When you're visiting a city for the first time, there's nothing better than getting tips from a local beyond the usual guide book suggestions!
We asked Cebu Pacific Air manager, Ninno Angelo Ong for their insider scoop on Boracay.
Real Coffee & Tea Cafe – Make sure you eat at Real Coffee & Tea Cafe and try the all-day breakfast menu and calamansi (Philippine lime) muffins.
Epic Bar and Restaurant– Epic Bar and Restaurant at Station 2 is Boracay’s hot spot for drinking and partying. Close by is Boom Boom Bar where they play fantastic reggae music.
Puka Beach – Jump on a tricycle or rent a boat and go to Puka Beach, where it is less crowded than other parts of Boracay, and just relax with a great view and crystal-clear waters.
Ariel’s Point– Ariel’s Point is the perfect day trip with something for everyone – swimming, cliff diving, kayaking and snorkelling. Meals and drinks are available with the island a short 40min boat ride away.
Insider info – Just go with the flow from the moment you get to the island. If you’re after peace and quiet, visit in the off-peak months from June to November.