Boracay is 9km long and about 1km wide at its narrow point in the middle. It is popular with scuba diver sand windsurfers and kitesurfers. You can enjoy some tropical beach here of course when you tire from the activity. Boracay also has fabulous resorts, sun kissed beaches, amazing diving, snorkeling, and seafood.  It’s considered one of the finest islands in Southeast Asia and Filipinos take a lot of pride in the island.

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Quick Facts About Boracay
Capital: —- Population: 12,003
Size: 10.32 km2
Power Outlets: 220V 60Hz Official Languages: Tagalog, English
Currency: Philippine Peso
Time Zone: GMT +8
Religion: Catholic
Calling Code: +63

When to go: March to June are the summer months in Boracay, temperatures range from 28 to 38 degrees Celsius. The rainy season is between July and October and November to February has pleasant winds, cool nights, and occasional rain showers.