Paradise Found!

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Just an hour’s flight from the Philippine capital, Manila, is one of world’s most beautiful white sand beaches. Running virtually the entire length of this tiny island’s western side, Boracay’s famous White Beach is a 4-km. long, powder white sand beach with crystal clear blue water.

Consistently voted one of the world’s best, Boracay is the most popular beach destination in the Philippines, an idyllic tourist haven whose sugary white sand and turquoise waters are the major—but not only—draw....

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Key Facts


The airport is the seventh busiest airport in the Philippines and the third busiest in the Western Visayas region.

One of two gateways to Boracay.

The main terminal has been named after the late Godofredo P. Ramos, former member of the Philippine Congress and a native of Malay, Aklan.

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To Your Station

If you don’t have someone to meet you to bring you to the boat jetty, just hop in one of the many tricycles outside Boracay Airport. The jetty port itself has a fleet of pump boats that ferry visitors to Boracay island every 15 minutes or so. Buy your ticket at the jetty port at the entrance. The ferry trip is about 15-20 mins.

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Where to Stay

Photo by Arnold C. Jumpay

Tourists to Boracay won’t have any problems finding suitable accommodation, but we strongly advise you to make a prior booking during the peak season.

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