Imagine visiting a place where every afternoon was the most amazing sunset you’ve ever seen…until the next day. Boracay island might be paradise, and made for some amazing sunset silhouettes. Loved it!
Boracay was easily my favorite part of the Philippines. We saw some of the most amazing sunsets – this post has some of my favorites.
Nearly every day in Boracay finished with one of the most beautiful sunsets I’d ever seen!
The gorgeous Boracay sky turned orange, red and purple, and made for some awesome sunset silhouettes.
There’s nothing quite like experiencing a breathtaking sunset.
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Is Boracay too touristy and overcrowded? That’s all perspective. That’s what local Filipinos say about it, but that certainly doesn’t apply to their gorgeous beaches. While Boracay is the most popular tourist destination in the Philippines, it seems like half the tourists are focused on avoiding the sun. When I was there, the beaches were wide open when the sun was out, 10am – 4pm.
Here are photos of Boracay at different times of the day – it was completely empty at 1pm. By 5pm people start coming out, and by 6pm people are out to enjoy the sunset and post-sunset.
Boracay at 5:56 PM [17:58]
Boracay has some of the best sunsets I’ve ever seen. Amazing!
Boracay at 1:14 PM:
does this look overcrowded?
This photo may look like it was taken of a private beach, but it’s actually beautiful Boracay in the Philippines. It didn’t get much more crowded than this…
Boracay, Bohol, and Malapascua, Philippines – some of the best sunsets from my trip were in the Philippines – here’s three from the beach at three different popular islands in the Philippines. Vote for your favorite paradise in the Philippines!
Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol
Boracay sunsets had intense, vibrant colors, nearly every day I was there. Here’s one taken from the beach at station two:
Malapascua – brilliant purple sky!
Which sunset (or sunrise) from the Philippines did you like best?