Things to do in Boracay Island

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Mt. Luho

Boracay Island Tourist Attractions & Activities

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  • Boracay Island is popular among thrill seekers like you. In fact, a good percentage of travellers can't wait for the next trip to the regionto learn about local history and participate in the best activities. The most booked things to do can get the interest of even seasoned explorers, and it's not hard to see why. Our list includes a wide range of entertainment and opportunities for adventure. With Shared Shuttle: Caticlan Airport (MPH), there is an abundance of possibilities to choose from when you consider all the things you can do here at Expedia Australia.

It takes an expert itinerary to fully explore Boracay Island, especially when you long to include lots of exciting activities. And we realise you don't want to hunker down in your hotel room—you're excited to get out and play. You can't wait to scope out the top activities around, and an exploration of historic city neighbourhoods is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Our activities are the best way to organise your trip. Book professional city tours on Expedia Australia, and there will be no need to worry about looking at a map.

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1. D'Mall Boracay

D’Mall Boracay is a luxury open-air shopping center and market with upscale boutiques. It retains its traditional character with market stalls, where local vendors negotiate with visitors over artisanal handicrafts. Purchase souvenirs such as key chains, photos and shirts from this vast mall.
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Browse the eclectic range of items displayed in the quaint wooden market stalls and visit a charming park and a climbing arena.

2. Mt. Luho

Mt. Luho is a tall rock formation with a viewing deck offering panoramas of the entire island. A stunning golf course and many white-sand beaches make up the excellent views from the summit’s platform. Clamber up the rocky path to appreciate the vistas at the varying altitudes of this mountain.
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Ascend to the highest peak on Boracay Island for excellent views of the beaches and dense forests that decorate the undulating terrain.

3. Balinghai Beach

Balinghai Beach is a tropical beach destination in the northern part of the island of Boracay. This small, secluded part of the coastline sits under a cliff. Come here to swim, relax, dine near the shore and take part in watersports.
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Watersports, scuba diving and dining on the sand are some of the treats in store for visitors to this private beach.

4. Diniwid Beach

Diniwid Beach is a picturesque and pristine tropical utopia. This unhurried beach is a great antidote to the bustling tourist activities of Boracay’s White Beach. To reach Diniwid Beach, follow a waterfront trail at the foot of palm-clad cliffs. You’ll discover one of the island’s most beautiful yet lesser-visited coastal areas.
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Sink into crystalline water while basking in the scenic beauty at one of the more serene beaches on Boracay island. 

5. Puka Beach

Puka Beach is a quiet retreat with a dense tropical forest bordering its white sand and pristine water. The stretch of sand runs for about 2,620 feet (800 meters), making it one of the longest on the island. Examine the tiny Puka shells, which give the beach its name.
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Stroll along this stretch of beach to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and comb the sand for famous Puka shells that are used to make jewelry.

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