Summer. White sand beach. Sun-kissed skin. Night parties. Fire dances. Filipinos as well as foreign nationals' summer escapade won't be complete without their Boracay experience. Boracay is also known as the typical Pacific Island paradise. Most of us wanted to experience the one of a kind summer escapade in this island. All you need to do is relax and enjoy your Boracay summer holiday experience.
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APRIL 29-MAY 01, 2017
* Roundtrip Airfare via Cebu Pacific
* 3 Days 2 Nights Hotel Accommodation at La Carmela de Boracay
* Daily Breakfast
* Round Trip Airport (land/sea) transfers Seat in coach
* Terminal & Environmental fee
* Minimum of 4 pax
Aside from the white sand beach, and refreshing blue water, Boracay is also known for its other attractions. It includes Mount Luho where you can have the most panoramic view of the Boracay Island. You can visit the Boracay Rock, beaches and different rock formations, and Bat caves. They also have a tour in the Boracay Butterfly gardens, Crystal Cove, and Dead Forest.
Events & Festivals
Boracay is part of the province of Kalibo. Aklanons celebrate their different events and festivals honoring and symbolizing their culture and tradition. First on the list is the Ati-Atihan Festival which is one of the most-awaited festivals in the Philippines every year. The festival symbolizes the native people of the island. Next are the Sports events such as Dragon Boat, dive Olympics and beach games. Also, Yapak Fiesta is celebrated in the island. The fiesta is highlighted by the dances and parades by walking barefoot.
Culture & Heritage
Negrito, people called Ati, was the first settlers of Boracay. Boracay's largest villages or barangays are Yapak, Balabag and Manoc-Manoc, there are also several smaller hamlets called sitios.
Tours & Walks
Boracay offers different tours and activities that you can enjoy alone or with your friends and family. You can try their very relaxing and soothing massage and spa centers, Boat trips to have a glimpse around the island, Diving for a more better view of the magnificent coral formations of the island, and may other activities such as sailing, snorkeling, and windsurfing.
People in Aklan spoke a Visayan language called Inati. Later, settlers brought other languages to the island, including Aklanon, Hiligaynon, Kinaray-a, and other Visayan anguages. They are also speaking in Tagalog and English.