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Boracay - Philippines Highlights:
Tropical Island, Beaches, Butterfly Garden
Boracay is a small tropical island located approximately 200km south of Manila and 2Km off the northwest tip of the mainland island of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. It is just 4.5-miles long and one of the Philippines' most popular destinations. Its white sand beaches are the island's main draws. Choose from Yapak Beach, with its white shells, White Beach, with its amazing sunsets, and romantic, secluded Balinghai Beach. Off the sands, good restaurants, shopping and Boracay Butterfly Garden provide other appealing diversions.

White Beach is the main tourism beach. It is a bit over four kilometers long and is lined with resorts, hotels, lodging houses, restaurants, and other tourism-related businesses. In the central portion, for about two kilometers, there is a footpath known as the Beachfront Path separating the beach itself from the establishments located along it. North and south of the Beachfront Path, beachfront establishments do literally front along the beach itself. Several roads and paths connect the Beachfront Path with Boracay's Main Road, a vehicular road which runs the length of the island. At the extreme northern end of White Beach, a footpath runs around the headland there and connects White Beach with Diniwid Beach.

Bulabog Beach, across the island from White Beach, is a secondary tourism beach and Boracay's main windsurfing and kiteboarding area.

There are more than 30 cruises calling at this port. Click the month or cruise line logo you are interested in to see details of the cruises.

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Azamara Celebrity
Crystal Cunard
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Oceania Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Royal Caribbean
Seabourn Windstar

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