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Boracay is undoubtedly the most famous tropical island destination in the Philippines, famed for its sugary-soft, four kilometre-long, white beach. Aside from its beautiful beach, the island is surrounded by marine sanctuaries that offer untouched coral reef gardens and diverse sea life. The island is located just 2 kilometres from the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region.
Boracay Island is a popular tropical island in the Philippines and definately classifies as one of those places and most vote the island as the best tropical island getaway in the Phlippines. It ticks all the boxes, flat clear blue water with tropical fish and corals. Pure white sand (Boracay is famous for its white sand silky sand) and of course palm trees lining the beach, with a beautiful mountain range to the left.
The whole island is only about 7 kilometres long and only 1 kilometre wide in some sections and behind the line of palm trees on the beach is a sand path lined with restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and resorts. There is a truly majestic paradise island feeling to Boracay; from the moment you land there's a feeling in the air that you are in a special place.
If Boracay Island in the Philippines isn’t the perfect tropical island getaway, it’s certainly darn close.
Visitors to Boracay enjoy unlimited access to beaches of powdery white sand, crystal-clear water, and a multitude of entertainment options. During the peak season between March to June, the weather obliges Boracay with clear skies and unobstructed sunlight - perfect weather for soaking up the rays or enjoying some watersports.
When the sun goes down, Boracay’s rowdy nightlife kicks in, drawing crowds to nightly revelries at D’Mall at Station 2. Despite snowballing development, Boracay Island retains much of the charm that first brought foreign visitors over in the 1970s.