(Last Updated On: September 23, 2017)


BORACAY ISLAND is one of the most sought tropical paradise in Asia and for all the good reasons. It not just boasts of white sugary sands and clear blue waters but it makes sure tourists  always have a meaningful time while on the island frompartying all night to fun filled day activities. Your time in Boracay can never be boring as there are so many things that you can do. I have listed some, if not all of them.

1. Banana Boating

This is very typical in any beach but is still worth the fun every single time. Price starts at P250.

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Photo Credit: BoracayLeisureTravel.com

2. Flyfishing

This is the more thrilling version of banana boating. Try it and see for yourself. Price starts at P400.

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This is how thrilling flyfishing is in Boracay! I prefer this over banana boating.

3. Helmet Diving

This was designed for those who can’t swim but still want to experience the feeling of being several meters deep underwater to witness the world down there. Price starts at P600.

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4. Island Hopping

Visit different islands surrounding Boracay. Price starts at P1400/boat good for 5 people.

Things to do in Boracay

5. Parasailing

Get a descent view of the entire island while several meters up in the air. Price starts at P2000/parasail good for 2 people.

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6. Sunset Sailing

Enjoy the breathtaking sunset in Boracay while riding the paraw (local sailboat). Price starts at P1200/boat good for 4 people.

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The colorful sunset in Boracay

7. Snorkeling

Go discover how teeming with life Boracay’s undewaters are. You may bring your own snorkel or you may rent from one of the contractors in the island. Price starts at P250/person.

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8. Stand Up Paddling

The waters in Boracay most of the time is steady and not suitable for surfing especially in the white beach but if you are the kind who gets bored with just sitting around, you may find SUP interesting. Price starts at P300.   Things to do in Boracay

9. Jet skiing

We all know how exciting riding a jet ski is. In Boracay, you can have 15 minutes of fun for P1500/jet ski good for 2.

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10. Kitesurfing

This water sport is more popular among foreign tourist. If can’t ride with them, you may enjoy watching them in action in Bulabog beach but if you want to kitesurf like a pro, you can enroll on a full kitesuring course. Price starts at P7000.   Things to do in Boracay

11. Windsurfing

Similar to kitesurfing, you may need to take a full course before being able to windboard at pretty much the same price.

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Credits: MyBoracayGuide

12. ATV riding

Stay away from the beach for a moment and go ATV riding on the highways of Boracay. Price starts at P500.

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13. Scuba Diving

If you are curious to see the life beyond the beach, several meters deep then this is the perfect fit for you. Price starts at P1500 with lessons and gears.

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14. Cliff Diving

Conquer your fear of heights and plunge into cool waters. This is one thing you can do when you go island hopping and visit Magic Island.

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15. Reverse Bungee (GMAX)

Experience this extreme adventure ride which is the latest craze in Asia and can only be found in Singapore and Boracay. Price is P4500 with video good for 3.

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16. Mermaid Swimming

Who says mermaids aren’t real? In Boracay, there’s plenty of them. You can be one too. You may get lessons and rent your tails at the Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy for a price of P1500.

Photo credits: Chris Crumley

17. Glass Bottom Boating

Discover life underwater without the hassle and getting wet at a price of P700.


18. Pub Crawling

Meet new people, drink your heart out and party all night long for P790.

Photo Credits: Pubcrawl.ph
19. Zipline and Zorbing

It’s always fun to feel the rush wherever in the world you might be. Get the adrenaline pumping and ziplining and zorbing for the price of P400.


20. Food Tripping

Fill your appetite with the goodness that is Boracay with all its food offering from typical Filipino dish to foreign cuisines with still the touch of home in your palette. Enjoy refreshing fruit shakes, mouthwatering ice creams and crepes and sumptuous seafood dishes anywhere within this paradise.


21. Get a Massage

After a tiring day filled with fun activities, relax and get a massage. There are hundreds of massage spas scattered within the island and plenty of them along white beach.   THINGS TO DO IN BORACAY

22. Get Braids

Play with your hair and try a different hairstyle for only P150.   THINGS TO DO IN BORACAY

23. Get Henna Tattoos

If you fancy how it feels to get inked less the pain then get a henna tattoo. Price varies on the size and design of the tattoo.   THINGS TO DO IN BORACAY

24. Visit & Shop in D’Mall

Shopping is every girl’s favorite and where else would be best to do this in Boracay? Hop from one boutique to the other to see great finds and thrift items you may want to bring home to family and friends.   THINGS TO DO IN BORACAY

25. Visit Boracay’s Ocean Tower

Wondering what the entire island looks like? A 360 degree view might be the answer.   THINGS TO DO IN BORACAY

26. Have a Fun Filled and Adrenaline Infused Day at AquaFun Boracay

Experience one of the latest craze in Boracay. Have a day pumping with adrenaline in AquaFun, a newly opened recreational park. For more info, check them out on Facebook. You may also send them e-mail to aquafun.entertainment@yahoo.com and ring their mobile no. 0995 9688 077.

