The island offers many different activities like golf, diving, excursions to different islands, windsurfing, parasailing, wakeboarding, scuba diving, fishing, mountain biking, horse riding and so much more. You will never want to leave the island.
Come and fall in love with this magic place!
Boracay Island is located at the north tip of Panay Island in the center of the Philippines.
To enter the Philippines, you can either land first in Manila or Cebu. Then you will need to take an internal flight to reach one of the two airports close to Boracay - Caticlan or Kalibo, both situated on Panay Island. Boracay is too small to have an airport.
We can arrange the airport transfer for you.
Caticlan Airport is very close to Boracay Island. It takes just a 10 minutes boat ride from Caticlan Jetty Port to Boracay.
All the airlines allow passengers to take kitebags. Most of the airlines allow only 10 Kgs luggage but you can just pay the excess luggage at the moment of booking for around 3.5 euros a kg.
Check out Cebu air Pacific and Philippines Airlines.
Bolabog beach is a lagoon exclusively reserved for windsurfing and kitesurfing. That is where you will find our kitesurf center.
To come to us, just ask any tricycle to bring you to Islakite and get yourself ready to arrive in kitesurf paradise!
If he does not know where we are, tell him to bring you to Bolabog beach, passing by Laketown (he will understand). Then once on the beach, turn left and you will find us 30m further.
The Bolabog Lagoon is about 2600 m in length and about 700 m wide. The reef protects the lagoon from the waves so you will find yourself in a safe environment.
For the more experienced ones, there are very small waves to surf on the reef ! Free from swimmers and boat traffic, the shallow waters of the lagoon offer flat surface conditions ideal for kitesurfing lessons.
A 21 day tourist visa is granted upon your arrival in the country. If you wish to stay longer, extending your visa can easily be done at the local immigration office. You can extend up to a maximum of 1 year after which you will have to leave the country.
Compared to most European countries or the US, Boracay is considered very cheap to eat out in restaurants. For Example:
* 1 bottle of beer - 1US$ in Restaurants - 50cent in small shops
* Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner - You can find a meal from 1$ to 40$. On average it costs 5-10 US$ for a good meal per person.
In our restaurant, the majority of meals costs 3 US$
Local currency is the Philippine Peso. It’s easy to change your cash or travelers checks to Peso in Boracay. Credit cards are widely accepted in the larger hotels and resorts, a service charge of approx 6% is normally added to your bill. ATMs are available at D-Mall and Banks. At Islakite, we accept payments in Euro, USD and Peso.
If you’re worried about your kids, you can hire a babysitter easily on the Island at small cost of approx $6. Filipino love kids and you can be sure they will take very good care.
Boracay is considered a clean tourist Island. Although it’s always a good idea not to drink or wash your teeth with hotel water, much better to use bottled water. If you do need a pharmacy or need to see a Doctor then there’s plenty to choose from.
There are hundreds of restaurants in Boracay. Whatever your taste, there’s always an option. Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Mexican… delicious fresh seafood grilled to your satisfaction is available at any number of restaurants on the island. Being spoilt of choice is only trouble you’ll have!
Boracay is considered a safe tourist island. We don’t recommend that you keep valuables such as money and passports in your hotel though. Safety deposit boxes are available at the Tourist Center located in the center of the main White Beach. They charge 150P (3US$) per month.