Practical information Boracay Island
DOT, Boracay Field Office, D’Mall, open:
Mon. – Fri., 8 –12 am, 1- 5 pm. Tel.: 506-0094
Provides information on accommodation, attractions, schedules etc. for Boracay and nearby islands.
There are also some ATMs in D’Mall. There is heavy usage by both locals and tourists for the few ATMs, so expect long lines especially at paydays and weekends when the machines often run out of cash. Note that not all ATMs take all credit cards and transactions are usually limited to 4000 or 5000 pesos.
Electricity: is usually 220 volts but bigger hotels will often have 110 volts as well.
Post and telephone: Philippine Country Code: +63, Boracay area code: 036. Small post office at Balabag Plaza for postcards and letters, no packages! Stamped post can also be mailed from the Boracay Tourist Center in Manggayad where national and international calls can also be made. Addition phone services available at Pantelco in Balabag, RCPI office in Angol and there are some phone booths along Boracay beach path that require a card available in many shops.
Internet: Broadband available from 2 servers. There are many internet cafes between boat stations 1 and 3, many resorts also have internet, some offer Wi-Fi.