batangas and Mindoro.
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Puka Beach has a beautiful, quiet, and private environment. Tourists can come here in the evening, quietly looking for shells and watching the sunset.
Wetland 4 “Balabag Wetland Park”
The Wetland No. 4 which is locally called “Laketown” is located at Brgy. Balabag, Boracay Island, Malay Aklan. Based on the Ramsar “Classification System for Wetland Type”, the said inland wetland is classified as permanent saline/brackish alkaline lakes (TQ) as its existence was considered as lake/pond/lagoon on inorganic soils with almost no vegetation except for the Bangkal trees lining the boundary of the said wetland. Wetland No. 4 now is one of the most visited areas in Boracay Island.
Enjoy the scenic terrain of the island through two bike circuits: a sightseeing tour circuit and an endurance biking circuit. The circuit includes a visit to the famous Boracay Island Keyhole.
Paraw Sunset Cruise
Enjoy a first-class view of Boracay Island’s breathtaking sunset while going on a sunset cruise on a traditional paraw boat. This is perfect for travelers who love beautiful sceneries, and are looking to experience an unobstructed view of the sky when it turns into shades of orange.
Fruit Shake is undoubtedly one of the most popular refreshments in Boracay. The freshness of the ingredients and the wide selection of fruit drinks will keep you coming back for more.
Laud’s Chori Sliders
Inspired by Boracay’s Famous Chori Burger made to sliders for sharing. Patties are made from scratch using local ingredients, sweet and salty sauce, and fresh veggies in home-baked mini buns. The Chori Sliders comes with Parmesan Homestyle chips.
Various island souvenirs
Souvenirs such as native handicraft, home decor, ceramic magnets, Boracay t-shirts and fashion accessories are among the most popular pasalubongs you can get from the island.
Visit resale shops around the island to buy some locally produced Gloria’s handmade natural Catch soap. These soaps are made from the highest quality ingredients such as coconut oil, fruit and vegetable extracts. This will surely be a great gift for your loved ones.