Hotel Isla Boracay-South

Sitio Angol, Boracay Island, Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sitio Angol, Boracay Island, Boracay, is near Chocolate Hills, Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary, Baclayon Church, and Calypso Diving School.
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    Travel Blogs from Boracay

    Philippines - Boracay

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 05, 2014

    89 photos

    ... the whole village and its dusty streets. On the way to the Puka Beach we went past DīTalipapa Market but didnīt feel like entering and blamed the sun shines that were burning our heads.

    After one hour or so we finally found the Puka Beach. It was very quiet and there were almost no people on the beach besides a few local kids playing in the water and several drunken local guys. It was actually quite strange that three different groups of local people (mostly ...

    Eat, Swim, Drink, Relax, Sleep - It's Boracay!!!

    A travel blog entry by ksuter on Apr 28, 2014

    1 comment, 204 photos

    ... back to D'Mall and had lunch at Andok's a local chicken fast food place. It was crowded but the food was good.

    After lunch we were to meet by Facebook friend Welmar who works on the island giving massages at a local spa. Both Allan and I got an hour massage which was super relaxing. After that we headed back to the hotel to clean up and shower, and then head over to see Victor and Ramon again. We were to meet another Facebook ...

    Wake up dive and night time drinking

    A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 24, 2014

    ... so I felt safe to do the dive with her. Plus I prefer having ladies :) After the refresher we went back to the dive shop for tea and biscuits with the rest of the group. We were introduced to the two other people joining us on the dive who would buddy each other. They were a couple from Wellington in Newzealand so we got chatting straight away all about the city. The boat ride over to our dive spot took us past loads of bays I had never seen before which were gorgeous. We ...

    Boracay

    A travel blog entry by joeandmez on Feb 11, 2014

    5 comments, 23 photos

    ... we wear the life jackets. About 95% of tourists on Boracay are Korean & Chinese and most cannot swim so therefore our crew were surprised when we both jumped in the water and swam around while exploring the sea life. All the other tourists in the area wore bright orange life jackets. We later explained to the crew that Australians learn how to swim at a young age.

    When we had enough the boat then took us to another place ...

    Tried a proactive approach today

    A travel blog entry by deano-webby on Dec 18, 2013

    5 photos

    ... stop was crocodile island. The snorkelling wasn't too bad there, although there was a pretty strong current so we learnt pretty quickly that if looked around for a couple of minutes, the boat was a bit away and the swimming was not easy. So the best way was to hold onto the boat while looking down. What was very entertaining was that Rupert had pre-purchased some bread rolls and we used that to feed the fish. And there were plenty of fish, all pretty small sized, but ...