2017 Special Offer: Boracay Terraces Resort

Boracay Terraces Resort – The Boracay of Old

With many people mourning the loss of the ‘old Boracay’ it’s great to discover gems that still exist, offering that “Island Life” feel.


Boracay Terraces Beachfront


Boracay Terraces Resort, is a family-owned resort located at the very end of Station 1 White Beach.  Set back from the beach, with its palm trees intact, it is one of the few hotels that still offers that “island feel”.   Not just in the sense of being away from crowds of tourists but throughout its accommodation and restaurant, which have been lovingly re-designed and painted by the very talented daughter, Lara.

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Taj Suite Balcony


Boracay Terraces Resort offers some of the most spacious rooms on the island, which include all the standard amenities, with Twin and Double Rooms good for two people, and Family Rooms.  All of these include a good sized terrace or patio with tables and chairs, which overlook the gardens whilst still offering privacy and seclusion.

The Taj Suites, great for families or Honeymooners, are situated above the restaurant.


Taj A Honeymoon Suite

Sun loungers are located, under the palms, in an stretch of beach that is only used by resort guests. Additional touches are the hammocks strung between the palm trees, and little castaway and driftwood designs dotted around the beach area, restaurant and grounds.

The restaurant is open air with views of White Beach and Boracay’s crystal clear waters. Outside dining is available and offers the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sunset, accompanied by the soothing acoustic sounds of Aye Usero. The menu offers Philippine and Western cuisine, with a good range of vegetarian options, and a great fresh Juice, Shake and Cocktail menu. On occasional evenings singer song-writer, and the family’s youngest son, Armand Tj may perform at the mini-grand piano for restaurant guests.

We are currently offering a number of exclusive promos for Boracay Terraces Resort, including 30% off on Rooms and package deals for Easter Week and Laboracay.

Holy Week & Labor Weekend Package

Room Deal Promo



New Year on Boracay; What’s going on 2015?

New Years Eve is such a fun night on Boracay, even if the last 3 years have been wet ones!

So what are some of the events going on around the island?

In No Particular Order of Preference:


From around 11.20pm onwards the fireworks along White Beach start up, with Hotels, resorts and bars competing with each other for the best displays.

The jury is out on where the best place to put yourself is; centrally at Station 2’s BomBom Bar Boracay or Exit Bar (which for the last 2 years has featured a handy Umbrella Installation) or ‘Steve’s Cliff’ at the far end of Station 1, with its views down the whole of White Beach.


photo courtesy of island photographer Jack Jarilla, 31st Dec 2014

Regardless of where you place yourself on White Beach, you’ll have pretty good views of the fireworks, opportunities to buy ‘bonce-bouncers’ and whacky headware and hats from beach vendors, and a beach full of fellow revelers, wherever you are.


Area 51

More an after-party, and this year something special is going on with Malasimbo Goes to Boracay!  A week of events starting on December 27 through to New Years Eve, where it completes at Area 51.

Area 51 will feature their in-house Dj’s as well as Kristian Hernandez

Funds will be raised for 4 island Projects; Friends of the Flying Foxes, Mangrove Reforestation, Coral Reef Preservation and Investing in Future Leaders



Aloha Boracay Hotel & Aloha Bistro Boracay

The newest island and restaurant on the island (located at Station 3 on the beach road headed up by Boracay’s Best Western Tropics Hotel) is entering the Boracay party scene with a sumptuous New Years Eve 7-course Dinner starting at 6pm and including all you can drink drinks, live music from local artists and a fabulous Roof Deck from which to view the fireworks.

Check out their Facebook Page for more details of the 7-course menu.



