Boracay Attractions



Popular Places

  • Bullabog Beach
  • White Beach
  • For many Boracay is a beach lovers paradise. White Beach on the west side of the island has the nicest sand and is the most popular place to swim and sunbathe. In 2007 Yahoo! Travel rated the beach among the world’s top ten.

    However, even if sun worshipping isn’t your thing Boracay offers numerous other water-based activities. Adventure lovers should try kitesurfing. Bulabog Beach, on the east side of the island, has numerous kitesurfing schools. Most schools include equipment rental in their tuition costs. However, beginners be warned - while kitesurfers look cool, beginners don’t look quite so good. Helmets, lifejackets and booties are the order of the day, but it is also important to bare in mind that it is an extreme sport and worth being safe! Reputable schools should provide you with the above equipment so it is worth checking them out before you sign up.

    If kitesurfing looks a bit too extreme why not have a go at windsurfing? Reef Riders Windsurfing School on Bulabog offers lessons, and talk to any windsurfer and they will tell you that windsurfing is coming back into fashion.

    Perhaps a more sedate afternoon on the water is more your cup of tea? There are numerous sailboat captains walking up and down White Beach in search of custom. Hiring one for the afternoon costs less than $10 (do haggle) and is a fantastic way to explore the island. Puka beach is well worth a visit. Most boats provide snorkels as well so you can explore the sea life around Boracay. It’s worth being a bit prepared before you go - buy some nibbles and a few drinks so you can watch the sunset in style.

    Zorbing is another fun activity Boracay has to offer. The slope may look tame but once you’re inside what looks like an overgrown bouncy ball filled with water it is a completely different story. You really do feel like you’re in a washing machine as you hurtle down the hill. Word of advice for the ladies – the attendants will offer to take pictures for you as you get out, so make sure you try and look dignified as you climb out of the zorb (tummies in, bikini in the right place – that sort of thing). Ride the Zorb is located near the bat cave in Yapak. You can rent a tricycle to get there.

    Hiring a scooter is a great way to explore the island and get to the more remote parts of Boracay. The island is not big so you can make it around in a couple of hours. You will find people renting scooters walking up and down white beach, or near D’mall. Ask some locals if you can’t find any and they’ll point you in the right direction. 

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    Station 1, White Beach

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    Station 1, White Beach

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    A Temple like Spa in an off the beaten track part of Boracay... read more

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    Sitio Malabunot, Manoc-Manoc,

    A Temple like Spa in an off the beaten track part of Boracay... read more

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    The Boracay Beach Resort

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    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

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    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Batcave Beach Rd

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

    Boracay Island, Malay

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