Boracay Island is best known all around the world for its white powdery sandy beaches and turquoise water. This little piece of paradise offers many activities such as hiking, island hopping, parasailing, cliff diving, surfboarding, skiing, banana boat riding and diving.

Boracay’s night scene is also one of the main focal points for the island, making it a must for the social-loving scene. Various nightclubs can be found along the beach, brimming to life as soon as the sun sets on the island.


Boracay Island has more than a dozen beaches and many coves. The most popular main beach, or “White Beach” is dotted with a growing number of resorts, hotels and dining options. It is almost four kilometers long and has been named several times as one of the best beaches in the world.

Bulabog beach is located opposite the White Beach and is ideally for travelers who would rather shy away from the main beach crowd. It is the windsurfing and kite boarding haven of Boracay. One of the sites that should not be missed out is Yapak. It is located on the northernmost part of the island with simply stunning sunsets. Luxury resorts offer a quiet sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle crowd of the main beach.