Nigi Nigi Nu Noos (‘e’ Nu Nu Noos) Beach Resort New Year’s Celebration & Nigi Nigi Too’s

Nigi Nigi Nu Noos (for short) is centrally located at Station 2 White Beach and with a fabulous, and dishy, Head Chef Mike, Nigi’s is a great place to see in the New Year celebrations.  Dinner starts at 7pm-11pm. See the Menu below*

Reservations only, so secure your booking at Nigi Nigi Nu Noos: call (036) 288 5042 or 0907 5033089

Nigis new ye


Nigi Nigi Too‘s, located on White Beach at Station 1, is offering from 9pm an All you can eat BBQ with :

Starter: Tomato or Pumpkin soup served with homemade country bread
Main course: Chicken, Ribs, Sausages and Kebabs, Rice, Potato Salad, Green Salad
Dessert: Apple crumble and ice cream

Seating by Reservation Only – 0362883150 / 09176226445
Cost : Php 1,000 + 10% Service Charge
Kids 1/2 Price ( under 16 years old )



Masquerade Gala Dinner, Seaview Restaurant, Monaco Suites de Boracay

Monaco Suites de Boracay is located in Manoc Manoc, with views across the sea and Bulabog Beach, a really rather special location with a renowned restaurant; Seaview.

This Masquerade Gala Dinner will feature Champagne, a complete program of events with prizes, Fireworks and International, 5* Cuisine.

Make your Reservation on 036-288-4800



Prana Restaurant, Mandala Spa & Villa’s

This little restaurant went through extensive restoration from late 2014, until very recently in 2015, and many locals on the island had been eagerly awaiting it’s recent re-opening!

Located within the award winning Mandala Spa & Villa’s, it’s not surprising that this restaurant prides itself on healthy, nutritious and delicious gourmet cuisine; tasty AND virtuous!

New Years Eve Dinner is 6-9pm, a 3-course menu with a complimentary glass of red or white wine      *Advanced reservations are required, until December 30

For Inquiries & Reservations: T: (+63 36) 288 5858 M: (+63 917) 634 8430




Sweet 16 Beach House Surf Party at Boracay Terrace’s Resort & Steve’s Cliff, Station 1 White Beach

Will BTR outdo their Avatar New Year Party?  They’re going all out this year with a Beach House Surf Party, counting on another wet New Years Eve, by hosting an event that can be in or or outdoor!

Why not welcome the New Year 2016 with one of the best locations to view the fireworks, performances from Armand Tj, DJ Alex and various international friends, as well as Beer Pong, drinking games, card games and Twister!

“Party like it’s Spring Break” is the tagline and the party starts at 5.30pm to say farewell to that last sunset of 2015

Attire: Swim-wear! Board shorts for guys, Bikinis for the ladies, Wetsuits for those still with pasty-white skin!




Discovery Shores New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffet and Countdown Party

Starting at 7pm with a beachfront Dinner Buffet, priced at P5,995++ per person & P3,000++ children 7 years old and below

Followed by a 10pm Beachfront NYE Countdown Party
Discovery Shores Boracay sparkles this New Year’s Eve with a stellar countdown party and fireworks show. DJ Badkiss, DJ Javi Vargas and Smooth Band will keep the party going with groovy dance hits – definitely a memorable and dazzling welcome for 2016!



White House Beach Resort, White Beach Station 1

Another regular contender for the best place to be for New Years Eve is White House Beach Resort

With 7 Food Stations for the Buffet, Special Deals on Branded drinks, followed by sets by DJ McCoy Navales and one of the best fireworks displays, you are guaranteed to have a night to remember

If you’re planning to eat and drink a lot you could precede it by popping along to their free Zumba on the Beach session, sunset Dec 30th

Accommodation at White House Beach Resort

White House Beach Resort

Shangri-La Boracay

For those who have thicker wallets than the average visitor to Boracay, who want to be away from the crowds and seek a secluded cove or International Menu for their New Year’s Eve, you can’t go far wrong with a visit to Shangri-La Boracay

Reservations are required.  Check out the restaurant and menu options here



Have an EPIC New Year!!

Where would Boracay be without Epic?

