(Are you ready to see the Instagrammable spots in Boracay? But first, read this!)
Boracay Island was hailed as one of the world’s most beautiful islands, and I could attest that every corner of the island is indeed Instagram-worthy. In fact, the Philippine government closed down the island for around 6 months to be rehabilitated, and it was indeed a good decision since the island turned out to be so much better. Boracay Island could give you the serenity that you need with its beautiful beach areas.
Boracay used to be a popular beach party destination (read: #Laboracay), but when it was reopened to tourists, activities like beach parties were already banned in the entire island. Some locals would say it’s now less lively and they’re a little frustrated with the change, but hey, who knows it might be for the better.
I had the opportunity to spend a couple of days in the island for my birthday (in my case, I always plan excursions like these on my birthday week). While during the time I went there Boracay literally just opened up again, I am assuming there are already more spots to see by now. Despite that, I still enjoyed my stay in the island. With that, please allow me to share a couple of Instagrammable spots in Boracay Island that I was able to visit:
LANTERNA HOTEL BORACAY (REVIEW)
ROY’S RENDEZVOUS BORACAY (REVIEW)
Jejsellends Garden Cottages
Agos Boracay Rooms and Beds
Puka Shell Beach
Real Coffee & Tea Cafe Boracay
Check out Real Coffee and Tea Cafe’s Facebook page here.
Cafe Maruja Boracay
Check out Cafe Maruja’s Facebook page here.
Station X Boracay
Motag Living Museum
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