Vacation rentals in Boracay

Vacation rentals in Boracay

Vacation rentals in Boracay

Pack your bags for a world-class beach destination

Boracay, Philippines has achieved worldwide fame for its stark white, pristine beaches contrasted against a sapphire blue ocean. Not to mention its affordable luxury activities and beachside restaurants. Any traveler is sure to have the time of their lives while trekking through the jungle to discover hidden beaches, diving among colorful offshore reefs, eating something completely new and enjoying the exhilarating water ride of the decade! These rentals are strategically located across the most coveted locations in Boracay such as, Station 1, Diniwid Beach, and a few along White Beach.

Charming rentals with ocean views

Enjoy your own lovely rental, just a few steps from white sand beaches! These accommodations make you feel right at home with their signature, cozy decor, and independent charm. Some featured amenities include a swimming pool, washing machine, internet, and full-sized kitchen. You might even be lucky enough to snatch a rental with a hot tub! Be mesmerized by a sunset on the balcony, or lie back on the snuggest couch ever and catch your favorite series on the big screen. Perfect for couples, families and solo travelers, the accommodations you’ll find here will satisfy all your holiday cravings!

Vacations in Boracay

The area and getting around

Sightseeing and fun activities await

Take a tricycle ride up to Mount Luho’s observation deck for breathtaking panoramic views over Boracay. For more exhilarating panoramic views, dare to try parasailing. This thrilling adventure gives you approximately 15 airborne minutes above Boracay for the most awesome flying experience. Book a tour with Mainland Adventures for a day trip around Nabaoy River and jungle garden including a delicious BBQ lunch with optional activities like waterfall, and mountain biking. If you can’t swim but want to see marine life, helmet diving is an excellent choice and you can feed the fish while your guide snaps memorable underwater photos.

A shopping and dining adventure

D’Mall is a colorful array of local shops right on the coast with everything you can imagine for sale. This is the shopaholics paradise and souvenir shoppers too. Steampunk Boracay Bite Club Burgers is a must for meat eaters. You can build your own burger including the size, bun, toppings, and sauces, for the best burger you’ve ever had. Visit the Boracay Oceanarium at the Crown Regency station 2 location to experience the longest underwater aquarium and mermaid show at their lounge for a memorable adventure.

Travelers and activities

Boracay for Beach Buffs

Puka Shell Beach, in the Yapak District at the northern tip of the island features beautiful puka shells and local jewelry including shells, pearls and more. This pristine white beach, along the turquoise waters, is off the well-beaten tourist path and very quiet. Ariel’s Point, a short boat trip away, offers a thrilling cliff diving experience for those seeking an adrenaline rush. Bulabog Beach is perfect for honing your windsurfing and kiteboarding skills due to its optimal wind currents from November through April. The May through October season is for water sports like paddle boarding, snorkeling, scuba and sailing.

Boracay for Savvy Travelers

Discover Filipino fusion cuisine influenced by cultures residing in the Philippines over the centuries, but with Filipino flair. Stop by Subo Boracay and try their specialties for a mouthwatering surprise in their reconstructed Spanish colonial style house imported from Vigan where you’ll get a complete Filipino experience. “We Cook Local” is another opportunity for discovering Filipino food by taking a cooking class. From market to table, you’ll learn everything you need to know for preparing awesome authentic local cuisine, plus a digital cookbook to remember the flavor combinations. Then go golfing to work off the calories.

Boracay was a secret holiday spot for Hollywood celebrities until “Too Late the Hero” was filmed here.

Top 5 travel tips in Boracay

1. Get scuba certified

Boracay is a prime scuba diving location in the Philippines. There are many PADI certification venues that can accommodate you and your group. This is the opportunity of a lifetime to experience the amazing underwater world, including shipwrecks and dazzling coral reefs with exotic fish.

2. Soar like an Eagle

Zipline Boracay Park features a trip up the mountain on a gondola where, upon reaching the summit, you’ll get fitted to an awesome zipline. Then you’ll have a heart thumping ride at breakneck speeds to the bottom with magnificent, sweeping views of the island. Your thrill ride is only a few minutes, so there’s plenty of time to do much more exploring.

3. Spin like a bowling ball

Zorbing is an unforgettable thrill ride for adrenaline seekers. It’s a new sport where you climb into a huge plastic ball and get blasted down a steep grassy hill. At the bottom you’ll complete your wild ride by rolling over your waiting companions.

4. Join the ten-year night-life tradition

Join the famous pub-crawl where you’ll visit 5 bars, partake of drinks, games and meet strangers. Their famous hashtag, “turning strangers into friends” is definitely true after one of their pub-crawls. You’ll have met many new people to hang out with while you’re in Boracay and maybe even for life.

5. Pamper yourself, you deserve it!

Tirta Signature Massage offers a 1.5-hour massage including the most therapeutic styles for superb results. Choose a session of foot reflexology, aromatherapy, lymphatic drainage, and Swedish Massage. Afterwards, refresh with homemade ginger tea to complete the experience. Your body will thank you with tiptop performance.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Boracay

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Boracay?

The previous year saw vacation rentals costing an annual average of $235 per night in Boracay.This is the destination in the Philippines where you will find the highest prices for vacation rentals.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Boracay?

Those who want to save as much as possible visit Boracay in February, December, or September, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $179, $182, and $188 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Boracay?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Boracay, the months when it is most expensive are, in order of highest to lowest, May, April and June, with average prices per night of $342, $297, and $292, respectively.

Is Boracay a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to put Boracay on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your vacation well in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 51% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

February, March and October are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of properties available, with an average availability of 57%, 56%, and 52%.

During which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 43% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by January (45%), and then November (45%).

Are there many vacation rentals in Boracay?

Our inventory features around 250 vacation rentals from 2 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!

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