Boracay Island is the best destination for the perfect tropical getaway where people wants to escape from the hectic city’s life. There are many resorts and hotels lined along the White Beach, which is one of the most picturesque in the Philippines. Diving, Snorkeling and other Water Sports are very popular around Boracay Island. The incredibly clear waters help to enhance the enjoyment of every activity in Boracay. All diving in Boracay takes place within a protected environment to help maintain the natural beauty of the surroundings both in and out of the water
The dry season is from December to June. Surface temperatures average 25 degrees Celsius from December to February, and can go as high as 38 degrees from March until June.
The wet season is from July until November, with temperatures on the surface ranging from 28 to 30 degrees Celsius.
The year-round average water temperature of Boracay is about 28 degrees Celsius. The coldest it ever gets is 21 degrees Celsius at 30 meters depth in December to February. The warmest months are April and May when the water temperature can reach highs of 32 degrees Celsius.
|Great for||Highlights||Depth||Visibility||Currents||Surface conditions||Water temperature||Experience level||Recommended Length of stay|
|Advanced, Photography, Wall diving, Drift Diving||(TBC)||5 – >40m||10 – 20m||(TBC)||Generally Calm||28 – 30°C||Beginner – Advanced||6 – 11 days|
Flights from Manila to Kalibo, than 2 hr drive and 15min by boat
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