Boracay is one of the Philippines' most visited holiday islands and known for its long stretches of soft sand, crystalline waters and well preserved forested interiors. Multiple inshore reef provide natural barriers making the seas perfect for a wide range of water sports, including snorkelling, diving, windsurfing and kiteboarding. Cliff diving is on offer for those looking for an adrenaline rush to contrast with days relaxing on the beach and Boracay is also home to an internationally acclaimed 8-hole par 72 golf course. A buzzing nightlife scene appeals to the younger crowd with bars and clubs catering to the party crowd.
Considering a villa holiday in Boracay? Here's some useful information to get you started on your vacation planning.
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Now that you've decided on your destination, here are some pointers on how you can get to your Boracay villa.
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