One of the very greatest Boracay activities is island hopping by sailboat charter.
Boracay – sailing & charter activities, there are many. From Boracay Island hopping tours as day trips to long term rental, sailing around the island or sunset sailing. On „Boracay-activities“ we feature for boat rental Boracay, the charter sailboat „Misty Morning“ as the most seaworthy Paraw Sailboat for yacht charter in Boracay, that has offshore qualitys and can sail you anywhere you want in the nearby Boracay Island area. It matches highest safety standards, has outrageous sailing qualitys and offers unbelievable comfort. Inboard engine for emergencys? We have it.
Most of all, we offer exclusive Boracay Island hopping tours. Exclusive means, it's just you and the people you're with on board. With all the service it takes to make your Boracay Island hopping day.
Exclusive Island hopping and Paraw rental Boracay also means, we keep away from commercial areas, serving mass tourism. (That, if you wish so) We prefer the quiet side of Boracay Island's surrounding, looking forward to show you untouched nature, meet the people and see places as Filippino as an be. We present "Boracay Island hopping", from a completely different point of view.
You might enjoy the wild Boracay activities for a while and than feel the desire for some peace of mind? „Boracay Sailing“ is the place for you to go. Kick back, wind down, sail and relax.
Best bargain in town?
It is not our goal to compete with other people's prices, but to offer the best you can expect. Our only goal is, to make your day and do what we love to do - which is simply, sailing and be surrounded by happy people. Making your Boracay Island hopping day.
On "Boracay Activities" we provide general infos about things to do in Boracay and whatever it takes to have a joyful holiday. Boracay weather - Boracay Island pictures - Island hopping - sunset sailing - sailing around the Island
We'd like to focus your interest on the great sailboat called "Misty Morning - Spirit of Victoria" In terms of things to do in Boracay, it is one of the most exclusive premium highlights. This sail boat is for charter for a comfortable sailing experience even on an hourly basis. This certainly is one of the most intense - Boracay activities.
Boracay Island is part if the goup of islands called Viayas. The province it is part of, is called Aklan. The climate is tropical. Best travel time is between November and end of May. The climate is motly dry in that time. Of course there’s the odd rainshower and due to the climatchange this happens more often now, than in the “good ol’ days”.
From around June the rainy season starts. Taifuns cross the islands ant it can get quite uncomfortable. The langauage is called “Tagalog”. Most Filippinos though speak English. Even little children do. So it’s easy to get around most everywhere.
Talking about getting around. Boracay has an airport. It is not exactly located on the island, but in Caticlan, which is a 15 minutes boat ride away from the island. International flights up until now land in Kalibo. The bus ride from there to Caticlan takes about two hours.
In Boracay itself you can get around by trycicle or even just walk along the beach. The island is small and every place is within reach. The prices of most everything are – compared to the rest of the Philippines, very high.
It can happen, that you buy two scoops of icecream in a restaurant for 350,- Pesos and the waitress that serves it with a smile, will only earn 260,- Pesos for working a whole day.
Apart from Boracay Island hopping guided tours we offer: Family sailing with children, incentive - teambuilding events, offshore sailing, sunset sailing, sailing around Boracay Island, last minute booking and hourly rental of our sailboat.
There is plenty of nightlife like bars, restaurants and discos. Entertainment of all kinds – from music to performing artists as well as some streetperformers you will find most anywhere.
Activities offered during the daytime are for example golfing, sailboat charter, scuba diving, tennis, and a great variety of water sports activities. On "Borcay Activities" you find it all. Things to do in Boracay there are plenty. We feature some of them. In case you want to build yur own Paraw sailboat, we gladly recommend Mr. E. Tolinero as one of the greatest craftsmen in Boracay & Caticlan.
You can rent a sailboat to go island hopping. The outrigger sailboats you can rent or charter, are called Paraw. It takes at the minimum three people to sail them. The balance has to be kept – so the guys on the outriggers far end, are called “balancers”.
Apart from saling to the islands that surround Boracay, which is offered as “Boracay Island hopping tours” you can also rent or charter the sail boats for a calm sunset sailing trip or even on an daily basis.
In the morning or late afernoon there are plenty of shopping possibilities. (The middle of the day can get simply too hot.) From a shopping mall to local markets for fresh foods you will find it all.
Some things have changed after reopening Boracay Island had completely been closed for a few months, after President Duterte saw, what a mess had been made out of it. Everybody and his friend, was trying to squeeze out of it as much as possible.
Plenty of hotels, bars and restaurants were not attached to the sewage plant and pumped it all right into the ocean. The very same ocean, that made the island so attractive. Tis very ocean, now swept tons of green sea weed onto the white san beach and swept back all the suage, that had been pumped into it. President Duterte called Boracay a “cesspool”, and he was right. Some folks, that come to Boracay more often, will have noticed, there's an environment fee to be paid before leaving for the island. For so many years, while the environment kept collapsing. Some people as us, “where did all those millions go”? We never could tell.
The closure of Boracay, of course hurt many people. Some actually suffered hunger, businesses collapsed and the crime rate went up immediately. All of Malay, basically lives in one way or the other, of Boracay. There are employees on the airport, suddenly unemployed, because flights are cancelled, the sailmaker can't nit sails any more because the sailboats don't run. The cargo company can't really bring a lot of goods, for there's nobody to consume it.
Things have changed dramatically, since the island's reopening. Many hotels, that were irrisponsible, by letting suage into the ocean, were closed. Many restaurants, that built their service areas right onto the beach, had to take them down. No more flying vendors selling sunglasses and hats, are gone. A lot less people are allowed to come to the island at all. Which is a great decision, for at peak, the white beach seemed like a zoo. It was simply terrible. For sure, had things gone on like that, Boracay Island would have collapsed within months.
Before its closure, the tiny streets were completely jammed with stinkin tricycles. Thetraffic in New York rush-hour, didn't seem worse. The streets are widened ow and clean. Many tricycles as well as other vehicles, are run on electricity now. Before, many Boracay activities – like island hopping, were perfect, to get away from the place, just to get a brake of it.
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