Are you looking for a holiday in Boracay? Boracay's famous White Beach has been described as the "finest beach in the world". Its white powdery sand stretches for two and a half miles, and is just one of many beautiful beaches Boracay has to offer.
In 2015, Boracay's White Beach won the Tripadvisor Travellers' Award for "Best Beach in Asia"!
Boracay is incorporated on many of our Suggested Tour Itineraries, or you can visit the island as a stand-alone Beach Break. There are direct flights from Malaysia, Singapore, and South Korea, so you can combine Boracay with destinations other than Manila!
On Boracay we can accommodate you in accommodation from Standard to Luxury.
Our Boracay Holidays include all transfers between the island and Manila, plus overnight accommodation in the capital if necessary! So if you are asking "Where are the best hotels in Boracay? or "How do I book a luxury holiday in Boracay?" simply send us your enquiry.
Holidays booked with Philippine Trails Ltd., are protected by its membership of the Travel Trust Association.
"TripAdvisor" has also named it the "Number One Beach & Sun Destination in Asia".
In the UK, "TV Quick" magazine describes Boracay's famous White Beach as the “No.1 Tropical Beach In The World".
The UK's Sunday Mail wrote, "From pure white sands to sparkling blue seas, Philippine island Boracay is the jewel of south-east Asia and a holiday there is like a visit to paradise". View PDF... (Copyright Seven Days magazine, Sunday Mail)
It wasn't until the 1970s that tourism began to develop in Boracay - the island initially being popular with backpackers.
Word soon spread, and as more and more people became aware of the treasures Boracay had to offer, hotels, bars, restaurants and other facilities started opening up as the huge tourism potential of the island was realised.
Today, Boracay is firmly established as one of the major tourist destinations in the Philippines, if not Asia!
Learn to Play Golf
Learn to play Golf on Boracay at the Fairways & Bluewater Golf Resort. We can arrange a 4 day/ 3 night stay, with accommodation and 8 hours tuition, plus a round playing with a Golf Professional.
Dining Out & Nightlife
There are more than 200 restaurants and eateries on Boracay offering food from around the world and suiting every budget. Scores of bars and restaurants, with live music, open out onto the beach.
As in most of the Philippines, pork and chicken are popular food choices, but fresh delicious seafood is plentiful too.
There are numerous night spots for drinking, dancing and karaoke are spread amongst the resorts.
Talented local musicians will enchant you with popular filipino tunes, as well as internationally famous acoustic classics. There truly is something for everyone in this tropical island paradise.
Activities & Excursions
Visitors to Boracay can take part in a number of activities, including diving and other water sports, plus island-hopping excursions, including a visit to nearby Motag Living Museum on Panay Island, (by request).