There is no doubt that the Philippines is blessed with beautiful tourist destinations. With 7,107 islands, Philippines has more than thousand destinations to choose from. Among those blessed with authenticity and good-looking sceneries is the Boracay Island. World renowned for its clear blue waters with powdery white sandy shores, this island is one of the top most visited destinations in the country.
When you visit Boracay, never miss to perform the different activities offered by the island. Here is a listing of the top 20 activities you might actually do while in Boracay tour.
Flyfish is an inflatable raft, carrying 2-5 persons (two lying on their back and one sitting on the center), holding on to a string handle while the raft is pulled by a speedboat. The same feeling when you are riding with banana boat but the difference is the speed.
Sunset at the Beach
Sunsets are reminders that God has given us another day to live our lives. There’s no other place you could probably see the sun setting down, than Boracay. A picturesque event one shouldn’t miss.
Boracay isn’t just about fun and activities, it’s also about SEAFOODS. Enjoy a sumptuous meal with fresh seafoods such as lobsters, prawns and fishes. Ooohh! Delicious, isn’t it?
One of the most common proofs that you’ve been to Boracay is that you have your own Henna Tattoo. Tatoo artists are just around the corner in Boracay bringing their own folios. They have designs to choose from but you can have them modified if you want. The Henna tattoos will last for weeks but it’ll depend on how frequent you wash them. You can also opt to have your own permanent tattoo. . Don’t worry about the needles; they are using the disposable ones.
Aside from Henna Tattoos, Braids are also the most common evidence that you had visited Boracay. The skilful hands of the hair braiders in Boracay wouldn’t have any problem whether you have a long hair or short hair. They can make use of the strands you have in your hair!
Experience to be one with the sea creatures. Never miss to try feeding fishes and walking underwater with your helmet. It’ll cost you at around P500.00. You can also take have your pictures taken as well.
Philippines is made up of 7,107 islands, and it shouldn’t bother our thoughts why one should go for island hopping. Boracay alone is a island and there are pretty much more islands nearby you want to go for a cruise and explore. Bangkas are usually the means of transportation will you’re on tour, which means there is more opportunity for you to really sightsee the ocean yourself.