Boracay is a leading beach destination in the Philippines widely known for its white-sand beaches, 24/7 parties, and posh resorts. In Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards, Boracay ranked No. 1 in a list of 20 best islands in the world. But, while Boracay is every traveler’s tropical idyll, it does have a few drawbacks. For the most part, it is costly and quite touristy.
Boracay Island and its beguiling beaches never fail to lure thousands of tourists each year. In this week’s article, guest writer Patricia Evans talks about the advantages of traveling off peak and shares some fabulous fashion tips on how to look your best as you strut the beach.
In 2016 Boracay Island was named as the best island by Conde Nast Readers’ Travel Awards. It is undoubtedly a sought after paradise and is one of the most cosmopolitan beaches with an interesting mix of local an international visitors. Likewise, you can find all sorts of hotels and a variety of international cuisine on the island.
Boracay Island is probably the most iconic and glamorous of all beach destinations in the Philippines. In 2016 it was actually named as the best island by Conde Nast Traveler. It had also been selected as the Top 1 of 25 Asian beaches in Trip Advisor’s Traveler’s Choice for 2013. Its main attraction, White Beach is a stretch of