Epic, in Partnership with HENNESSY, is hosting its annual White New Year’s Eve Ball; BEACH HEAVEN.  Party all night with International Guest DJ BRAM TIERIE and EPIC’s Resident DJs; DJ ADN and Alfred Maligaya.

For tickets and reservations call (+63 917) 809 8149

or email: epicboracay@gmail.com

Epic New Year


And when it’s all over … why not start 2016 with some fabulous Tours or Activities? Check out some relaxing ideas or thrill-seeking, hang-over cures (we do not offer a guarantee of ‘hang-over cures’)



Valentines on Boracay

Valentine’s Day – the day of Love, almost coincides with Chinese New Year this year (2015) and hotels on the island are busy taking bookings for their remaining rooms and packages

Things to do on the Loveliest Day of the year:-

10. Zorb Ball! It’s not for everyone, and certainly your girl may not thank you for the suggestion if she’s not an adventurous one, but Zorbing is actually quite good fun; barrelling down a hill inside a translucent ball, not knowing which way is up! (As a tip girls – make sure you’re the 2nd one in and out to avoid unflattering facial expressions and angles!)

9. Zipline – another adventurous activity; zipping down from Mount Luho road, across Ilig Iligan Beach and then returning by Cable Car. As with Zorbing; girls, you may want to ‘zip’ second .. or first, depending on your butt-confidence!

8. Step Back in Time and visit the Boracay of the 1920’s! Pop on over to the mainland and

Collecting spring water the hard way

Collecting spring water the hard way

visit the Motag Living Museum; pretend you’re your grandparents on your own little rice farm.

Hang out in a traditional farm house, ride the caribou, sow, harvest and thresh the rice, try out some traditional games, weave a decorative wall or a toy. It’s all about the Philippines farming heritage

7. Parasail; take in panoramic views of Boracay in a duo Parasail.

6. Take in a fabulous band; such as Top Junk who will be performing at Charlie’s Steakhouse & Diner on both 14th & 15th February in the evening. Enjoy the set along with some of the fabulous Grills or Steaks from an extensive menu.

5. Helicopter Tour of Boracay; short but oh so thrilling! This 10 minute flight will give you a true birds eye view of Boracay; a flight that you will never forget.

Underwater Love4. Make Valentine’s unforgettable! Book a Diving Activity … & PROPOSE to your lover whilst underwater! If you have never dived before, you could book in for an Adventure Dive (the ‘taster’ session) and still make your proposal a memorable one.

Even if you’re not ready to ‘put a ring on it’ doing a diving course, is something that you can both cherish as a memorable Valentine. Check out these Diving Activities

Spa Helios' 1st Floor Treatment Room3. His and hers Luxury Spa Treatment at the tranquil Spa Helios. Spa Helios is located in the quiet neighbourhood of Bantud, at the former Swiss Ambassadors Family Home; a beautiful building in a private location, set amongst tropical trees and plants, with a cooling swimming pool

2. A Paraw Sail :- you could enjoy a four-hour sail around the island, stopping off for a beach BBQ, or book a 1 or 2 hour sail finishing at sunset. Click here to make a booking with the infamous band of Red Pirates

1. The Traditional Rout but Always Priceless:- Enjoy a Boracay Sunset from a beautiful location. Some of the favourites for couples are Wahine or Spider House at Diniwid Cove, and Kasbah or White House Fusion Cuisine & Wine Lounge at Station 1, and Villa Caemilla or 357 Boracay, Station 3/Angol. Stick around at any one of these and enjoy a meal.

Wahine and Spider House, are both to be found at Diniwid Cove – accessible by trike from the main road or a lovely stroll along White Beach and then round the cliff side. You will reach Wahine first which is identified by its beautiful coloured sun umbrellas. Spider House is on the end of the next cliff; continue to walk along the beach, passing in front of Nami, and then in to the depths of the cliff until you reach the steps that will take you down in to Spider House.

Kasbah ValentinesKasbah and White House Fusion Cuisine & Wine Lounge are both on Station 1, and directly on the beach. Each has its own unique vibe; Kasbah serves delicious Moroccan food ranging from kebab wraps through to their delicious, and infamous, Tagine’s and delicate desserts.

