Borocay

Borocay

 

The beauty queen of the Philippines, diminutive Borocay may be among the smallest of the country’s 7,000-odd islands, but it’s undoubtedly among the brightest stars in the archipelago. A list of what to do here reads like a roll call of desert island decadence: soak up the action among the glass-smooth water and perfect sand of the appropriately named White Beach or strike out to discover your own secluded sandy cove; wander over to the island’s east for world class snorkelling and windsurfing or head inland to the famous Bat Caves or the island’s high point, Mount Luho, for priceless Pacific views. After a lingering, predictably show-stopping sunset, take your pick: feast on just-plucked-from-the-water seafood at beachfront restaurants, or dive into White Beach’s bars and clubs, guaranteed to keep the hedonist in you busy until another perfect day rolls around. 

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