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What To Do There?
Boat trips around the island, windsurfing, diving, sailing, horseback
riding, snorkeling, golf, mountain biking.
Where To Eat?
There are four miles of beachfront restaurants with every kind
of food you can imagine: Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Italian,
Spanish, French, German, Korean, as well as Filipino.
What To Bring?
You need very few clothes. Beach clothes/towels can be bought
on the island. Sweet pants and tops are useful if you go at Christmas,
when it can get cool at night.
Travel Tips and General Informations
Make a Wind Chime
The sound of a wind time in the summer breeze is very relaxing and making one can
occupy the children for an afternoon. The materials you will need are items that will
make a pretty sound when they rub against each other (shells, beads, or even old
utensils), something sharp to poke a hole through each item, a hammer, string, a round
item (a lid or piece of wood) for the top, and a hook to hang the wind chime.
Once all the items are collected the adult should use the hammer and sharp object (such
as a screwdriver) to make a hole in each object. If the item is too hard to make a hole in
(like a rock) tie string around it several times until it is secured. After the holes are made
tie a piece of string to each item. Make a Wind Chime
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Source of Information:
Department of Tourism, Philippines
Take a mixture of American dollars in traveler's cheques and
cash. Change some
money at Manila International Airport where the rate is better
than on Boracay. Credit
cards are accepted in some locations on Boracay. Safety deposit
boxes for valuables
are available at the Tourist Centre on Boracay.
Sunglasses, a hat, a flashlight and a good pair of beach sandals.
Boracay has recently become famous as one of the country's prime
venues. It is now considered one of Asia's Best Boardsailing
Destinations. An annual
international event, the (San Miguel Super Dry) Boracay International
is held every January or February of the year to promote this
sports in the island.
Inquiries may be made at Green Yard Beach Resort.
The underwater world of Boracay is particularly interesting because
of its rich marine
life which is highly visible against the pure, white sand. Coral
reefs still continue to
thrive around the island. Diving and snorkeling gear (including
diving trips for the
seasoned diver and lessons for the neophytes) are available at
many diving centers
or establishments in the island. Among the notable ones are Calypso
Diving and the
Red Coral Diving School.
A trip to Boracay is made more exhilarating and relaxing by drifting
around the island
aboard a banca (outrigger) kayaking, paddleboating, yachting
or speed boating. The
proper equipment are available for rent at a number of resorts
at reasonable rates.
This sport has also gain popularity in the island. Guided mountain
biking trips which
cover Boracay's environs or nearby islands are available to the
neophyte as well as
the seasoned biker. Mountain bikes are available for rent at
most sports centers in
Beach Volleyball and Other
Boracay is a haven not just for aquasports enthusiasts but for
inland sports buffs as
well. Among the sports, which Boracay has become famous for internationally,
beach volleyball and soccer. Annual tournaments are held to promote
these sports in
Some guests prefer to bask in the sun, lie under the cool shade
of coconut trees, and
watch the colorful beach activities or read their favorite book.
Whether you stay out
in the sun or keep your cool in the shade, don't ever forget
to slather on sunscreen to
avoid any skin damage. Remember, sand and water can also reflect
INSO DISCO, Lorenzo Main
Shed your excess energy and calories in the island's disco. The
INSO DISCO offers the state of the art lighting equipment and
sound technology. Conveniently located from all points of the
island, opens nightly from 8:00 p.m. until 2:00 am. It has also
a bar that accepts reservations for private parties. Boracay
Watching the sunset right on
White Beach is one of the highlights of a Boracay trip.
The breathtaking display of colors in the sky is spectacular
and unique as it blends
with Boracay's horizon.
The gourmet may be suprised at the treat that awaits in Boracay.
restaurants, mostly located right at the beachfront, serves sumptuous
cuisine - American, Singaporean, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican,
French, Spanish, Thai
and Filipino. Seafood dripping fresh straight from the sea; fresh
juices-heavenly to taste! wine and liquor choice is wide as well.
Bars also abound in the island, and are one of the favorite tourist
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