Crocodile Island is a small uninhabited island that resembles the head of a crocodile. It is regarded as one of the best dive sites of Boracay. The island is located near Boracay Island and is about fifteen minutes away from White Beach. Currents can be fierce except at slack tide, which makes for a beautiful collection of corals. It is a gently sloping wall with several canyons and caves containing a wide diversity of fish. Snorkeling at Crocodile Island in Boracay has been popular with tourists since the island became well known during the 1980s. As soon as the beauty of the island became known, people began exploring it. It was only natural that the underwater scenery became the object of much exploration. Early on, snorkeling would become a hit, and remains to this day. Continue reading
Crystal Cove Island Resort is a Day tour Activity, just 10 – 20 minutes away from the main land of Boracay. It is an ALL-IN-ONE stop island hopping destination catering to both local and international tourist. It is a private island consisting of 2.5 hectare in area. Having its own private white beach and two coves where one can snorkel and swim on good weather condition.
The name Crystal Cove is derived from the crystalline water that surrounds the isle, as reflected on the walls of its two coves. Continue reading
Every January or February, Green Yard Funboard Center hosts the Boracay International Funboard Cup. The event is one of the largest windsurfing races in Asia and attracts over a hundred windsurfers and kiters to Boracay year after year. The event also features the Boracay Big Air Challenge, a event which draws some of the best kiters in the region. Continue reading