A paraw is a small traditional boat with two outriggers sailed in the Philippines. Many believe paraw sailing to be an essential activity to put on their "things to do in Boracay" list. Why? The boat itself is worthy of admiration. A single shallow hull, made of wood and bamboo and adorned by a large sail, it needs two floaters or logs on each side to keep the balance. This sailing adventure is a rich cultural experience and loads of fun. Discover the beautiful Boracay island as you glide on crystal-clear turquoise waters with a fresh sea breeze. A paraw can accommodate 10, so bring some friends along to share your Boracay adventure!
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