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How much does it cost to stay at Chalets In Boracay?

On an average, Chalets In Boracay costs around INR 10,859 per night.

What are the best Chalets In Boracay?

Some of the best Chalets In Boracay are Diniview Villa Resort, Sheridan Villas Boracay, Franky Villa

How much is a Chalets In Boracay for this weekend?

The average price per night for a Chalets In Boracay for this weekend is INR 10,859

What are the best Chalets In Boracay with a pool?

Best Chalets In Boracay with a pool are Diniview Villa Resort, One Hagdan Villas, Caipirinha Villa

Suggest some Chalets In Boracay with good wifi?

Best Chalets In Boracay with wifi availability are are Diniview Villa Resort, Sheridan Villas Boracay, Franky Villa

What all are the best Chalets In Boracay for a weekend stay?

Some of the best Chalets In Boracay for a weekend stay are Diniview Villa Resort, Sheridan Villas Boracay, Franky Villa

Best time for a staycation in Boracay?

The best time to visit Boracay is during the dry season, which starts in November and runs through April. Called the 'Amihan season' this period brings with it, the cold, northeast wind across the island. Humidity and rainfall remain low, and the sea water is perfect for swimming, diving, and other activities. The temperature in Boracay remains moderate throughout the year - an average of 30°C during the day and 25°C in the evening. Its seasons can be classified into two distinct parts - the dry and the wet season. The monsoons run from May to October. The temperature during May and October remains comfortable but very humid. June, July, August and September experiences heavy rain, and the threat of typhoons looms throughout the Philippines. June is the wettest month in Boracay, with an average of 237mm of rain. Boracay is somewhat sheltered from the chances of a direct typhoon hit but remains vulnerable to higher tides, strong winds, and heavy rains.
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