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Ultimate Boracay Itinerary for Couples for PHP16,000

The beautiful island of Boracay packs a number of exciting activities, beautiful sights, and breathtaking views. It’s a foolproof choice for couples who are looking for the perfect balance of adventure and intimacy without having to spend too much.

If you’re still figuring out what to do with your special someone, here’s a three-day Boracay itinerary for couples.

Day 1 Boracay Couple's Itinerary

Day One

  • Start your day with a healthy breakfast (P500) – Grab a smoothie bowl, and power up with super foods, which are not only delicious, but are instagram-worthy too!
  • Relax at White Beach (free) – There’s no need to go all-out on activities right away, one of the best things to do in Boracay is to simply enjoy the view.
  • Lunch at D’ Talipapa Market (P500) – You can’t leave the island without having fresh seafood, and this is the best place to get it. Take your pick from clams, crabs, fish, and more!
  • ATV ride to Mount Luho (P1500) – Enjoy Panoramic views of the island from one of its highest points.
  • Sunset viewing at White Beach (free) – White Beach is one of the most famous spots in the island for good reason, it not only has some of the best restaurants and bars, it is also one of the best places to catch the sunset.
  • Dinner & drinks (P1000) – Enjoy a romantic dinner with your partner on the beach front. Bite into sumptuous dishes as you watch the sun set over the waters.  

Estimated total: P3,500

Day 2 and 3 Boracay Couple's Itinerary

Day Two

  • Have a Chori Burger for breakfast (P100) – Start your day with a bang by trying out one of Boracay’s most iconic and well-loved dishes.
  • Water activities (P2,000) – Try out jet-skiing, helmet diving, and more!
  • Lunch (P800) – Whether you head over to the D’mall or dine at one of the beach front restaurants, a delicious meal awaits!
  • Island hopping (P1,400) – The beauty of the area extends to Boracay’s neighboring islands. Take a private tour, or join with a big group to explore Aklan’s wonders.
  • Dinner (P600) – Grab a quick bite and get ready for the night ahead.
  • Join a PubCrawl (P1,980)– Experience the wilder side of Boracay by joining a PubCrawl. This is six whole hours of drinking, partying, and fun with travelers from all over the world!

Estimated total: P6,880

Day Three

  • Breakfast (P600) – Treat yourself to a hearty breakfast and to a fresh shake before stepping out under the sun.
  • Souvenir shopping at D’Mall (P1,000) – D’Mall is the best place to find trinkets and all kinds of things for your loved ones back home. Make sure to use your haggling skills!
  • Grab a shake at Jonah’s (P220)– You can’t leave Boracay without cooling down at Jonah’s. Trust us, it’s a must.

Estimated total: P1,820


Accommodation in Boracay

Choosing from the hundreds of Boracay hotels, inns, and hostels can get intimidating. The trick is to figure out how much you’re willing to spend, and which part of the island you’d rather stay in. Here are our top 10 hotel picks:

Where to Stay Boracay Couple's Itinerary

1. La Carmela de Boracay Resort Hotel
2. Boracay Travelodge
3. G Executive Hotel
4. The Blue Veranda Suites at Boracay
5. The Orient Beach Boracay
6. Boracay Backpackers
7. Royal Park Hotel Boracay
8. Bamboo Boracay Resort Bar and Restaurant
9. Henann Crystal Sands Resort
10. Diamond Water Edge Resort


Classic Boracay Food to Try

Your island experience isn’t complete without immersing yourself in the local food scene. Here are some of our top picks:

What to Eat Boracay Couple's Itinerary

1. Chori Burger – The sweet and salty Chori burger has been a popular Boracay snack for as long we can remember. In fact, hacks of the famous recipe have been posted online, but really, nothing can beat the original.

  • Where to get and cost: Merly’s BBQ at PHP50

2. Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl – Smoothie bowls aren’t just made for instagram, they’re the perfect breakfast or midday snack, and they’re extremely nutritious too.

  • Where to get and cost: Hoy, Panga! Boracay at PHP280

3. Four cheese pizza – It’s made of bleu cheese, mozzarella, cheddar, and parmesan, and it’s another can’t-miss during your trip.

  • Where to get and cost: BarLo, Two Seasons Hotel at PHP580

4. Banana Choco Peanut Fruit Shake – These fruit shakes are so synonymous to Boracay, that it’s probably one of the first images you think of after the obvious “beach”, “ocean” and “white sand”. The drinks are refreshing, delicious, and the one thing you’ll need to cool down during a hot day.

  • Where to get and cost: Jonah’s Fruit Shake at PHP110

5. Sunny Side Champorado – While the classic champorado on its own is good enough, this version elevates your experience by adding surprise ingredients like bacon brittle, mango slices, and a scoop of caramel ice-cream. What’s best is that it’s made with the award-winning Malagos Chocolate from Davao.

  • Where to get and cost: Sunny Side Cafe at PHP250

6. Calamansi Muffin – Another homegrown favorite, these Calamansi Muffins are no doubt, one of the top pasalubong requests. Slightly toasted, refreshingly zesty, and pillowy soft — this is something you’ll want to hoard.

  • Where to get and cost: Real Coffee & Tea Cafe at PHP45 per piece

7. Fresh Seafood – Nothing authenticates your Filipino beach meal more than a paluto. Simply point out your seafood of choice, and they’ll cook it fresh right in front of you.

  • Where to get and cost: D’Talipapa Market, varies

8. Lemon Cheesecake – When your sweet tooth starts acting up, this cheesecake is the answer. It presents the perfect blend of sweet and sour with a kick of lemon that keeps you wanting more.

  • Where to get and cost: Lemoni Cafe at PHP140

9. Mango Soft Serve Ice cream – If there’s one thing that’s worth lining up for, it’s this. Hot days only get better with smooth soft-serve with sweet mango chunks, there’s nothing else like it.

  • Where to get and cost: Halowich at PHP70


Breakdown of expenses (for two)

Breakdown and Tips Boracay Couple's Itinerary

  • Food & drink – Approx. P3,000 (Depending on your dishes of choice!)
  • Water sports & activities – P7,000 (estimated price including all activities)
  • Transportation within the island – P600 (estimated P150 for long rides and P100 for short rides via trike)
  • Transfers from Caticlan port – P400 (estimate includes environmental fee, terminal fee and boat fees)
    Hotel – Approx P5,000

Total: P16,000

All set? Now all you have to do is book your ticket, pack your bags, and you’re ready to go! Remember, the budget is completely adjustable depending on the type of trip that you want. The island is filled with cheap finds and affordable alternatives for those traveling on a budget.

Plan your trip well. Check out this guide to Boracay!

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