Boracay Island


Nowadays everyone who googles “the best beach in the Philippines” will get to the hundreds of pages about Boracay island. This tourist destination has become so valued by the holiday makers from all over the world not only because of its immaculate white beach and clear waters, but also because it has everything that a demanding traveler might need.

Boracay island is quite small, only 7km long and as narrow as 500m in the central part. This makes it very convenient for transportation and for amiable beach walks. It’s a paradise for jogging and mountain bike fans.

It’s also a haven for the beach lovers and swimmers: the coastline in the White Sand beach is not too shallow, not too deep, and in season the sea is calm as if it’s a pool. It’s perfect for children, because the waves are very soft and the sea bottom is harmless, no corals or sea urchins, no jelly fish or other dangerous species.

The hospitality of the Filipinos in Boracay Island is impeccable. They will greet you with cheerful smiles and create the atmosphere of home away from home. They will be happy to provide you with the best service, no matter if you are staying in other hotels or in the luxury Boracay apartments like 7Stones Boracay Suites.

Bulabog Beach


Bulabog Beach is located on the east side of the island. While most of the recreational aqua activities such as sailing, diving and jet skiing are on the other side of Boracay island, Bulabog beach is popular for its incredibly good facilities for wind’ and kitesurfing. In fact, Bulabog has earned the title of “Number One kite boarding beach in Asia”.

7Stones Boracay beach resort has a perfect location. This Boracay apartment resort is away from the main White Beach crowd, it is peaceful and quiet, and at the same time it is only a few minutes’ walk to the main shopping center of Boracay – D’Mall, and other entertainment spots that Boracay Island can offer: restaurants, souvenir shops and bars.

Getting There

There are two gateways tor Boracay island. The closer one is Caticlan, which is only a 5-minute ride from the jetty port, and another one is Kalibo, which will require a 90-minute trip to get to Caticlan jetty port. While Caticlan has limited facilities and receives flights only from Manila and Cebu, Kalibo, on the other hand, is an international airport, and serves larger crafts from Seoul, Hong Kong, Taipei, Shanghai and other Asian cities.

A 10-minute boat ride from Caticlan jetty port will then take you across the channel to the famous beaches of Boracay Island. Be prepared to pay a fee around $5 US for using the terminal and for the environment support of Boracay island.

No matter if your plane lands in Caticlan or Kalibo, It is always recommended to arrange a transfer with your Boracay beach resort. It will save you from the fuss with tickets and fees and make your arrival to your Boracay island resort as comfortable as possible.