Published: 27 August 2014 by: Esther De La Cruz

Boracay's native Paraw sailboat

1. Take to the water

Boracay's native paraw sailboats are made for these clear waters, and there's no better way to experience the island's magic than aboard a sunset cruise -- the sails billowing in the breeze, the bow skimming over the waves toward a blazing sunset.

A paradise for water sports, Boracay is the place to practice old tricks or learn new ones. Partner up for a kitesurfing or scuba lesson, descend into the deep with a helmet diving excursion, soar into the sky on a parasailing adventure, or try your hand at paddleboarding on the tranquil rivers of nearby Panay Island.

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