Malay Rural Experience – Real Life Adventures in Boracay

Bat-Cave boracayIf you want to experience the rural way of life in Boracay Island, you might want to go on a Malay Rural Experience Adventure. This tour will give you a taste of the other way of life that most tourists in Boracay don’t get to see or experience.

This is an affordable tour that takes only half a day but will give you a once in a lifetime experience you will remember for a long time. When you go back home, you can tell stories about your Boracay vacation that will include unusual experiences such as learning how locals fish, plant rice, and make handicrafts.

Balinghai Hotel

Balinghai Hotel

You will get to visit the bat caves, eat local dishes, and explore the nearby Nabaoy River. This is not a bad way to spend half a day in Boracay Island. The Malay Rural Experience is one of the adventure packages that accredited tour operators offer.

It is a safe adventure that the whole family can enjoy. Children under 5 years of age can even go on the tour for free. Secure this tour in advance when you book your Boracay hotels before leaving for the island.

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Boracay Tours and Activities – Off the Beaten Track

View from Mount Luho Boracay

View from Mount Luho Boracay

If you think you’ve seen everything there is to see or gone to all the places in Boracay Island, think again! When people talk about this island paradise, more often than not, they refer to the usual activities and tours such as the island hopping tour, scuba diving, and the all-time favorite, the banana boat ride.

If you’re looking for new activities to do on the island, you might want to take the Boracay Urban Adventure Tour. Under this package, you can go Off the Beaten Track to see behind the scenes activities. The Off the Beaten Track tour will take 6 to 7 hours and will include a visit to the working cargo docks where you will see how and where the island’s supplies are brought in.

The tour will also include a visit to the Manoc Manoc Barangay Plaza, Mount Luho, and Bulabog Beach. The Off the Beaten Track tour will let you experience how to teach conversational English to students at the local school. A quick visit to the main church, the recycling plant, and a handicraft cooperative will allow you to experience Boracay as locals do.

Kite Surfers Bulabog Beach

Kite Surfers Bulabog Beach

You will see how Boracay hotels get food supplies that you dine on. You may even fancy taking home some locally made handicrafts from the cooperative. Taking the unusual route to witness island living the way locals live it everyday will give you a new perspective of how things are really done on the island.