Boracay Local Events
Peak Season on Boracay is usually in full swing, from November to May and this is sees the island geared up for regular parties and events.
Super-peak Season is when Boracay is at its busiest, and liveliest, with families and groups of friends flocking to the island to make the most of the festivities. If you want a quieter holiday then try to avoid the big holidays; Christmas and New Year, Chinese New Year, Holy Week and Labor Day.
Halloween (October 31st) is also fast becoming 'The' time to visit Boracay, with many bars and hotels holding parties to help you make the most of the spooky evening. Or you can just find a beach bar, grab a seat and a drink, and enjoy the constant parade of travellers and locals alike, as they show off their funny, group themed or downright scary costumes.
Other Key Events the Kiteboard and Windsurfing Championships, held from November through to January, the Kalibo & Boracay Ati-Atihan mid-January and the Boracay DragonBoat Festival, with 2 days of exciting races between teams from the island and across the world, which takes place in late April.
Our Philippines Country Guide will tell you all you need to know about the best of amazing Philippines. If you are more interested in Boracay's events, attractions, things to do click on Boracay Destination Guide and Boracay Tours. Let us guide you through our exotic Island with our local suggestions.
Looking for a Perfect Monday fix?
Taste the island's Best Mojito at 50% off every Monday only at EPIC Boracay!
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Don't miss out on this fabulous deal! All you can eat Chicken Wings for just P399+ Per Person.
This offer is available Every Wednesday All Day
Variety Includes the Garlic Honey Soy Wings and the Jolokiah Pepper Wings
Every Wednesday Girls can have a great Night Out at Aplaya Beach Bar, newly opened in March 2014. Go to their Facebook page to download discount vouchers
Every Wednesday is Pizza & Pasta Night at 7Stones, including their Gluten-free range
Every Thursday between 8pm-11pm is Ladies Night at Red Coconut.
The first Cocktails is free and after that 50% off
The delicious Romanian Buffet is held every Thursday night at Levantin
Levantin Boracay is located along Bulabog Beach, Station 2.
For inquiries and reservations call (+63 939) 937 9052,
email them firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit their website at www.levantinboracay.com
Every Thursday is Ladies Night at Charlie's Steakhouse & Diner.
Complimentary special ladies drink will be served all night
Great bands, Great Food, Great Mood!
BBQ and BEATS - Join Boracay's Box & Ladder Hostel on their Roof Deck for an all you can eat BBQ Night! Just P150 per person.
Try the flavored beer and flavored mojito, whilst listening to the BEATS of Mel Bangis.
Another awesome night for awesome people! See you on Friday!
For more details: Call/text us at 0917(5921774) or (036) 3900581
With a fabulous new chef in the resort the Friday Dance Collective & Beach Buffet is back with great fanfare!
Enjoy a delicious evening buffet meal, on the beach.
Relax and enjoy the offerings from the Resident Acoustic & Friday's Dance Collective Performers.
Be serenaded with mellow classics and indigenous Folk Dances from across the Philippines.
Every Friday and Saturday
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Every Saturday night, Dos Mestizos Boracay has an exquisite Spanish Tapas Buffet with authentic, rich, and flavorful Spanish dishes, many of which are not normally found on their regular menu.
Every Saturday 7am till 3pm
Check out the available Organic Vegetables, Biodynamic Meat and Dairy, Green juices, hot buns, breads and pastries, hot meals and Lechon, plants, organic personal and home care products and craft supplies.
SUNDAY SUNSET SESSIONS at Wahine Beach Bar is on every Sunday from 4pm until Late
Featuring A DJ called ER Erwin Edralin Also brought to you Villa Oceana Boracay and Mama's Fish House. Powered by Studio 3 Soundsystems and Eatgoodlife.com
The 21st May 2016 see's the 4th Grand Boracay Flores de Mayo
The Flores de Mayo is a celebration in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Beautiful young women are selected to represent their regions, provinces or, in the case of Boracay, their company's. This selection is based on natural beauty as well as valued traditional feminine qualities.