Other Things To Do in Boracay

Boracay is known for its white beach, fun water sports activities, awesome night life, souvenir shops and different kinds of good food from all over the globe. I bet you've done almost every touristy thing! But ask yourself again.. have you? ;)

Check out Boracay Suncruiser, currently the top tourist attraction/activity in Malay, Aklan.
Photo Credit: Boracay Suncruiser.

Our #AzaleaGroupGetaway kicked off with an outdoor sunset party with Boracay's ultimate pleasure party boat, the Boracay Suncruiser! Opened to the public back in May 2015, it is the first of its kind in the Philippines. The boat offers an indoor/outdoor dance floor, air-conditioned VIP room, full bar service and onboard catering, etc. all on a spacious 65-footer motor yacht. Featuring, of course, the super slide and the jump-off launch pad. :)

We were welcomed by the awesome crew and deck stewards.

We literally had the boat to ourselves. How cool is that?! ;)

If I'm not mistaken, rates start at ₱1,300 but try to pre-book in advance so you only pay ₱1,000!
For those interested to rent the Boracay Suncruiser, you may contact them here.

Another activity in mind would be beach hopping. :) There are around 17 beaches on the island, some are public and private, and this one is called Ilig Iligan Beach.

Ilig Iligan beach is located at the northeastern side of Boracay Island.

Another beach I recommend you check out is Diniwid Beach. While you're at it, you might wanna try hanging out at Spider House Resort. This photo was taken from their view deck overlooking the turquoise blue waters of Boracay.

Love the vibe in the Spider House! It was so relaxing just hanging out with fellow travel bloggers.
Photo Credit: Juan Manila

Food served was also on point! ;) Love their choco peanut milkshake!

Our next activity was to go on an off-road ATV and buggy ride with Boracay Adventure World.

It was actually my first time to drive a buggy and I like it! It's easier plus much more comfortable than riding the ATV.

The off-road trail led us to another private beach called Bil-at Beach. It is located in between Ilig-Iligan and Puka Beach. :)

Since we started our Boracay adventure with a party, it should also end with a party right? We partied the night away this time with Boracay Pubcrawl. It's basically a tour of all the famous bars in Boracay. You get a shot or two per stop, definitely recommended for first timers! ;)

To wrap this post up, Boracay isn't just about the white beach! I'm so happy that I get to experience other things that the island has to offer. ;) It truly is more fun in the Philippines! See you soon, Boracay!