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If you want to enjoy sand, the sun, and a whole lot of smiles, then Boracay is the place for you. This little island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines is a favourite destination for foreigners and locals alike. Boracay is known world-wide for its wide stretch of beaches covered in fine white sand. The island and its people play host to over hundreds of thousands of visitors a year.
Travellers can fly to Boracay through either of two commercial airports: Kalibo Airport or Caticlan Airport. Interested visitors should note that these airports and the world-renowned island are separated by a stretch of water that can only be crossed via boats. Once you get on the island of Boracay, you are then greeted by public transport services who offer to bring you to your chosen accommodation. With this in mind, it is most advisable to avail of airport transfer services that will cater to your needs of going to and from the airport. While the Caticlan airport is not far from the port which will bring you to the island itself, using the Kalibo airport will require another hour of travel through land.Both of these airports are simple and modest, with small shops for food and drinks while waiting. There are many local vendors outside though, who will entice you with the local delicacies and products.
Boracay is an internationally known destination because of its white sand and clean, clear waters. It offers a range of accommodations that cater to both backpackers and those who prefer a more luxurious haven. These accommodations are actually segmented into the three stations, with Station 1 known for housing the swanky accommodations, up to Station 3 which offers more basic and more affordable lodgings. Whichever of the three stations you choose, you will be delighted of the beachfront experience that all of them offer. A common scene in the island of Boracay is lunch or dinner at the beach, with buffet tables lined up in front of the different restaurants that offer both local and international cuisines; a perfect element to that well-deserved break.
If relaxing by the beach is too laid-back for your taste, or if you are simply tempted by the other vacationers who are doing all sorts of activities, there is surely to be one or two that will also be akin to your palate. Visitors of Boracay can enjoy water-related activities such as riding jet skis or going on banana boat rides. If you prefer staying on land, ATV’s and tourist attractions are also available for your pleasure.
Boracay Airport Guide
Boracay (Cataclan) Airport is the seventh most hectic airport in the Philippines and the third busiest in Visayas. It is one of the most significant gateways to the island of Boracay, an internationally renowned tourist destination in Asia. The main terminal was named after the popular resident from Malay, Aklan and an ex-member of the Philippine Congress. Three years ago, the airport was visited by more than half a million passengers. The TransAire Development Holdings Corporation (TADHC) is a division of a major corporation in the Philippines, San Miguel Corporation. It has the exclusive and constitutional rights and contracts to financially support, design, build, and run as well as maintain the airport through a concession contract with the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) and the Civil Aviation Authority.
TADHC has been continuing to watch over the developments in the airport. Since two years ago, this subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation has been in command of operations at the airport. Long term projects to make the facility bigger necessitate the formation of a larger passenger terminal, lengthening of the current runway, and expansion of the road system and modernization of airport facilities as well as air traffic control equipment. This will have a commercial element as well that requires sixteen hectare land development next to Boracay Airport. It goes through modernization improvements and when everything is in place, airfares going to Boracay will definitely increase. It currently needs a larger aircraft to accommodate more passengers.
Airlines that operate in Boracay Airport include Cebu Pacific Air, Airphil Express, and South East Asian Airlines. Tourists and visitors who visit Boracay will not have difficulty in locating a nice place to stay in; however, it is strongly recommended that they call the hotels and other places for reservations in case they will be coming over during the peak season. If there is nobody who can meet them and take them to the pier, it is alright to ride a tricycle. These can be found just outside the airport. The port that is responsible to take them to the island has a number of boats that bring visitors to Boracay every fifteen minutes and a trip can take about fifteen to twenty minutes. Tickets can be purchased at the port entrance.