Boracay Listings presents a complete guide to Boracay Island for the visitor (present or future) to this paradise island. Not just a list of hotels, bars and restaurants - but also a center of information about fun activities plus all those other things you'll need to know - like where to change money, where to shop, how to get help from the police or medical staff if you need it. And of course, if you're a family with children, you'll need to find lots of things for them to do...
NO DIPPING Taking a dip in the sea off the beach of Boracay Island and scenes like in this photo taken in 2019 remain prohibited even under relaxed quarantine. —INQUIRER FILE PHOTO
By: Nestor P. Burgos Jr. - Correspondent... continue reading
Photo courtesy of Tiffany Marie Somes
Lory Joyce Andagan, Choose Philippines
Posted at May 16 2020 01:55 PM | Updated as of May 16 2020 02:40 PM
LinkedIn... continue reading
By Jim Paredes (The Philippine Star) - January 13, 2019 - 12:00am
We had planned to go to Boracay months ago. The President had promised that Boracay would be reopened in six months. We were sure that by January of 2019, the resort we had booked would already be opened for guests. Sometime... continue reading
Now VIP membership costs just ₱ 50 PHP for an entire year. As a VIP member you can use our blog to advertise your venue or service as much as you like, and post pictures and videos to showcase your business.
Boracay Listings helps you decide where to stay, what to do and where to eat on the Island of Boracay and elsewhere in the Philippines.
You'll also find useful information about beauty & fitness, shopping and essential services during your stay on the island, as well as all the fun venues to hang out..