Here is the list of things to do in Boracay
We paid P200 each for this activity. The waves kept splashing on our faces as we approached the sunset and so Drew’s flip flops were carried away by the tides. Goodbye, Sandugo!
We paid P1,800 for 7 pax to have a splendid experience of island hopping in Boracay. It was my first time to experience snorkeling – a way to see the fantastic world under the sea with goggles and a breathing tube. I had a chance to feed a school of fish. God, it was beautiful! We also went to Sol Marina where the water is much clearer than the ones near the jam-packed parts of Boracay.
Do you want to take your water adventure to the next level? Try the Badian Canyoneering Adventure in Cebu.
Puka Shells Beach
The beach is not as busy as Station 1,2, and 3. When we arrived there, there were people playing volleyball and having picnics on the sand. We reached the place via tricycle where we paid P25.00 each. The good news is that there’s no entrance fee here. Here I was taking photos of the sunset while an American guy blocked my view. It was nice of him to say sorry. I shouted back that it was okay. This made my friends encouraged me to pursue the guy, but I told them that I’m not the type who would make the first move. They apologized and told me that they just wanted me to not be alone. On a positive note, we ate PIZZA in this place! Haha!
Fire dance, for those who might not know, is a dance where the performer holds a flaming container and rotates it depending to the music. It happens every night in Boracay in which they are famous for. Don’t worry for they are professionals and follows safety measures. The price for Sand Bar is P350 consumable of food and drinks and have that photo op!
And here’s our cray cray moments!
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