Even when it’s raining, some water activities are still allowed so long as the water current is stable. One thing even non-swimmers can do is helmet diving. Using a helmet made of glass plates, you can breathe underwater and walk on the ocean floor. The rate per person is PhP600, which already includes a CD that contains your souvenir photo.
If you're traveling as a couple, try visiting Ocean Tower Boracay. The entrance fee to the top of Mt. Luho is PhP70. You can put your love locks at their viewing decks and see Boracay from the topmost portion of the island.
With guests coming from different parts of the world, Boracay has become a year-round destination. Businesses and activities are always open to serve tourists like you. Even when the sun is out, know that your much-anticipated vacation in Boracay would never become as dull as the weather.
June 2021 Update: Ocean Tower Boracay is temporarily closed.
Stay safe as you travel! Make sure to follow social distancing protocols and observe health precautions wherever you go. Have a great trip!
This article was originally published in Yoorekka on January 13, 2017.
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