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Boracay, Philippines

Boracay is a tiny tropical island where people from all over the world come to enjoy beach life, watersport activities, and a vibrant nightlife. It’s located in the mid-west of the Philippines – a short one hour flight away from the country’s capital (Manila).

Boracay's attraction isn't limited to just a few things. It's the combination of many things that makes this island unique.
White Beach is the main beach of Boracay. It's 4 kilometers long and has resorts, restaurants and nightlife venues along it. The main reasons why people love this beach are Beautiful shallow and still turquoise water - great for swimming, Powdery white sand that never gets hot,Amazing views while you eat & drink right in front of the beach. 
Boracay Island 1, 2 or 3 beautiful beaches and all within close proximity of each other, since the island is very small (7 by 1.5 kilometers). 
Each beach also has its own attractiveness. Some are amazingly beautiful, some are good for snorkeling, some have privacy, and some have a mix of those and other things.

The seafood market (D'Talipapa) has 23 different kinds of seafood. You can bring that seafood to one of the nearby restaurants, who will then prepare it for you...
Boracay has 27 dive sites that are accessible via a short boat ride. Most of them are easy so it's a perfect place for beginners to learn. If you are a more experienced diver then there are some challenging dive sites as well, like Yapak.
If you're up for some extreme adventure you can take up wind or kitesurfing at Bulabog Beach. Bulabog Beach has excellent conditions for beginning surfers as well as freestylers.
White beach or Puka beach for that matter are perfect places to watch the sunset. Colors vary from fiery red to orange to pink and everything in between. It all depends on the "mood" of the island in the current moment.
Boracay is pretty much the Ibiza of Asia, in every way. The nightlife is absolutely fantastic. There is something for everyone – from live music, to clubs, to chilled out open-mic nights or flame-breathing belly-dancers. It’s got it all.

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