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Heads up! Royal Air now flies to Boracay Island

If you’re looking for a sign to fly to Boracay Island for the holidays, this is the sign you’ve been waiting for!

Travelling to the Philippine’s most sought-after beach destination has just become easier and better all thanks to Royal Air. The young airline now offers daily direct flights to Boracay Island (Caticlan), starting October 30th, 2022.

Aside from it’s undeniably gorgeous beach, there are many reasons to visit the island. There are plenty of activities and daytrips, exciting nightlife scene, a huge variety of watersports, and of course, the ultimate culinary adventure.

Below are 5 attractions you shouldn’t miss when visiting Boracay Island this 2022:

White Beach

Nobody comes to Boracay Island without feeling amazed by the long stretch of fine white sand beach. The beach is divided by three sections – Station 1 (the luxurious area filled with high-end restaurants and accommodations), Station 2 (the place for shopping, partying and clubbing), and Station 3 (the quiet part of the beach).

Boracay Island Flight Royal Air
Photo by Laimonas Keseriauskis on Unsplash

Willy’s Rock

This iconic natural rock formation can be found in Station 1. Whether you’re the religious type or not, tourists stop by Willy’s Rock for a photograph of the tiny rock island with a statue of the Virgin Mary on top.

Photo by Louise Santiano on Wonderfilled Journal

Puka Shell Beach

A great place for some space and quiet, Puka Shell Beach can be reached via local tuk-tuk or tricycle from Boracay White Beach. Once you arrive at this unassuming beauty, you’ll notice the sand to be coarser than that of White Beach. The beach got its name from “puka shells” which used to mix into it along with coral pieces.

Photo by Louise Santiano on Wonderfilled Journal

Crystal Cove

A very popular destination for island hoppers, Crystal Cove is a private beach island which is a typical inclusion in island hopping day tours. Many activities such as picnic, snorkeling, and mini cove adventure await here.

Photo by Louise Santiano on Wonderfilled Journal

Bulabog Beach

While White Beach is the social side of Boracay, one could easily say Bulabog beach is the sporty side of the island. When you get to this beach, windsurfers and kitesurfers will entertain you with their stunning planing and jibing skills.

Photo by Anastasia Zhebyuk on Kite Jungle

With less than an hour away from Manila by plane and with so many things to do on the island, planning a trip to Boracay is no longer difficult. Make travel EXTRA relaxing like it should be with LV Holidays‘ land arrangement packages. It’s luxury experience that you can afford: airfare with taxes, hotel accommodation, roundtrip transfers, daily hotel breakfast and environmental fee!

Royal Air Takes You to Boracay Island

Royal Air promo fares are available at www.flyroyalair.com. You may pay your flight ticket through Royal Air Manila office: Unit 707-5 Columbia Complex Bldg. (Beside DG Budget Hotel) Ninoy Aquino Ave., Paranaque City in Metro Manila, or online.



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