There’s no better game plan in achieving a pretty busy Boracay itinerary than to book an early flight and start the day early in the island. I arrived in Caticlan at 6:50 am, reached Station 3 at 8 am, and started my activities as soon as I finished breakfast at The Sunny Side Cafe. My inspiration to keep going was my reality which was nonexistent during vacations. Maybe it was tiring. But my better version was preoccupied with happiness in Boracay.
My Boracay itinerary had too much in it considering the length of stay that I had and here’s the story behind it. I was supposed to be with my husband but something came up. Instead of hating the situation, I realized that my dream of traveling alone was not yet over. I decided to travel solo again and visit Boracay for the first time. My itinerary went through a quick revision and I was totally happy about it. It could be a big help for solo travelers or backpackers who are entitled to so much freedom. Being alone in trips is more challenging, rewarding, and best of all it spares you from drama. You can spend each day any way you like without worrying about other people. It may sound selfish which is not really a bad thing if you will not bring it with you back home.
I tried squeezing in all the activities on my list before my check in at Zuzuni Boutique Hotel. This includes Parasailing (₱1500), Helmet Diving (₱800), and Ziplining (₱1500). I did a lot of swimming, eating, and enjoying of some of the free stuff in Boracay. Certain types of travelers would probably prefer having an itinerary that’s very different from mine. So instead of sharing my itinerary, I’m just writing down what to do and where to eat in Boracay.