Not the actual photo. Credit: http://noosadays.com/


I guess this is pretty much it. Remember. You need not to do all these. What is more important is for you to have a great time in the country’s tropical paradise. If you have questions, feel free to fill the comments box below.   Note: Prices indicated above are quoted for off-peak season. Add a couple bucks then that should give you the cost for peak and super peak seasons.   For other Boracay Travel Tips, check out my post The Boracay Budget Friend Guide.

Disclaimer: Some of the photos were lifted from Google. Credit goes to their respective owners.


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  1. Hi Keza, Great post! Our team was there 3 days ago, and we have seen most of the activities stated here. I have tried the banana boat, and the helmet diving. Very nice experience.

  2. Hi Keza, ask ko lang if ok naman po kausap si kuya enteng po and iaaccomodate po ba kayo the whole activities po? 1st timer po kasi kami ng partner ko, mababa naman po siguro yung mga rates sa november diba hehe thank you so much po 🙂

    • Hi Lea,

      Sorry your comment was routed to my spam reason why I wasnt able to answer your queey right away. Re kuya enteng, yes accommodating po sya and madali kausap. Sino Nov ka nman pupunta, no need na magreserve kasi since off peak mas mura kung mismong sa isla kna maghahanap ng activities 😊

  3. Hi Keza, Do you have any contacts for each activity for us to get a discount? 🙂

    • Hi Freddie. Try contacting Kuya Enteng Ferolino tel:09098179873. Although based on most feedback, it’s cheaper to get the tours once you arrive in the island or specifically in White Beach.

  4. Sahanur Ali Reply

    Hi Keza…thank you for the post. It’s indeed a lot of useful information for anyone who is first timer in Boracay like me. Will be visiting in September for few days.

  5. Einna Aspuria Reply

    Hi! do you have any contact numbers sa mga nag o offer ng activities. We are planning to have our team outing on July 20-23 for 43 persons. It’s better for us na makuha na din yung rates ng activities para makapag budget kami ng maayos. Thank you!

  6. Hello Good day, Meron po silang package activities? Gusto sana namin mag available. Group of 9 po kami this March 2-5 po sa bora napo kami. Thank you!

    • Hi Romen, I don’t offer tours. If nasa Bora na po kayo, just go sa station 3. Andun po yung mga nagooffer ng activities. 😊

    • Weve been their last feb 18-21 , if you want a no hussle huggling and a more expensive price just book online , you will find one as you search in the net…. but if you want a cheaper price just go to site, along the white beach someone will offer you activities, dont you say yes to the offers try to huggle for the cheapest, and since you are 9 in the group , you reiterate to have more discount:)

  7. Hello, just wanted to clarify the parasailing rate. Is it 2k per parasail or per person? How much if 3 pax per parasail?

  8. hello.. we will be there on feb 18-21,2017… is that peak season? We are hoping that same rates din makuha nmin

  9. Luis Tiangco Reply

    Hi Kesa,
    We are visiting Boracay on March 2017, A group of 8 people, i would like to avail a service that will cater most if not all the activities. Meron ba sila group discount? Safe ba makipag deal sa mga commissioner.

    • Hi Luis,

      I’m not sure with group discount. Yes safe nman makipagdeal sa mga commissioners dun pero pwede din na straight na dun sa agency. May mga post sila dun sa beachfront ng station 3.

  10. Hi, yung october po ba consider as low season? Meron po b kaung maisasuggest na murang hotels/rent house na maganda at comfortable na good for 3dyas n 2 nights sa bora? Station 2 sana hanggat maaari. Salamat po

    • Hi Yves,

      Yes october is low season.
      Sorry but dunno any hotel in Bora for station 2 other than La Carmela

  11. pwedeng makitawad sa mga owners regarding the prices of the rides during april and may?? nakakahingi ba ng tawad sa presyo ng rides during april and may???

    • Hi pwede nman po tumawad at possible na makatawad pa pero expect na high season price ang bigayan during those times

  12. Janeth Advincula Reply

    is there somewhere to buy food supplies (groceries) that’s reasonaly priced in Boracay?

    • Hi Janeth,

      Yes po. Bora naman is just another community so merong mga convenience stores to cater the locals. Wag ka lang magshashop dun sa malapit sa white beach kasi tlgang mahal. Punta ka sa local market or anywhere along the highway, marami ka makikita.

