Guide Book, Map & VIP Card – Discounts & Info

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MyBoracayGuide Book 30th Edition

Guide Book

My Boracay Guide Chinese Map 29th Edition

Chinese Map

My Boracay Guide Chinese Map 29th Edition

Chinese Map

My Boracay Guide Korean Map 29th Edition

Korean Map

My Boracay Guide Korean Map 29th Edition

Korean Map

MyBoracayGuide Map 24th Edition
MyBoracayGuide Map 24th Edition
MyBoracayGuide VIP Card 30th Edition
MyBoracayGuide VIP Card 30th Edition

The best things in life are free!

Boracay is a small island with a thousand wonders to discover. I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about the appetizing restaurants found in D’mall, the beautiful Puka Shell Beach, the caves at Crystal Cove and even the famous Willy’s Rock.

But how will you be able to find these attractions if you don’t even know how to get there?

My Boracay Guide Book, Map and VIP Card has been in distribution for more than seven years at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Shangri-La’s Jetty Port and also at Fairways and Bluewaters Jetty Port, helping thousands of tourists coming to Boracay to have positive experiences.

How do you get the discounts and free info?

Before you get on the pump boat be sure to stop by the My Boracay Guide office at the jetty port and pick up a Guide Book or Map from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM for FREE! Yes, they are FREE. Every quarter our team updates the Guide Book, Map and VIP Card highlighting the different businesses on the island and introducing you to the new ones.          

If by chance you weren’t able to get a copy on your way in, don’t worry. They are also available for download or can be viewed on our website myboracayguide.com! QR codes are also seen on the guide book and map for direct download to your iPhone and Android phones, if you don’t want to carry around a hard copy.

The Guide Book

The guide book is filled with great information about Boracay. From investment opportunities, hotels, shopping centers, restaurants, bars, spas, activities. Yep, basically it shows everything that you need to know! It includes a map of the different stations for easier location of the establishments since logos are highlighted. It is designed to be pocket sized so you can bring it anywhere! The guide book also serves as a souvenir since you can pass it to your friends and family when you return home.→ The Guide Book

The Map

Aside from the guide book, there is also the My Boracay Map which shows the whole map of the island and the many points of interest. This is also easy to carry around and has the logos of all the best local businesses highlighted making it easy to find where you want to go.  Even the shops and restaurants found in D’mall have a separate map (check the back of the map).→ The Map

Activities and Transportation services are also offered on the map in case you want to try some exciting activities or be taken to the airport at the end of your stay, you know who to call.  The back of the map hosts all the best bars and restaurants for you to choose where to dine and drink. → Korean VIP Map

Grab a guide book, grab a map, everyone’s a VIP! Everyone’s a VIP!→ Chinese VIP Map

The VIP Card

Yes, whoever gets the guide book or the map gets the Very Important Person Card. This VIP Card gives you a list of establishments on the island offering discounts or freebies!  This is very helpful especially when you’re on a budget but still want to dine and drink and enjoy the best of Boracay!→ The VIP Card

How does this work? Just present the VIP Card before paying your bill to avail the offers! Best part? The VIP Card is also valid for three months (always check the validity date) and you can use it every day!

For you to check the offers, it can be seen in the guide book or at the back of the main map.

My Boracay Guide wants you to have the best vacation without getting lost or having a hard time.

So, the next time you see My Boracay Guide Book and Map be sure to grab a copy! No worries because some of the best things in Boracay are FREE!

Download the latest issue of My Boracay Guide Book and Map here!

 

9 Comments

  1. Christine Martinez says:

    Hello good morning. My friends and i will going to boracay our fligjt is tomorrow sept.5. One of my friend flight back to caticlan to going back to manila is 7am. Just wanna ask wat is the earliest boat he can ride so that he will not be late in his flight going back to manila? Hope to hear,from you the soonest. (We dont have land arrangement, we will just do it on our own po tnx)

  2. Alla says:

    Hi! Whether it is possible to receive the Book, the Map and the VIP card on Borakaye? Not in jetty port. We already live 2 days on the island and have learned about the card only today:(

    • Hello Alla! Apologies for the delayed feedback. You may take advantage of our MyBoracayGuide guidebook, map and VIP card by checking out Red Coconut Hotel reception in station 2 beach front, as well as Crafts of Boracay Supermarket along station 2 main road as we have a booth in these areas. All our hotel affiliates also offer these at no cost. Hope this information helps and enjoy the rest of your holiday! 🙂

      • Alla says:

        Unfortunately, today in Red Coconut we receive the expired card. Expired date is 15 of may. Becose we don’t receive discount in True Food
        Valid cards was absent in Red Coconut.

        • Hi Alla! Sorry to hear about this inconvenience. May I kindly suggest for you to visit our Information booth right next to Crafts Supermarket and acquire a valid card? You may also email us at info@myboracayguide.com requesting for a valid VIP card and we’ll send one to your hotel. Please be reminded that the VIP Card is valid for three months (always check the validity date) and you can use it everyday! 🙂

  3. sheryl m. avila says:

    Pano po maka avail ng VIP card thanku po

    • Hello there! Ang VIP Card ay matatagpuan sa loob ng mga guide books and maps. So, pwede po kayo kumuha ng copy ng guide book or map sa Caticlan Jetty Port Booth namin or sa counter namin sa Crafts of Boracay, Station 2, Main Road katabi ng Tilapia and Chips na Restaurant.

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