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What's on in Boracay?
The Ati Atihan Festival
Held on January 2, the Ati Atihan Festival is a spectacular celebration of the diverse religions found on the island. The highlight of the festival is the march, which features hypnotising drum performances and dancing across the island's breathtaking beaches. January is a popular time of year to visit the Philippines so if you want to attend the festival, buy your Melbourne to Boracay flights and accommodation well in advance.
The Boracay Food Festival
Filipino cuisine is delicious, and the Boracay Food Festival celebrates the country’s best dishes and delicacies. Plan your flights Melbourne to Boracay for May, and you can feast on sweet desserts and fresh seafood.
The Dragon Boat Festival
Another festival held in May is The Dragon Boat Festival. While it is a sports competition, it's also a visual spectacle. Travellers buying flights Melbourne to Boracay can expect colourful boats, large crowds and a massive fiesta once the race is over.
New Years Eve
With its pristine beaches and crystal-clear water, Boracay is one of the best places to ring in the New Year. You'll get to dance all night long and watch an incredible fireworks display when the clock strikes midnight. New Year's Eve takes place right in the middle of the Philippines high season, and to get the best deals on cheap flights to Boracay from Melbourne, book your tickets as far in advance as possible.
What should I know before visiting Boracay?
How to get to Boracay
Most Melbourne to Boracay flights will land at Caticlan Airport, also known as Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH). From there, you'll need to take a shuttle bus to the Caticlan Port to catch a ferry over to Boracay. When you arrive at the island, you can take a tricycle to your hotel.
You need to book Melbourne to Boracay return flights
You can’t arrive at Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH) with one-way tickets to Boracay from Melbourne. You need to have proof of onward travel as well as a confirmed hotel reservation for the duration of your stay.
Only stay with accredited hotels
Before booking a hotel for your flights Melbourne to Boracay, take the time to see if it's an accredited stay. There are more than 200 hotels and resorts that comply with the government’s regulation for tourism and environmental protection.
What are the best things to do in Boracay?
Watch the sunset from a paraw boat
The sunsets in Boracay are magical, and one of the best ways to see them is with a traditional paraw boat. Travellers buying cheap flights Melbourne to Boracay as a group can rent an entire one out for a private trip.
Visit White Beach
White Beach is one of the most popular places to visit in Boracay for a good reason. Its shores are lined with soft sand and crystal blue water, and it's one of the top reasons people buy cheap flights to Boracay from Melbourne. As the sun starts to set, you'll usually find fire dancers and musicians entertaining beachgoers. There are also plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes along the beach where you can pick up an ice-cold beer.
Conquer your fear of heights by visiting the famous 15-metre cliff jump at Ariel's Point. It's not the cheapest day trip for visitors buying Melbourne to Boracay return flights, but tour prices may include a lunch buffet and drinks. If cliff jumping is not your thing, kayaking, snorkelling and paddleboarding gear are also provided.
Learn how to swim like a mermaid
Ever wanted to be a mermaid for the day? Sign up at the Mermaid Swimming Academy and learn how to swim in the sea, all while donning a fishtail. Choose the tail colour of your choice, and your instructor will teach you a variety of swimming techniques. It's a wonderful activity if you're booking flights Melbourne to Boracay for your kids as well. Don't forget to bring along your camera!
Go island hopping
Just because you bought Melbourne to Boracay flights doesn’t mean you have to stay on the island. There are island hopping tours that will take you to some of the nearby islands. You can spend the day snorkelling in the clear waters, catching a tan on deserted beaches or scuba diving. Some of the most popular islands to visit are Crystal Cove, Magic Island, Puka Shell Beach, West Cove and Crocodile Island.