Whilst flying over it in a plane, one notices Boracay Island like a green butterfly opening its wings on a background of sea with blue reflections. Despite its reduced dimensions (seven kilometres long and 4 kilometres wide), the island, situated at the centre of the Filipino archipelago, to the north-west of Panay Island, is one of the most beautiful islands of the Philippines. A tropical island, a dream island whoch has all the assets to transform your holidays into an extraordinary language study stay.
No towns, no streets, just a small central road, the telephone and Internet, then the crystal blue water all around with a breathtaking coral reef, white sand and the sea where you can swim in complete safety. Known for its magnificent fine sand beaches and its lush vegetation, the island is home to a bit more than 10,000 permanent inhabitants. Manila is one hour away by plane and it will take you only around twenty minutes to reach Boracay by boat from one of the two closest airports (Kalibo and Katiklan). Life is quiet on Boracay Island, most visitors spend their days at the beach, bask on the white sand or swim in the deep turquoise sea. All water and underwater activities are evidently the order of the day, as nature has spoilt this island and its beaches. A paradise in the South China Sea awaits you for a very special language study stay during which you will pass in a few steps from the warm sea to English classes in the school, located directly on the beach. Studying English in these heavenly conditions is a gift!