The White House is popular with the younger Manila crowd and has also gained a massive following for its delicious menu.

Villa Caemilla & 357Boracay can be found at the end of Station 3, another quiet section of the beach away from the noise and crowds of Station 2. Villa Caemilla went through extensive refurbishment in 2013 and its light, bright and airy restaurant is a delight to eat in, and offers a varied menu of Philippine and International cuisine, including some of the best breads on the island. Coupled with lovely sun-loungers right in front you can pass the day in a state of bliss (sun-loungers have a surcharge of 500PHP, redeemable against food and drinks, if you are not staying at the hotel).

357Boracay is a hidden gem, ssshhh! Try to keep it on the QT. Not much has been done to the façade of this hotel, which has been open for at least 15 years, and this is why it might get overlooked by the first-time traveller. But locals and returning guests know differently! It may not offer fancy culinary delights but what is offered is good quality food and healthy servings; the ribs are a taste sensation and melt off the bone and on to your tongue, and then there are the desserts …… sigh! As with Villa Caemilla, there are sun-loungers available in front of the hotel

Check the facebook pages for each for any reservation requirements.
Check out our hotels running promo’s which coincide with Valentine’s Day

Eating out – some of the newest places to eat whilst on Boracay!

Charlie’s Steakhouse & Diner is located on Boracay’s main road, just a 2 minute walk up from the top of D’Mall, and is easily spotted as there is a giant guitar hanging from the façade. (check out the link below for Exclusive discounted rates for YCL Hotel, which shares ownership with Charlie’s Steakhouse & Diner)

Charlie’s opened in June 2014 and, unsurprisingly, is owned by  a man named Charlie; a guitar fiend, and musician, who plans to open many more Charlie’s Diners across the Philippines. Charlie’s Steakhouse & Diner is managed by Michael, who is another mean musician and former bandmate of Charlie.

Charlie, owner and founder of Charlie's Steakhouse & Diner Boracay

Charlie, owner and founder of Charlie’s Steakhouse & Diner Boracay

Charlie’s Steakhouse is fast gaining a following and many have said that the diner has the atmosphere of a British pub, with its stools, high tables and leather-backed seating. There is a polished mahogany bar on one side, with an array of beers and spirits, and the opposite wall is devoted almost entirely to Charlie’s guitar collection. Charlie’s is also great for watching live sporting events, with several large LCD TV’s around, and there is usually a special deal being run in conjunction.

Imported Angus Steak

Charlie’s imported Angus Steak

The menu at Charlie’s is that of a steakhouse, including a selection of imported Angus Steaks, grills and delicious salads, as well as some great platter options for sharing, delicious pasta dishes and desserts. You really are spoilt for choice.

If you visit for a late night session, to see one of the bands performing, get a selection of dishes and ‘share share’.  Firm favourites for sharing include the Fish Fingers, Calamari, Chicken Goujon and onion rings.  But be warned you may want to order it all over again!

Charlie’s Steakhouse and Diner also boasts the best sound system on the whole island, and bands and singers from across the Philippines, are literally queuing up to perform there. Performers have included 4th Clan from Pampanga, Coffee Break Island, Stephen Lu (Rizal Underground) and Roc Docs, to name a few. There is a house band and anyone is welcome to rock up and take a turn on stage.

Stephen Lu, Michael Deniega & Ronnie Badilla

Stephen Lu & Ronnie Badilla, photo courtesy of Stephen Lu

The Jerks will be performing November 28-29th, with 10% off orders at the Steakhouse and a buy one get one drink with any food purchase.

