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  • Puka Shell Beach

    地址:
    Puka Shell Beach, Malay, Aklan, Philippines .

    Puka Shell Beach - Has long been a popular beach, particularly with the locals wanting to escape the crowds on White Beach, and has been a perfect vision of a tropical island beach with white sand, blue waters, and palm groves. The waves can be choppy and strong, and a lot of fun, and Puka Beach has always been a great beach for picnics, or an alternative view of Boracay's famous Sunsets.

  • Mount Luho

    地址:
    Mount Luho, Malay, Aklan, Philippines .

    Mount Luho - Is the highest point in Boracay, rising up to an altitude of 100 meters above sea level, and is the best place to visit for views of Bulabog Beach and Boracay. Mount Luho has a couple of steep inclines but remains a very pleasant walk and, starting at Bulabog Beach you can walk a nice circuit up and around the mountain, down to the Main Road, just before Fairways.  It's not uncommon to see locals and visitors tackling this circuit as their morning run.  

  • Bulabog Beach

    地址:
    Bulabog Beach, Malay, Philippines .

    Bulabog Beach - Also known as 'Back Beach', is a great location to sit and enjoy the acrobatics of local and visiting Kitesufers and Windsurfers. Boracay hosts numerous competitions on this beach and even if you don't fully understand the rules for races or displays, you can still lose yourself in the excitement, or even chat to participants friends to get the low down.

  • Shrine at Willy's Rock

    地址:
    Boracay's Grotto, Malay, Aklan, Philippines .

    Shrine at Willy's Rock - Due to it's popularity, Willy's Rock served as the symbol of the island.

  • Crystal Cove Island

    地址:
    Tabon Point, Malay, 5618 Aklan .

    Crystal Cove Island - One of the must-visit island hopping destinations when you’re in Boracay. The private island is filled with mini coves, picturesque views, statues, and never ending photo op spots all over the island.

  • Ariel's Point

    地址:
    Batason, Buruanga, 5609 Aklan .

    Ariel's Point - Conquer your fear of heights with a full day of cliff diving and water sports. You’ll be whisked out onto the open waters in a longtail boat along with a dozen other thrill seeking backpackers and travelers. The boat will bring you to Ariel’s Point where you’ll climb up the rocky steps until you reach the main deck. That’s where the fun begins.

    You’ll see that there are 3 planks from which you can dive, ranging from 3 meters to 15 meters. Start with a simple Pencil Dive or you might end up making a loud slapping sound when you hit the water.

    If you want to play in the water but are too nervous to cliff dive, you can ascend the cliff via a bamboo ladder. There is snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boarding to enjoy when you sign up for Ariel’s day pass. This day pass includes a lunch buffet as well as an open bar to give you some courage.