Many people from all around the globe love Boracay. They come to this tiny tropical island in the Philippines to enjoy nature and beach life. The beauty of Boracay is not only limited to a few things, but it is a combination of many beautiful things that make this destination unique.
When you arrive in Boracay, one of the very first things you will notice are the openness and friendliness of the locals. Well, as I have said, the beauty of the island is a combination of many things. This is one of them. We, Filipinos, speak English as our second language. So, I am proud to say that there is no language barrier. There is no doubt that a lot of foreigners are here in this beautiful island. One can easily connect and make friends with both locals and tourists. In this article, I’d like to feature my experience of the amazing sunrise and sunset in Boracay. So, hang in there and I’ll carry you over my shoulder for a quick tour.
If you ever ask anyone who has been already to Boracay, he/she will surely tell you about how breathtaking and extraordinary sunsets are in this island. Well, of course, not to miss the sunrise since it is equally as beautiful as the sunset. The view is something that would really mark a spot in your heart and mind. Up to this day, I can still picture out the perfect scenes in my mind swelling with happiness.
Amazing Sunrise and Sunset in Boracay
The amazing sunrise and sunset in Boracay are something to look forward to. The sunrise is equally beautiful, so do not miss this! It’s always a wonderful thing to welcome the new day by the beach in this way. We woke up at around 5 am and had a dip while enjoying the serenity of the place. It was really an experience to savor and remember!
You can pick your favorite spot for perfect place to watch sunset between 5 to 6 PM. During our time, the colors of the sunset varied from fiery red to red-orange to pink, and everything in between.
One of the things we did during most of our stay was walking down the length of White Beach especially during sunset. The beach is facing the west, so it is one of the perfect spots offering the spectacular view of the sunset. We watched the sun sinking slowly below the horizon.
How to get there?
- There are daily flights from Cebu or Manila to Caticlan or Kalibo
- If you are from Kalibo, you need to take a bus going to Caticlan. Travel time will be 2 hours.
- From Caticlan, you need to take a small boat going to Boracay Island. Travel time is less than 30 minutes.
- Alternatively, you can catch a 2go ferry from Batangas Pier to Caticlan. Travel time is 10 hours.
Just for once, let yourself be relieved from the stressful noises of your daily city life, from the honking, heavy traffic, loud music and people talking that aggravate your stress levels. Just for once, head to Boracay and embrace nature. Let the beauty of the place calm you down. Relax and have fun. Watch the waves slam against the beach and the beautiful palm trees. Shut all your mental babbles off, and tune in to what Boracay has to offer.
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Cha of Little Misadvencha is a Filipino Civil Engineer, researcher and a fur mom. She came from General Santos City and finds that everything in life teaches her a lesson. She is inspired to write about and out of her experiences, but later found out that it was her experiences that actually inspire her.