The novel coronavirus lockdown is happening not just in the Philippines, but also in about 90 countries. People, including you, must have explored every square inch of your home as part of your #travelgoals during the quarantine period.
While it was fine at first to just stay home to rest, sleep, eat, and repeat, the quarantine has left everyone feeling they are under house arrest. Most people can’t help but miss the great outdoors!
Thankfully, things are starting to go back to normal and summer’s not yet over. Boracay activities are waiting for you and the next best thing to do after the health crisis brought by the COVID-19.
If you’re in quite a rush because you have to catch up with work, no need to worry as there is a three-day exploration Boracay route you can take to make sure you make the most out of the remaining summertime you have. If you’re too overwhelmed with what you want to do, now that you have escaped the confinements of your own home, below are the top Boracay island activities you shouldn’t miss during your visit:
Being confined indoors during the lockdown, one of the activities in Boracay you shouldn’t miss as one of your morning Boracay activities is watching its glorious sunrise and sunset. Not only will doing so be relaxing, but it will also give you a good dose of Vitamin D when you spend time under the sun.
Because you’ve probably seen every crevice of your house, one of the Boracay activities that you should do to be able to explore and see the beauty of Boracay, Philippines is none other than island-hopping.
Ride a boat with your family and friends, even with strangers and visit the different islands found around Boracay. Don’t forget to take a dip every once in a while to enjoy the calming waters of the island.
Your Boracay water activities list must include scuba diving. Boracay island has a lot of scuba diving sites to choose from along the White Beach and Stations 2 and 3. There are affordable diving gears you can rent on the island, and there are professional divers who can train you before you dive.
If you’re feeling extra adventurous, then this Boracay activity that is exclusive on the island is the one for you: reverse bungee. G-Max Reverse Bungy Philippines in Station 3 offers you this once-in-a-lifetime thrilling experience. Conquer your fear and experience how those birds of “Angry Birds” felt when you slingshot them out into the air!
If reverse bungee is too much for you, but you still want to be up in the sky, then parasailing is the perfect Boracay activity for you. Since most parasailing activities are done from 8 AM to 6 PM, you can opt to have your 15-minute ride during the sunset for another perfect perspective of the beautiful Boracay sunset.
One of the normal activities that you were probably deprived of during the lockdown was driving around the city. If you’re itching to be behind the wheels again during the remaining days of summer, then driving an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) should be on your Boracay activities list. This is your chance to explore the rugged terrains of the island aside from its beaches. A little thrill is sure, especially when you encounter rocky and muddy paths. Get ready to get wild and dirty--with mud! Most of all, enjoy.
Those who have experienced it would say that one of the top things one must do in Boracay is cliff diving. While it can certainly be nerve-wracking to jump from cliffs that range from three to 15 meters high both in Magic Island Boracay and Ariel’s Point, it’s not too bad to be able to experience it at least once in your lifetime. After all, this is one of the best opportunities to release all your stress, fears, and worries caused by the novel coronavirus.
One of the things that the coronavirus lockdown deprived of us is the opportunity to mingle and party with people. Speaking of parties and the perfect nightlife, Boracay is the best place to be!
Different Boracay resorts and restaurants offer different signature drinks and party experiences that you sure won’t experience in other islands! If you’re partying alone, you can opt to join Boracay’s famous Pub Crawl where the strangers turn into good friends. As you go around different bars on the island all night long, remember that this is the time to dance, converse, drink, and party with people!
If you’re wondering how it feels like to be a hamster on a wheel, ride the Zorb ball. This is one of the adrenaline-filled Boracay activities you should try. After all, it's not every day you get to roll down on a hill and into a pool inside a giant inflatable ball. It is sure to be a good story to tell your family, friends, and colleagues once you go back to work.
While the novel coronavirus lockdown may have brought out the chef in you, food tripping is still one of the best Boracay activities to do. Boracay’s beach is lined with restaurants that offer food ranging from different prices that suit everyone’s budget. If you’re craving for some affordable seafood you can feast on, head over to the D’ Talipapa, select all the seafood you want, and have them cooked the way you like.
One of the things you can definitely enjoy in a Boracay hotel is the different amenities and facilities they offer. If you’re looking for a worry-free accommodation in Boracay that offers not only comfort but also great activities, book at Alta Vista de Boracay. This hotel does not only offer an amazing 360-degree view of the whole island, but it also offers different amenities such as a karaoke room. During your stay here, don’t miss out swimming in the infinity pool together with your family and friends surrounded by the magnificent view of Boracay island.
It was fun being outdoors to spend “me” and family time during the novel coronavirus lockdown. However, people like to travel so much as a means to discover more of themselves and of the world and to enjoy what life has to offer. Doing these Boracay activities whether you’re alone or with your family and friends, even strangers are sure to make your life memorable and happy. So don’t forget these 11 activities in your Boracay summer itinerary.