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The District Boracay is a five-minute walk from White Beach and features an outdoor pool. This highly rated 4-star hotel offers a kids pool, a coffee bar and massage services.
White Beach Station 3 is the furthest south of the three stations and is famously easier on the wallet than 1 or 2.
Station 2 is, unsurprisingly, smack-bang in the middle of Station 1 and 3. Bulabog Beach is on the east side of the island, just over from Station 2.
A ten-minute walk north of White Beach Station 1 will have you on the beautiful stretch of sand known as Diniwid Beach. The walk itself is semi-hidden and goes around the cliffs.
Boracay is a tiny island in the middle of the Philippines, just off the northern tip of the much bigger Panay Island. So much so, the government have put new regulations in place to ensure the sustainability of tourism on the island.
This has the benefit of making Boracay an even nicer destination for those visiting, with overcrowding no longer a concern. It packs a massive punch for its size, and can provide the ideal holiday for any traveller if they know where to look!
With 17 beaches on its picture-perfect coastline, there are plenty of options to choose from. Like Puka Beach, famous for the shells that are plentiful on its sands and are said to protect travellers on their journeys.
And Manoc Manoc Beach, where you can watch the kite-surfers battle the currents and winds to get some outstanding air! Or Balinghai Beach, so secluded the best way to access it is by sailboat.
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Our favourite travel backpack is the Aer Travel Pack 2. Located at the northern end of the famous White Beach, Station 1 is the most luxurious of the three, home to many of the high-end resorts of the island.
In saying that, it does have its own densely packed nightlife area, all within easy walking distance of each other. Henann Garden Resort. Ralph's Place.
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I got the chance to talk to some vendors and learned that a lot of these vendors do not belong there but came form different islands as well some as far as Mindanao the Southern most part of the Philippines.
They were all looking for jobs, because as advertised, the Department of Tourism of the Philippines is showing Boracay all over the world.
And visiting Philippines is all about the travel. The common inexpensive means of travelling from one place to another is by land and by boat.
Travel time is usually hrs. I suggest you visit Coron Palawan among all parts of Palawan. You may also want to go to Vigan in Ilocos, for the Spanish vibe.
Tried a 4-day exploration driving around Luzon. Again, explore Philippines. My wife is Cebuana, I love visiting there when we return.
Once out of the city, the island has many spectacular places to visit. Our favourite place is Bantayan Island. That is our place to unwind and forget everything.
Except during Holy Week. Behind of all the negative experiences you had in the Island of Boracay, I hope you still remember the white long beach and the clear blue water.
I think you missed to visit Mt. Luho, from there you can see the view of whole island and not to judge the island from one side only.
Boracay is one of the popular beach destination so I hope as a traveler you expect the flock of tourists. I hope they improve that place so they can thrive.
You know, there is a legitimate exception. Not true.. There is a resto in Bacolod who employes dwarfs… Dagul was discovered through that restaurant.
Maybe you are just sick by the time you went to Boracay. Your moods not so appreciative that time. Sorry for the Vendors you mentioned…they are really annoying and I hope the Givernment of the Philippines will do something about the jobless Filipino people.
Anna its a fact anywhere in this world little people wont stand much chance in finding a normal job, because of their physical attribute compared to the normal sized people.
For a traveller as what you have claimed , you have a poor hindsight and obviously being snooty for deloping countries and its people.
If you are that negative, dont travel to asia, or anywhere else, every place has its own merits and demerits, and so us individuals.
Even not meeting you i can deduce you have more negative energy in your body than positive. Maybe its time for you to settle back in your home and ponder what and where you could get happiness.
Read some more valuable books and enhance your mindset. There is a place in Manila where dwarf throwing is practiced, very funny apparently.
Dwarves are in BIG demand in TV and movies too. If your looking for party and nightlife…. Just visit boracay…….. But if you want to just enjoy the beauty Of the place God gave….
Visit other places in the Philippines…. Palawan is nice place to go…. But make sure that its summer cuz u cant enjoy if its rainy days…… Sagada in benguet… Cebu and bohol…… Also in batanes…..
Thanks and good write of this place. I like to get here in the future. As i am also a mindful of advice, look forward to keep in touch cheers JR.
Must be a huge nightmare for you dear. What an honest-to-goodness review. I despise Boracay with a passion. Went once in for three days and that was two and a half days too much for me.
Of course I also hate Bali too, for all the same reasons you outlined here except the difficulty in getting to the island.
But the vendors harassing your private moment of peace when you are hanging out on the beach is too much, even to me! My sentiments exactly, the whole article and more!
I left Boracay almost 20 years ago and had gone back a couple of times to visit for a few days since.. I hope you get to visit Palawan and other places before they, too, become tourist traps.
Happy traveling! I am not a big traveler, I have never been anywhere exotic, not have I heard of this island, but this was really interesting to read.
Your big smiles in your photos show how disappointed you were in Boracay. Thanks for the heads up Anna!
This is very good info- will definitely be skipping this place. I hate everything touristy so this spot clearly is not for me.
I look at it this way. The worst day on vacation is better than a good day at work. But still. Gotta enjoy the warm white sands because the winds of change can shift and you may not be able to do what you do tomorrow.
Hi Anna, this is why I like reading your blog. You are very honest and if the perception is different to the reality then you will make that clear.
After reading this all the points you list would make me dislike Boracay too. Drunken, ignorant tourists, disrespectful people trying to make money by any means from visitors, lack of culture….
I will give it that the beach sands look amazing. Such a shame it is not possible to sit back, relax and take in the amazing views.
I have experienced it when we stayed in Station 2. If relaxation is what you want, you should have stayed at Station 1 or the more secluded Shangrilla Hotel they have their own beach.
I have stayed once in station 2 and i hate it. The noice, and the annoying drunk tourists is too much. Since then, only station 1 for me.
There you are detached from the party scene. No loud noises, no vendors, and less drunk tourist. You just need to pay more.
Im a Filipino by the way, thanks for your accurate feedbacks. I regularly go to Boracay to relax, and i pity the state that its in.
I hope it went viral here to our government officials will take notice. Boracay is a hotspot. Even the locals in Boracay have their own sub-culture already different from another region in the PH.
Calling it the worst island when you only experienced it during a peak or super peak season is your opinion and I can understand you may have had a confluence of things happening when you were there.
Everything else will either not measure up or downhill from there. Getting killed for sharing your experience when PH pols get wind of it?
Come on, Anna! This one is exaggerating but some tourists will give weight to it and make sweeping conclusions in their mind.
Anna, after the phil tourism officials and politicians spot this article, you will permanently be blacklisted with immigration from entering the philippines.
And if you do make it in, they will probably assassinate you. More journalists and reporters are murdered in the philippines than Russia.
Very interesting article, i will keep this advice on my visit to Philipines, instead i think is more worth to visit El Nido right? Any tours you can recommend to get there?
Take tours A, B and C. Each would have its own highlight. Also, do not miss Nacpan-Calitang Twin Beach. But if you have limited time, prioritize tours A and C.
You could also ask the boatman to pick the best spots from tours A, B and C. You might have to pay a different rate though, as tours A, B, C and D are the standard ones.
It sounds exactly like my experience in Thailand so thank you thank you and thank you again for the heads up, because after I read so many sugarcoated blog posts about visiting the Phillipines I really wanted to go.
I can only imagine how dissapointed I would have been if I ended up on another Ko Phi Phi island but in Phillipines. Yeah, skip Boracay if you want to be somewhere quiet, isolated.
Yes, just skip Boracay altogether. There are still many undiscovered places here in the Philippines. You may consider going to Batanes or Palawan.
However, must admit that Boracay is waaaay too commercialized. It saddens us. But this is the truth though. Because Boracay is just one of the 7, Islands the Philippines have.
If you really want to enjoy the Philippines, try going to a virgin island. No hotels, no bars, just you and your camping gear. Marta, sorry to jump into the conversation, but the Philippines have more than islands, and Boracay is the n.
It all depends on what you want. Some people will still like the Boracay vibe, some others will prefer the more quiet Palawan just to name another very famous spot , I visited many Islands in the Philippines because I stayed there for 4 months in a row, and I can assure you that they are still well worth a visit!
Too bad. Hi Clelia! Thanks for the insight. I was certainly referring to Boracay in my comment not to Phillipines as a whole! Hell even if I hated my previous experience in Thailand I would give it another shot and visit the north, as everyone says it is completely different than the south.
But I have read so many articles about how amazing Boracay is and from what I am reading here and in many comments below it is far from the truth.
I am not crossing Phillipines of my list just because of this article, but I think Boracay will be a place I will skip for the sake of other islands!
I especially get angry at the vendors. Having seen these guys in action for so long I can assure you that they have no hope of you actually buying something and mostly just want to get close to you to check you out.
They can be pushy to guys as well, I was there just last month and literally shoved a guy off the path for trying to sell me a selfie stick by putting the dang thing in my face.
I felt terrible afterward, and still feel bad about it actually, but at the time I just had had enough — haha. But I would choose Bohol over Boracay any day.
Better culture, better people. Great article and an interesting read — especially as I very nearly went to Boracay on a recent trip to Asia.
Which Filipino islands would you recommend? If you want a 10 visitor per day, research about hundred island in Pangasinan, one of those island can be visitor or just go island hopping to it.
Thank you anna for the heads up. You went to boracay on its peak season what do you expect? As a traveller you need to expect the worse and be wise your chosen destination.
I think Anna here should book a trip to heaven. I think you will enjoy the experience more. You should go to museums, churches, temples, or places like that.
You should have stayed at the other side of Boracay. If you decide to give the island another try, go island hopping so you get to see other areas and beaches in Boracay.
Not mad at you girl the thing is that you need to expect those things you mentioned in boracay because it has been posted several times. What you did is already plagiarism.
Anyway, you should Google LaBoracay. Great blog! The first trip was all right because my friends and I booked ourselves in the FARTHEST part of the stations, where there are no people.
Not my scene. I swore off Boracay ever since. He was trying to preserve heritage sites and was killed for it.