Sunset Sailing & Station 2 (Sunset), Boracay | Philippine




A Paraw is a traditional Philippino sailboat with two outriggers. If you visit Boracay, it is essential that you take a ride on one of these cool native sailboats. In addition to being a rich cultural experience, it is extremely fun and enjoyable too.
The feeling was wonderful and relaxing as the paraw sails out to the azure sea and the windy sea breeze blows gently against to the faces. As the paraw sails further far away from the island, we get to see the entire beautiful coastline of Boracay. The boat crew have a very good skill to controls the sails.





As the sun begins to set, it paints the sky and wispy clouds with a warm orange glow . and we see the silhouettes of other sailboats on the horizon turning to sail back to shore before it gets dark. We are glad we went on this sunset sailing trip .

Our Paraw sailboat carry up to 6 people on its outrigger wings.
You can actually enjoy this activity any time of day, but the best time is to have it about 5-5:15pm to witness the sunset while at sea . We paid P200 each for this activity for half hour.
On my third day evening on Boracay, I saw what was indisputably the best sunset of my life. My photos don’t remotely capture how incredible it was, but here are a few shots of it anyway.I loved the white sandy beaches and all the blue colors you could find in the ocean, but one thing that really stood out were the sunsets. I have seen many in my entire life, but none of them have been as amazing as the one’s in Boracay.

Me and Smith go down to hang out at the beach at 6 p.m for swimming , relaxing , chic looking and watch the amazing sunset while others was resting at hostel

We sat on the powder white sand till 7.30pm , the scenery was awesome!!!
the shore was crowded and some of them have own activity on the shore

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