Boracay Island; seven kilometres long and one kilometre wide at its narrowest point, boasts some of the world's finest beaches. Fast becoming one of Asia's more popular areas to visit, it has good diving, many water sports outlets and a pulsating nightlife. Popular too are island trips; by motorized bangkas and paraws (local sailing boats). Go mountain biking, ... More>hiking or horse riding. If you would rather relax in a hammock in the shade of a palm tree, Boracay, caters to this and more leisurely pastimes, well. No matter what type of Philippine experience you seek Boracay, is a good option.