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I think most of these people had no interest or knowledge about Filipino culture and were only there to party.
My hostel was full of random strangers sleeping over every night and the beach was full of drunken people from early morning onwards.
Again, I might be totally subjective, so read the comments (both supporting and disregarding my opinion) under this article to make up your own mind.
But remember how do you feel about 2.1 million tourists – that’s more than 40,000 on an average week, all cramped on a tiny island?
When I politely declined, they still asked for money and wouldn’t leave me alone unless I gave them something.
You may hate me for saying this and trust me, I was incredibly disappointed when I left the island, so before you crucify me, read my thoughts to understand why I hated Boracay.The majority of people who come to Boracay are either Korean tourists who keep to themselves, or the worst types of backpackers who go there with one mission – to tick the Philippines off of their list, get wasted, and have sex with whoever comes along.Imagine a full moon party at Koh Phangan in Thailand, but every day!The ferry terminal is like an airport where they x-ray your luggage and make you wait patiently to board your boat. I was trying to be polite while waiting for my luggage to be scanned when I was hit and pushed a couple of times by locals who absolutely didn’t care that I was standing there.When we finally got to the island, nobody cared that Southwest left us all, around 40 people, in the pouring rain while they screamed out hotel numbers for at least 15 minutes before putting us in minibusses where we felt like sardines in a can. Before heading to Boracay, I read on a blog that one of the best things about Boracay was the crowd and meeting other tourists.
(UPDATE 2018) After 3 years it seems like someone finally agreed with my opinion and decided to close the island to tourists for 6 months.