Charlie also owns the hotel above; YCL Hotel and there is currently an EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL OFFER of Reduced Rates for bookings with arrivals up until December 23 2014, for their single and double rooms. Click here for more details about the hotel; enter your dates, number of people, select the room type and then click ‘Book Now’ to check out a great final price (put Travel Insurance to 0 first, if you don’t require it)


Los Indios Bravos Boracay

Los Indios Bravos Boracay

Los Indios Bravos was an association, in the 1890’s, made up of Filipino writers living and writing in Europe, who wanted the world to know about the terrible and cruel treatment that the Filipino’s were experiencing at the hands of the Spanish who ruled over the country.

Indeed, “Indios” was used as a derogatory term by the Spaniards towards the Filipino’s. Jose Rizal, wanted to reclaim the word as something positive and to instil national pride and he coined the phrase ‘Los Indios Bravos’, which translates as “The Brave Filipino’s”

In Boracay Los Indios Bravos translates as one of the newest eateries on the island and a classy, chic one at that. The design is reminiscent of a French Bistro or trendy restaurant in the UK, whilst remaining friendly and inviting. Everything about this restaurant screams high quality, to the furnishings and fixtures, through to the presentation of food on thick wooden platters and uniquely shaped bowls and plates.

Pork Schnitzel with fried &, frankly, the best gravy ever tasted!

Pork Schnitzel with fries & frankly, the best gravy ever tasted!

Many of the appetizers are good to share, and you may have no choice in sharing your main course as everyone wants a taste. The Pork Schnitzel comes with home cooked fries and a delicious gravy, that just cries out for fry dipping.  The Chicken Tikka Masala rivals any served in the best UK Curry Houses, and the Beef and Ale Pie disappeared in minutes! The Desserts are also divine, as is the selection of alcohol, virgin cocktails and draft beers and bitters.
Applauds and Accolades to the Executive Chef Norbert Gandler, Heather Williams and Tantan Rosal!
Los Indios Bravos is located on Bulabog Road (the road running down past the lake on the main road), at the very end and on the final corner prior to reaching the beach path.

Nice Place World Food Art Café is located just off of Bulabog Road (take a left when you reach Munchies) and has been open around 8 months. This is a hidden gem and quite a small establishment so, if you’re determined to eat there, get there early or reserve a table.

Nice Place World Art Cafe

Nice Place World Art Cafe

The tables are all locally crafted, as are the chairs, including the bamboo chairs at the front of the café, which are actually swings.

Nice Place is not just a café but also an art showcase with installations and art work from local artists, as well as ‘native’ accommodation on the 2nd and 3rd floors.
The food on offer is ‘world food’ with a local twist, the produce is sourced locally and purchased fresh each morning so, on some occasions, certain dishes may not be available.

On such occasions you could instead opt to take the ‘Chef’s Challenge’; find out what ingredients are available, select some and then challenge the chef to make you something delicious.  Be warned though; your plate will be photographed before you get to eat the created meal and immortalised on their facebook wall!

Dynamite Chili Peppers

Dynamite Chili Peppers

Firm favourites are, from the starter menu, Stuffed Dynamite Peppers; chili’s stuffed with cream cheese, coated in a beer batter, fried and serve with sweet chili sauce, and the Nice Place Caprese.

From the main menu try the Rogan Josh Curry Meatballs, they take up to 45 minutes to prepare and cook but the wait is absolutely worth it.

Adobong Manok Sa Gata (Chicken Adobe) is also delicious, along with the Schnitzel and the Pad Thai.

Long are the days when people complained about the variety of food on Boracay, there is now such variety, taste and diets catered for here that the island could soon become recognised as a gastronomic paradise!

Things to Do on Boracay: Breathe Underwater

There are so many things to do on Boracay and, often, so little time to achieve them all. What one thing would we recommend?

Get yourself underwater for a new view of Boracay and the experience of a lifetime.  The best part of this is ….. you don’t even need to know how to swim!  Really!

There are lots of diving courses or activities available ranging from Helmet Diving, Discover Scuba Diving through to PADI Certified Courses.

For the Beginners & non-swimmers the Helmet Diving Activity or Discover Scuba Diving session are perfect.  Neither activities require you to be able to swim.

