Boracay Map | Beaches, Dive Sites, Boat Station
Boracay Island is located about 200 miles south of Manila and 2 kilometers off the northwest tip of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Boracay is under the Municipality of Malayand is comprised of three barangays (similar to village) called the Manoc-Manoc, the Balabag, and the barangay of Yapak and is under the administrative control of the Department of Tourism (DOT) in coordination with the Provincial Government of Aklan.
Boracay Island is only about seven kilometers long and 1083 hectares. The center of the Island, where the population of about 16,000 people(as of 2006), is concentrated, is flat and narrow. Both the Southern and northern ends of the island are wider and hilly, with the highest point, Mount Luho which is about 100 meters high is located in the northeast.
This Map of Boracay Island includes the dive sites, boat stations, beautiful beaches and other attractions in boracay. For guide and detailed information about the beaches and dive sites, see the links below: