Island Nook

Road A1, Aklan, 5608, Philippines
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inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by hermz_cleng

hi there.. can you please help me.. i am looking for resorts offering transient services in Boracay.. a friend told me of considering Floremar Pizzeria Da Mario,but i dont know their rates.. has anyone been there before? thannks and more power

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by CatBurglar

The lowest rate there is P200 for a dorm room.

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by Odinnthor

I believe the resort is called "A Little Corner of Italy Resort", wherin is the famous Pizza restaurant.

http://boracayisland.org/mario.shtml

http://www.boracayresorts.com/littlecornerboracay/

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by boredoffboracay

their resto has gone downhill, pizza is not worth it...and dont expect much for P200 dorm bed, including a lack of security...give it a pass....

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by sirenna

I agree the food has really gone downhill (and prices uphill!) but they have a security guard patrolling there.

It is now renamed Tree House Resort and also incorporates the former Alyssa Resort.

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by boredoffboracay

Tree House and Marios are actually two different places, owned by the same guy..

Re: inquiry on transient, room rental, etc

by sirenna

The sign outside Marios now says Tree House too.

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Walk around 2

by maple_air

Sandcastles and other sand masterpieces are a sight to behold each night. They lined the shores and are usual sights at nightime. Most of them are made by local children. You can always see people posing beside these.

BORACAY Please, Not "Bora"!

by sirenna

Be a responsible tourist, don't throw trash on the beach, collect sand or otherwise compromise the environment. The island's residents are campaigning to preserve their home - and it's name.

Boracay is NOT "Bora"!

Scuba diving

by kylian74

Many of these scuba diving stations and schools scattered around Boracay. DIVING in Boracay is a MUST if you have diving licence..you can also learn while you are enjoying your stay in Boracay, it takes only a day and half to get your diving certificate.
Come On and DIVE Boracay! have fun with Philippines tropical underwater nature, brilliant coral riefs and tropic different fishes.

On Top of Boracay Island

by bike_packer

Having gone to Boracay for more than a couple of times, it was a natural curiousity to find more about the place. The last time we were there, me and my wife rented a motorcycle and explored the other side of Boracay - or should I say "What's more there other than White Beach?"

One of the surprising destinations we visited was Mt. Luho, the highest peak of Boracay. At the viewdeck, the view gave us a better orientation of every place in Boracay and mainland Panay. Yes, indeed, a panoramic 360 deg view of Boracay with the long white sand shoreline so inviting.

Up there, it looks as if the island is not overflowing with visitors with the towering trees, mostly coconuts hiding those man-made structures. The greening of the sorroundings should be maintained and upped making Boracay a real nature hideaway.

We rented a motorcycle for P500 for 2 hours.

Talipapa

by Skye_Miles

All along the White Beach you can find shops selling beachwear and fantastic T- shirts. The central market, also called Talipapa, offers a variety of beach wear fashion shops, specialty shops, small to medium sized supermarkets and a fruit and fish / meat department.

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Address: Road A1, Aklan, 5608, Philippines