With the Helmet Diving Activity, you will be taken out to sea in by speed boat and fitted Helmet Diving with boracay.travelwith a helmet, which has a breathing tube.  Initially the helmet is very heavy, but as soon as you have gone down the ladder to the sea bed the weight is lifted and it’s time to look around and take in all the sights of the corals and tropical fish. Take a waterproof camera or housing for your phone and make like James Bond 007.

Discover Scuba Diving is the perfect entry in to diving as a hobby or for those who just Discover Scuba Divingwant to give it a go, even for people who can not swim.  This activity always starts with some basic training, with a PADI video, orientation of the equipment and some guided training either in a pool or in the shallow waters off White Beach.  Then you’ll be taken out to one of Boracay’s many dive sites.  Each person has their own fully-qualified instructor with them, to guide them down, help equalize and to lead them to the best spots for fish-spotting.  For non-swimmers your instructor will physically lead you around throughout your time in the water.

Scuba Divers want to share their passion with you and so they will take you to the best spots where they know you will be swamped with Nemo’s, Sea Urchins, Star Fish, Schools of Neon’s and brightly coloured fish.

Want to enjoy the underwater world without getting wet? Take the Glass-Bottom Boat Tour.  This is perfect for family groups who want to play together and stay dry. This tour is two hours long and includes light snacks.  The boat will travel out to some of the best spots for fish and coral beds and for those who want to, you can don a life jacket and snorkeling gear and get in the water to get closer.

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For those who are already PADI-qualified or who want to become certified, this can also be achieved whilst you’re holidaying on Boracay.  Just click here for a full range and details of PADI Courses

Halloween on Boracay 2014

So, once again Boracay is preparing for Halloween and, each year, the party’s get bigger and the costumes get crazier.

Until around 5-6 years ago Halloween was barely celebrated at all on the island. In fact the only parties and costumes to be found was amongst the ex-pat communities.

Now the majority of hotels celebrate Halloween. For some it may be limited to decorating their Reception or Restaurant area, for others it may include a special meal, a fancy dress competition or parade and games for the children.

NEWSFLASH!! – Special Promo being offered specifically to us at YCL Hotel Boracay, the newest, funkiest hotel on Boracay

Whats on the Menu? Beach Buffet at Boracay Regency

Whats on the Menu?
Beach Buffet at Boracay Regency

What is Halloween?

Halloween is a night celebrated on 31st October, also known as All Hallows Eve or All Saints Eve, as the 1st of November is All Saints Day.  All Saints Day is a day dedicated to remembering the dead, including Saints (or Hallows), Martyrs and beloved family members, across the World.

Halloween is traditionally believed to have been a Pagan Festival (Gaelic Samhain), which became Christianised. Samhain marked the end of the harvest period for crops and the start of winter, or the ‘Dark Period’ in pre-Christian Britain and Europe. Samhain was believed to be a time when Spirits and Fairies could cross more easily in to the living world. To protect themselves from being taken back to the Spirit/Underworld people would dress up as spirits to disguise themselves, they would light bonfires and would also offer food and drink to the spirits to appease them and pay, in advance, for healthy crops the next year.

Today’s Halloween is very different, and whilst many cultures still see families visiting their Family mausoleums or grave sites to spend All Saints Day with passed family members, Halloween has become a night for parties and Trick or Treating.

Costumes are inventive and are no longer just scary or macabre; on Boracay groups of friends often choose a theme for their costumes which have included a Scout Troop, Avatar and Swan Lake!

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You can see these groups walking up and down the beach path, stopping to pose for photos with tourists and locals, or at the big clubs which run special Halloween Nights; Juice Bar, Epic, Summerplace, Club Paraw and Guilly’s Island


Parades & Trick or Treating

Many of the Schools, and some of the hotels, now organise Beach Parades for the children on the island.  The parades usually include stop-offs at various beach front establishments and bars, where party games like ‘Bobbing for Apples’ are waiting.

