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7th September 2014, 17:13
In the Philippines there are many beautiful beaches where you can enjoy the view and enjoy nature. The most popular one is in Boracay. It is considered to be the summer capital of the Philippines. In 2010, Boracay had registered almost seven hundred eighty thousand tourist arrivals and it was four years ago, a lot has happened since then. A number of international travel authorities have proclaimed Boracay as one of the best beaches in the world, which makes Boracay known to all.
When enjoying the beautiful scenery in Boracay, you will not get bored because there are a lot of things or activities you can do while you are in Boracay.
ISLAND HOPPING. This is the most popular activity in Boracay. You can hire a boat for a half-day tour around the island’s admirable beaches like Crocodile Beach, Puka Beach, and Tambissan Beach. Rates of the boat may depend on the size you want to hire and this ranges from Php 1000 to Php 3500.
PARASAILING. You can enjoy a fantastic view while you are at it. Soar high above the island with the use of a speedboat off Bulabog Beach. Do not forget to capture the unforgettable moments with your camera. The rates on parasailing usually depend on how many you are in a group and it may range from Php 750 to Php 2500 per person.
SCUBA DIVING. To those tourists or visitors that really loves adventure, scuba diving is the right one for you. There are over fifteen dive sites around Boracay waters. Be blown away with the amazing experience of seeing the trove corals, caves, underwater tunnels and other exciting spots. For first timers, there is a beginner course for three to four hours that will only cost you Php 3500.
PARAW SAILING. A paraw is an outrigger boat with two sails. This is like sailing in an old school way. Let the wind take you to the best sites and sights around the island. This is best done during sunset with your friends. The rates usually range from Php 1000 to Php 1500, depending on the number of persons.
MERMAID SWIMMING. Have you ever dreamed to be a mermaid? In Boracay your dreams can actually come to life. The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy offers monofin swimming lessons with a unique twist—students get to wear not just monofins, but also mermaid tails
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Ako Si Jamie
12th September 2014, 23:54
A boat trip to The Kitesurfing Capital of the Philippines, Seco Island, Antique, can be arranged too, if kitesurfing is your thing.