Always Summer in Boracay

Boracay in June is almost as crowded as during the peak of summer—foreigners, locals, men and women in swimsuits, henna tattoos, and braids. The bars are still very much alive at night, and the fire dancers continue to amaze. During the 3 days we were there, it rained for 2 days (though just light, and for just a few hours).

Boracay 2017

Here are some highlights of the trip, which I will write about in more details in my next posts:

Where to Stay: Savoy Hotel, Newcoast Boracay

What to Do:

  • Sunrise and sunset watching
  • Finding sand castles to take photos with
  • Pub crawling
  • Food tripping (not to miss: Chori Burger + Jonah’s Shake + Lemon/Calamansi Muffin)
  • Watching a fire dancing exhibition

Boracay Aklan

Below are some other activities that I have tried in Boracay during my previous visits:

  • Ariel’s Point
  • Luho Point ATV
  • Paragliding
  • Helmet Diving

Stay tuned for the details! 🙂


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