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Boracay is a tropical small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila, Philippines. Boracay Island and its beaches have received awards from numerous travel publications and agencies. The island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak in the municipality of Malay, in Aklan Province. The island is administered by the Philippine Tourism Authority and the provincial government of Aklan. Apart from its white sand beaches, Boracay is also famous for being one of the world's top destinations for relaxation. It is also emerging among the top destinations for tranquility and nightlife. 

Famous for its beautiful white sand beaches, Boracay first showed up on the tourist map as a backpackers destination decades ago. Since then Boracay has grown so much in popularity that the original backpackers would probably not recognize it. This is not a terrible thing, however!

Boracay now has some of the finest hotels and resorts in the Philippines. It has also become home to amazing restaurants serving up authentic flavors from around the world. Boracay’s nightlife scene has also developed quite nicely. Bars and discos can be found up and down Boracay’s white beach, keeping the crowds partying till the early hours. In peak season Boracay hosts a wide range of international DJs playing to packed parties.

Boracay has also developed with respect to activities. Now each and every day can be packed with fun adventure. Scuba diving, parasailing, golfing, horseback riding, kiteboarding, and jet skiing are just a few of the many activities on Boracay. 

With its pristine shores and amazing views, this is a place frequently visited by tourists and there are many Boracay hotels where tourists can enjoy a perfect holiday. Activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, kite-boarding, cliff diving, and beach relaxation are what attracts tourists here from different parts pf the globe. The shores here are dotted with several stalls wherein vendors can sell anything from jewelleries, t-shirts to sporting equipment. There are many Boracay spots that can captivate and entice tourists.
White Beach: is the most popular beach in Boracay. With its beautiful stretch of powdery white sand against azure water, this area is also the commercial centre of the island with many restaurants, cafes, bars, internet cafes, shops, bakeries, etc. Many prime resorts and hotels in Boracay are located in this stretch.
Puka Beach: is a popular beach here and is the perfect example of a tropical island with white sand, blue waters, and palm groves. Puka Beach was named after puka shells found along its shoreline. These materials are used as fashion accessories.
Bat Cave: Located in the western part of the island, the Bat Caves is a unique tourist spot in Boracay. Tourists need to go one hike through the forest to reach the mouth of the cave which is home to small cave bats and giant fruit bats that roam around the area after sunset. This place is quite a popular site for naturalists, photographers and adventure seekers.
Baling Hai Beach : is another beautiful and popular beach in Bocaray where tourists can enjoy swimming, snorkelling and dining in a relaxed, peaceful environment. It boasts of a restaurant on top of the cliff that overlooks the whole area and provides visitors an amazing view of the island.
Mount Luho: is the highest point in Boracay and one of the tourist attractions that rises up to an altitude of 100 meters above sea level. It is a small mountain with a viewing deck and one can get an amazing view of the east coast from of the island. Notable hotels in Mount Luho are Cohiba Villa, Private Mountain Casitas, Tanawin Luxury Apartments, and Tradewinds
Crocodile Island: is a real life adventure. Crocodile Island enjoys an unspoiled and abundant marine life. The area is just bursting with underwater activity. A snorkelling expedition in the area gives tourists the chance to see a breath-taking collection of corals together with a wide selection of fish.
Crystal Cove:  is a privately developed island that boasts of good underground snorkelling, and the place is ideal for those interested in water sports and having a sense of adventure.
Boracay Butterfly Gardens: on Bulabog Beach is a must-see place where tourists can tour and see some butterflies of every shapes and colours. 
Dead Forest: With dead tree trunks sticking out of stagnant water, the Dead Forest presents a highly romantic scene surrounded by old folk tales about ghosts and goblins. Local folk believe supernatural occurrences take place here, particularly on full moon nights.
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