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The kind of island you’ll never want to leave

Dainty Boracay makes up for size by bursting at the seams with some of the world’s most picturesque beaches, bohemian bars and enticing eateries. Boracay has climbed its way to the top to be crowned as one of the best island destinations in the world – and rightfully so.

Why visit Boracay?

  • Powdery white sandy beaches
  • Famous White Beach
  • Beautiful shallow turquoise waters
  • Incredible underwater world
  • Friendly local people
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Mouthwatering seafood
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Henann Palm Beach - Beach (artist impression)

Henann Palm Beach Resort

From £73 pp
Silver Plus

This beachfront resort boasts a fantastic location within close proximity to shops, restaurants and bars on the island.

Shangri La Boracay - Aerial

Shangri-Las Boracay Resort & Spa

From £126 pp
The Prestige Collection - for those who demand the ultimate in luxurious accommodation

This secluded resort is located amid abundant gardens on a hillside overlooking the ocean at the northern tip of Boracay.

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The facts:

Getting there: There are no non-stop flights from the UK to Boracay, however it is only an hour by air from Manila or approximately 45 minutes by air from Cebu.

Best time to travel: Boracay has a tropical climate with an average temperature around 30ºC. The most popular time to visit is during the dry season, between November and May. The rainy season is from June to October and can bring a lot of rain, although it rarely rains all day.

Boracay climate:

Boracay Climate Chart