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Things to on Boracay Island, Philippines – Art by Nature
September 17, 2015
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Nami Resort bar views

There are not many things to do on blissful Boracay – and that’s a good thing! This is the kind of island escape you make to laze in nothingness for a few days. Even go-go-go cultural travellers like us need a place of great natural beauty, excellent food, cocktails, tropical weather and a sun lounger to briefly float through life on.

Things to do on Boracay

Here are a few ways to get some vitamin-sea and a zen attitude while on Boracay Island:

  • See the Island from another perspective by parasailing overhead just off Bulabog Beach. If you prefer something closer to earth, you might try kite-surfing instead, but that will require some more physical exertion.
  • Eat! For an island that isn’t overly simple to access nor cart around supplies, the food here was impressive. Of course, seafood should be your first choice.
  • Visit Puka Shell (Yapak) Beach, the Island’s quiet northern shore. The sand is coarse and there aren’t really any food outlets up this way, so Puka Shell tends to be less touristed than White or Bulabog Beaches. Pack some drinks and snacks, and spend a few hours in a more secluded spot.
  • Hidden around the northern headland from White Beach is Diniwid Beach. This small, sandy haven is home to the most upscale Boracay resorts. Take the bamboo lift up to the bar at Nami Resort and enjoy drinks with a spectacular panoramic view.
  • The adventuress can take a day trip off the Island to go cliff diving at Ariel’s Point.
  • Take in unbelievable Boracay sunsets from west-facing, White Beach, while enjoying happy hour on a resort sun lounge or from onboard a Paraw.
Mornings on White Beach, Boracay
Mornings on White Beach, Boracay
Nami Resort bar views
Nami Resort bar views
Diniwid Beach, Boracay, Philippines
Diniwid Beach, Boracay
Bamboo elevator at Nami Resort
Bamboo elevator at Nami Resort
Puka Shell Beach, Boracay
Puka Shell Beach, Boracay
Puka Shell Beach, Boracay
Puka Shell Beach, Boracay
Back streets of Boracay
Back streets of Boracay
Tandem parasailing
Boracay views while parasailing
Boracay views while parasailing
Cocktail hour on White Beach, waiting for another enchanted sunset
Paraw sails silhouetted against a Boracay sunset
Boracay Sunset
Cotton-candy Boracay sunset reflected on the wet sand
Cotton-candy Boracay sunset reflected on the wet sand
Friday's Boracay cultural night with fire dancer
Friday's Boracay cultural night with fire dancer

For more inspiring island destinations see Art by Nature – Maldives and the Cook Islands.

Peace, love and inspiring travel,

Madam ZoZo

Things to on Boracay Island, Philippines – Art by Nature

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Madam ZoZo

Hi! I'm Madam ZoZo, aka Zoë, an Australian designer, creative consultant, blogger and digital nomad. I'm passionate about travel, design, dance and new experiences that fuel my creativity. I strive to travel in a style that is gentle on the earth and that contributes to the communities I visits, even if it is merely to take away a greater understanding of a different culture. Duende by Madam ZoZo, is where I share the stories of my travels and the duende (soul/inspiration) I find along the way.

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