Boracay, Aklan | Gateway to Island Paradise
For Beach and Nature Lovers | Boracay, Aklan
Aklan is located at the northwestern part of Panay Island. This beautiful province can be reached via air or sea. It is about 45 minutes away from Manila and 35 minutes from Cebu by airplane. It takes about 15 hours from Manila and 18 hours from Cebu when you are going to travel it by sea.
Kalibo is the Capital of the Province of Aklan. The Ati-atihan Festival held here every third week of January. The Ati-atihan festival is a celebration the Aklans culture and rich history. Every year, it draws visitors from all over the country and even visitors from other parts of the world.
The province of Aklan is packed with interesting places to visit. These ranges from beautiful white sand beaches, vast caves to magnificent waterfalls and springs. These natural resources provide visitors a cool ambience and a pleasant view of the natures beauty. Some of the beautiful attractions in Aklan are the Tigis Falls in Buruanga, the Agnaga Falls in Malay, the Tulingon Cave (believed to be Philippine's longest cave) in Nabas and the Ignito Cave locally known as the Elephant Cave in Buruanga.
A certified hit for beach and nature lover is the world-famous Boracay Island. Boracay is one of the top tourist destinations not only in Aklan, Philippines but in Asia . Boracay Island is located at the Municipality of Malay, Aklan. Only about seven kilometers long, this beautiful island is famous for its crystal clear water and its cool white sand beaches. It is also blessed with rich marine and tropical attractions. At present, hundreds of resorts and commercial establishment have sprouted in various parts of the island and most of which can be found at the four kilometer White Beach