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Boracay Information

Travel and Local Information Guide

Boracay is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Philippines. Located some 300 km south of Manila, the island rapidly developed from virtually unknown to a lively party place with over 350 hotels, resorts and guesthouses. Even the government closing the island for 6 months in 2018 didn’t reduce its popularity.

Boracay has all it takes to offer you a memorable vacation, but it helps to be prepared for it and know exactly what to expect. Our Boracay information page is here to give you further details about the island, its climate, the airports that serve it and how to get around it safely.

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Boracay Information

  • Boracay Weather

    Boracay weather is defined by two seasons: the high season is named Amihan and runs from November to May, while the low Read More»

  • Getting Around Boracay

    Getting around Boracay Island is fairly easy. The island is rather small – 7 km from north to south and about 2 km Read More»

  • Boracay Airport

    Renamed Boracay Airport (MPH) in 2016, but also known as Godofredo P. Ramos Airport and Caticlan Airport, this main Read More»

  • Kalibo International Airport

    Kalibo International Airport (KLO) is the second airport that serves Boracay on Panay Island. Boracay Airport is closer, Read More»

  • 9 Things to Do in Boracay When It Rains

    9 Things to Do in Boracay When It Rains

    There’s a cool choice of things to do in Boracay when it rains. At first, it appears certainly not fun, as all those who Read More»

  • Boracay map

    Boracay Island Map

    Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as Read More»

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