1. When is the best time to book a flight to Catican (Boracay)?
-It is best to plan in advance or at least 1 to 2 months before your intended visit to Boracay.

2. What are the best times to travel to Boracay?
-January to June are the best months to visit Boracay as it has the nicest weather to a vacation.

3. Where is Boracay Island in the Philippines?
-Boracay is a small island in the Philippines, 7 km long and 1 km wide, located approximately 315 kilometres (196 miles) south of Manila and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines.

4. Do I need a passport to travel to Boracay?
-Passports are not required if you are taking domestic flights from major cities such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and etc. Though, these documents are considered as local identification that may be presented when you check-in in the hotel or resort.

5. What to do in Boracay?
-Its best to enjoy the long beach by getting some vitamin sea by sun-bathing in the day time; do some exciting water sports activities or do island hopping tour. Then by 5PM in the afternoon, enjoy the beautiful sunset and be ready for some night life in the D’mall after dinner. Bars and restaurants within the strip of the long beach are open until 1:00 to 2:00AM

6. What are the best places to visit in Boracay?
-White Beach, Island Cove, Magic Island, Ariel’s Point, Puka Beach, D Mall, Willy’s Rock, Diniwid Beach, Bulabog Beach

7. Is Boracay a good travel destination?
-Yes, an award-winning island in the world and votes best island in the world international travel magazine Travel + Leisure

8. How to travel alone in Boracay?
-It is best to get assistance from the hotel you booked, and arrange land and boat transfers to and from the airport. Locals are all hospitable and accommodating, they all willing to assist if you are looking for directions, restaurant to eat and places to explore in the island.

9. What to pack for Boracay?
-Always bring your sunblock. Light-weight clothing, swim wear and flip flops are essentials.

10. What airport is MPH?
-Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan.

11. What airport is near Boracay?
-Godofredo Ramos Airport in Caticlan (MPH) is the closest to the island. It is just a short, 2-3 minutes drive away and a 7-10 minute boat ride to Boracay.
The Kalibo International Airport (KLO) is the next closest airport to Boracay. Airfares are usually more reasonable if you choose to fly from Kalibo. It requires a 1.5-2 hour drive away to Caticlan plus a 7-10 minute boat ride to Boracay.

12. How do I get to Caticlan airport?
-There are daily flights from Manila and Cebu to Caticlan. Coming from Boracay Island, a 7-10 minute boat ride and a short drive will lead you to the airport.

13. What’s the best place to eat in [Boracay]?
-There are a lot of good places to eat in the island and would depend on the cuisine. There are local favorites, some international cuisines and some local food chains. You may also want to try Kamusta Boutique Hotel in-house restaurant.

14. What’s the best spa in Boracay?
-For in-house guests of Kamusta Boutique Boracay, hotel can arrange in-room massage service from Palassa Spa which offers various relaxing treatments to de-stress, relax and rejuvenate.

15. How to go to Boracay?
-For International travel, take an international flight to Manila and land in Ninoy Aquino International Airport. From there, take a domestic flight to Caticlan Airport (45 minutes), proceed to Caticlan Port and take a ferry to Boracay Island.

16. Are pets allowed in the resort?
-Pets are man’s best friend but for safety of the guest, these lovely pets are not allowed in the hotel premises.