Boracay Island is a great place for just lazing around. Seven km long, it is only one km wide at its narrowest point. The island of Boracay, is home to hundreds of beachfront hotels Philippines and resorts to suit every taste and budget. Boracay's largest villages or barangays are Yapak, Balabag and Manoc-Manoc. A confusing network of paths and tracks connects them, and several smaller hamlets called sitios, so maps of Boracay can only serve as a general guide. Slightly more than half the 5200 population lives in Manoc-Manoc.
Boracay is a tropical island in the Philippines, an hour flight from Manila. White Beach with its white sand and crystal clear blue water is consistently voted as one of the world's best beaches. Boracay is the most popular beach destination in the Philippines, with over 1 million tourists annually. Boracay Island is about 7km long, and has several other more remote beaches around the island, as well as Bulabog Beach, which is the best kiteboarding and watersport beach in Asia. Boracay is a vacationer's paradise, with luxury hotels, through traditional bungalows; something for anyone's budget and taste. There are all kinds of activities on the island, most famous for the diving, kiteboarding, and windsurfing. There are many fantastic restaurants on White Beach with food from around the world. Boracay is above else famous for its nightlife, with pubs and bars of all kinds that are jumping until very late at night.