Trick or Treating is left to the children and when asked ‘Trick or Treat?’, you can opt to give them some candy or ask for a ‘Trick’.  A trick may take the form of a short dance, a magic trick, a song or talent OR it might be a water pistol, or flour, or something that will make you jump.

NEWSFLASH!! – Special Promo being offered specifically to us at YCL Hotel Boracay, the newest, funkiest hotel on Boracay

After all those scares and all that partying, you’ll want to find somewhere safe and sound to rest your head and recover.  So Check out these great accommodation deals, which are available for the Halloween Period:-

Low Season Adventure Package

Villa Sunset Promo Package

Real Maris Island Getaway

Boracay Ocean Club Family Package

Boracay Super Group Deal

Habagat on Boracay; Low Season Deals and Promo’s


You may have heard the term ‘Habagat’ and wonder what it means.  Habagat is the name given to a period of time when the winds switch to South or South Westerly, and it can arrive on Boracay from early May and last right through to mid-October.  Weather conditions during this time are generally hot and humid, with frequent rainfall and a strong breeze.  This year Habagat arrived almost ‘on time’ during the week beginning 15th June 2014.

Habagat Season is a great time to visit Boracay.  Travellers can get last minute deals and packages online and the beaches, and tours and activities, are less crowded as the ‘summer season’ is over for the local Filipino and Asian holidaymakers.

International travellers can still experience a warmer climate than their own countries, especially visitors from some of the more Northern European Countries, who tend to take their summer holidays in the months of July-September. And for those travellers from hotter countries, the Habagat breeze and rains can be a welcome relief.

Habagat on Boracay tends to be a refreshing time and whilst there may be rainy days, generally rain falls during the evening and early hours, resulting in fresh and bright days. Tall bamboo and plastic Wind Breakers begin to be erected along White Beach and those bars and restaurants, which have open frontage, will also erect breakers.  Visitors will also see a lot of activity along the beach by businesses, locals and residents alike, who use this time to clear the beach of debris brought on shore by the winds and tides, and refresh properties ready for High Season.


White Beach clears of boats and bancas, in comparison to Amihan Season, as all the boat tours and activities switch from White Beach to Bulabog Beach, on the East of the island.  This gives unparallelled views of the beach and this beautiful stretch of ocean, which is occasionally broken up by resident Kite Surfers & classes, who have moved from Bulabog Beach to White Beach during this time.

Some of the best Promo’s and Deals for Habagat Season:-

Adventure Promo for 2 People  includes Standard Accommodation for 2 people, with breakfast and two activities of your choice, from:- Jet Ski, Kayak, Fly Fish, Helmet Diving or Para-sailing.

Family Promo 3 days/4 nights  Travel Period June to 31st September 2014 includes:-

  • Standard Quad Room Accommodation for 4 people at Boracay Haven Resort, with breakfast
  • Round-Trip Airport Transfers,
  • 3 Family Activities (Helmet Diving, Zorb & Segeway, Glass-Bottom Boat Tour) and
  • a Pearl Massage for mum and dad at Spa Helios.
  • All for just 10,092PHP Per Person (£135/169 Euro’s)

2 Nights/3 days Promo for three people   Travel periods from June 1, 2014 till October 15, 2014. Package Inclusions:

  • 2 Nights/ 3 Days Standard Room Accommodation
  • Roundtrip Transfer Airport -Hotel
  • 60 minutes Segway
  • 60 minutes Bugcar
  • One go on the Zorb
  • One go on the Zipline

Boracay Ocean Club Family Deal Travel Period June – November 30 2014  Inclusions:

  • 3 Days/2 Nights accommodation in a Grand Deluxe Suite Room
  • Roundtrip Land and Boat Transfer (Caticlan-Resort-Caticlan)
  • Government Fee’s (Terminal and Environmental Fees)
  • Welcome drinks upon arrival at the resort
  • Two (2) breakfast
  • Complimentary Use of Swimming Pool


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