5 Detailed Boracay Maps To Help You Navigate The Island
To help you find your way around Boracay Island I’ve created 5 detailed maps – each covering a different topic. The location markers on the maps show pictures and descriptions of each place so that you get a good feel of what they are like.
The map above shows the locations of Station 1, 2, 3 and the other regions in Boracay. The maps below show the beaches, nightlife venues, restaurants and hotels that you can find in those different regions…
Did you know that Boracay has 17 beaches? Below you can see a picture of each beach and all of their locations. You can also read about them in more detail in my White Beach Guide and in my Guide to Boracay’s 17 Beaches.
There are many nightlife venues to choose from in Boracay. But when you’re not familiar on the island it’s easy to miss out on places that you might really like. That’s why I created the map below. So that you can more easily locate the nightlife venues that you’ll enjoy.
Clubs are marked in orange, bars in yellow, lounges in green and parties in red…
To read about the nightlife in more detail please see the Ultimate Guide To Boracay’s Nightlife.
Budget Restaurants Map
When I eat in Boracay I usually go to budget restaurants. And since I’m an expat living on the island I’ve discovered lots of good ones by plain trail and error. On the map below I share the 15 best budget restaurants that I now frequent and recommend.
For more detailed info about these restaurants you can visit my guide to Boracay’s 15 Best Budget Restaurants.
D’Mall is Boracay’s main open-air mall, and it’s a beautiful place to walk around in. It’s located in the center of Boracay, in between the main road and White Beach, and it has almost all of the things you need. In the map below I’ve marked D’Mall’s main points of interest.
To learn about Boracay’s malls in more detail see my D’Mall, D’Talipapa and CityMall guide.
There are 300+ hotels in Boracay and I haven’t made my own map for them yet. So I searched high and low for the best map that’s available online. The best I found is this one by Agoda…
To learn more about the best hotels to stay in see my guide to Boracay’s 36 Best Hotels, Categorized by Location and Budget.
These maps should help you navigate Boracay more easily. If you have any questions or comments, you’re welcome to leave a reply below.
Hi paul thankyou for this guide but can i ask for the places that has more in activities?
Hi Kim, you’re welcome. About activities: see my guide on what to do in Boracay here.
Hey Paul, the whole book looks really good. It must have taken a lot of work to put it together. I went to Boracay about 10 yrs ago. It was a much smaller scene then… if I go again your guide will make it a lot easier…
thanks much for this guide. i was in Boracay only once years ago. And can tell you this guide is very good and detailed.
I will be going there this May 17 and have already used your guide to make my skeds.
You’re welcome Joy 🙂
hello Paul, thank you for this guide i’ve been to Boracay but your guide is a big help
since we’ll be going there again this May 15 with my family. I’ll be using your guide
for dining arrangement and the night life activity, no more hit and miss in choosing
restaurant will just try your recommendations. Thanks again.
hi! were going to boracay this july 2017 can I ask where are the local churches in boracay located? like baptist church and stuff? thank you so much!
Hi Ava, I’m not familiar with the difference kinds of churches, but the biggest and main church in Boracay is located in Station 1, behind the basketball court which is located next to the main road.
hi paul would like to ask for your opinion about something. planning to stay for a 7 days vacation there in boracay but i’m caught in between these two hotels..wanna ask for any suggestions or recommendations on Boracay Haven Resort and Jony’s Beach Resort. which one would you prefer? i would like to have a beach front and near amenities such malls and bars thanks
Hi Jeaddie, I’d prefer Jony’s Beach Resort over Haven hands down, not a single grain of doubt. Better location, great food, great people. It’s one of the best resorts to stay at in my opinion.
thanks for the reply paul
Hi Paul, great website! I will be going to Boracay at the end of July, but the thing is, my flight to Kalibo from Manila is at 8 PM. It is very late and the chance that it gets delayed is high. Let’s say I arrive around 11 PM in Kalibo, would you advise that I board a bus to Caticlan immediately? Or should I just spent the first night near the airport? I haven’t found any blog about how late can tourists be transferred. Are there 24-hour transport services (bus and boat) to Boracay? Thank you so much for this! 🙂
Hi Michelle, I’d take the bus immediately, but book it in advance so you can be sure that there’s transport available and waiting for you.
I traveled from Kalibo to Boracay around that time before. Since it was later at night I booked transport with https://southwesttoursboracay.com in advance. The bus ride was speedy since there was only little traffic that late. Once in Caticlan I did have to wait a while for a boat to depart to Boracay, that was the only downside. But all in all it was a smooth experience.