Boracay - A World
Favorite Island Destination 

Boracay Island is a tropical paradise located in the Philippines.  Known for its stunning white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters, it is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world.  The island offers a range of water- and land-based activities, delicious local and international cuisine, and a vibrant nightlife.

Boracay has been in the Wold's Best Islands list of Travel + Leisure Magazine since 2011.  In 2023, Boracay Island ranked 10th in T+L Readers' 25 Favorite Islands in the World. 

More than 7,000 islands make up the Philippines, and Boracay  still manages to stand apart from the rest. The tiny island — just 4.5 miles long — is known as “the island that never sleeps” for its parties and nightlife. One T+L reader called the island “the best leisure vacation destination.”  - Travel+Leisure Magazine

Getting There

The fastest way to get to Boracay is by air.  The nearest airports are Caticlan Airport (Godofredo P Ramos Airport) and Kalibo International Airport.  Many major airlines have flights to these airports from Manila, Clark, and Cebu. 

Transfer to Caticlan Jetty Port:

  • From Caticlan Airport, you will need to take a tricycle or shuttle to Caticlan Jetty Port (about a 10-minute ride). 
  • If you arrive at Kalibo Airport, you'll need to take a bus or van for a roughly 2-hour trip to Caticlan Jetty Port.

From Caticlan Jetty Port to Boracay Island:

  • Boat Transfer to Boracay Island: From Caticlan Jetty Port, take a boat or ferry to Boracay Island. The ride is relatively short, usually around 15-20 minutes, and brings you to either Cagban or Tambisaan Jetty Port in Boracay.

Things To Do

Beach Activities

Boracay is famous for its stunning beaches. Relax, swim, sunbathe on the powder-fine sand or watch the sun set with a ice cold drink in hand. For those wanting a little more excitement, you can take a banana boat ride, or go parasailing  paddleboarding, or windsurfing.


There are a variety of dive sites around the island for both beginners and experienced divers to choose from.  For divers with advanced certification, there are ship and plane wrecks to explore.  Boracay's dive sites promise encounters with an array of fascinating marine life.

Explore the Environs

There is a wide choice of tours available from operators in the island - both shared and private.  Discover the hidden gems of Boracay and outlying islands - on foot, by boat, ATV, e-scooter, or even by helicopter.