Boracay Island might be most well known for the White Beach on the west coast – after all, that’s where the bulk of the resorts, bars, restaurants and adventure providers are located
White Beach may be one of the world’s finest beaches, with shallow waters and powder-fine white sand. But for watersports like windsurfing and kiteboarding, you’ll want to cross over to the opposite coast and Bulabog Beach.
For land-based adventures, you can explore the island trails by horseback or ATV; or you can just retire for a massage at one of the island’s spas.
How to get there: Boracay’s recently reopened to the public after a months-long break – to get here, you can fly in from Manila via Caticlan (10-20 minutes away by ferry) or via Kalibo (almost 2 hours away by bus and ferry). The island’s accommodations offer something for everyone, from budget and mid-range accommodations to luxury hotels & resorts.