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Stations in Boracay Island  

Cagban Jetty Port, WWRQ+5P Malay, Aklan, Philippineslogo
Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, Aklan West Road, Malay, 5608 Aklan, Philippineslogo
Newcoast Drive, Malay, Aklan, Philippineslogo
Boracay, Malay, Philippineslogo
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Boracay Island at a glance

High season

November to May
Place you can't miss
White Beach
Local currency
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Boracay Island has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This comes from its natural and powdery white sand made from seashells. People say that you can’t grasp the sand in your palm, that’s how powdery they are. The island itself has many world-class facilities and amenities for everyone to enjoy. One of the most popular strips of sand on Boracay Island is the White Beach. You’ll enjoy walking along this 4 km stretch which occupies half of the island’s west coast and offering the best sunset views. You’ll have a choice of 3 different subareas of the beach with Station 1 being more serene and upscale. Station 2 is where you’ll find restaurants, bars and shops. While Station 3 attracts more of the budget conscious travelers. Wherever you are on the island, you’ll have plenty of things to eat, see and do. Make sure to also explore the underwater offerings of the island as they’re also spectacular.

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