  13. Abigail Aquino Reply

    Do we have to book earlier or mag drop by lang kami sa place? 🙂 Btw saan pwede itry yung activities na you guys tried kasi affordable siya kesa sa iba 🙂 Thanks!

    • Hi Abigail,

      If what you’re inquiring is accomodation, better to book in advnce especially if you’re going on high season. Sa activities po marami po kayo makukunan sa mismong island na. Dun sa station 3, andun ang activity area and dun ka rin mKakahanap ng mga murang offers sa activities na gusto nyo gawiN. 😊

  14. geel_hensoon@yahoo.com Reply

    Hi Keza, hindi na ba yan magbabago ang fees nang mga watersports pag summer? mga April-May?

    • Hi Geel,

      Prices indicated on the blog is for low season. April-May is considered Super High season so prices are expected to be higher for several bucks more.

  15. Hi Keza,

    Any idea if there’s an age limit for helmet diving? My daughter is 4 and I know she would love to try it but not sure if she’s allowed.


    • Hi,

      I’m not really sure kung may age limit but I doubt this can be done by a 4 yr old. Mabigat kasi yung helmet but you won’t feel the weight when you submerge na in water. May special instructions din before the activity like signs na ginagamet underwater to guide you sa pagexplore. Try to ask na muna kasi di rin ako sure.

  16. Hi Keza,

    My husband and I are planning to go to Bora next year and your blog is really helpful for first timers like us. Anyway, is there a particular place we can avail of parasailing and helmet diving for less or the price is a standard in all stations? Would appreciate a reply. Thanks!

    • Maraming commissioners dun sa Boracay pero kung ayaw nyo sa commissioners, may booking area para sa mga activities dun sa station 3. Shop around kayo bago pumunta sa booking area to know kung anong pinakacheap na price. 😊

  17. Hi.. Can u give me an idea about parasailing, helmet diving and scuba diving.. I mean where can i locate thoae activities. Thanks

    • Hi Jenly, they are all over the place. No need to look for them. They’ll find you as soon as you set foot at the beach. 😊

    • Hi. I can’t really recommend one. We just took it from one of the commissioners in Bora. You can shop around first to find the best deal.

  18. Hi, we are planning a trip to Boracay and found your website which we find very helpful for planning our activities. Can you recommend a transport van or car from Kalibo airport to Boracay with pricing as well? Thanks

    • Hi Eve. Vans providing transfer service from Kalibo to Caticlan port are available at the airport for P250 inclusive of boat fare. Sorry I dont have a specific number to give you

  19. Hi! I’ve read three of your articles about Boracay and I just want to thank you because they’re all helpful. Anyway, we’re still here deciding on which activities to try and I’m glad I stumbled upon your parasailing review. I just want to ask though. Is hair braiding just P150? The woman who braided my hair earlier said 350 is the average price then she asked for 100 more (50 per strand of colored yarn) for a total of 450. 🙁

    • Hi Mariel. P150 was the price last year. You could have shop around first as locals tend to take advantage of tourists. But anyhoo. Enjoy your remaining days in Boracay. I should prolly think of updating my Boracay posts. Thanks for dropping by 😘

  20. Anna Giannella Reply

    Hi! While reading your article, I was already imagining what activities I will be doing on our boracay trip nextweek. Thanks for the info regarding activity prices. Btw, in your comment I’ve read you only managed a booking with a ‘kuya enteng’ tanong ko lang po if he’s connected with any agencies which offer boracay activities? Since his rates are way much cheaper compared sa iba. Im planning sa kanya nalang sana magpa book. I was trying to call him yesterday pero he’s not answering my calls ksi eh. But your post just answered all my questions regarding the costs of the activities… Much thankssss! 😀

  21. Hi! reading your article just make me feel more excited in our trip. Do you have the contact numbers for all the activities? That would be helpful ^_^

    • Hi Joshua. We had everything arranged with only one commissioner. Kuya Enteng Ferolino is his name. Mabait at mabilis kausap. Try this number 09098179873. If the prices are too expensive for your taste then you can simply shop around while you are in the island. There’s way too many commissioners out there that you can choose from. Good Luck. Have fun on your trip. 🙂

  22. while I’m reading some of the stuff here, your little popup is very aggravating. This is why I will never come back to this website.

    • Hi Thanks for the feedback.. It’s sad u have not provided me a real email address though.we could have chatted more about your concern.. But thanks anyways. Maybe i will remve my ads pop up box but never the lnt pop up.. 🙂

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