For the thrill seeker, Bulabog Beach has much to offer and can be
considered one of the most memorable tourist attractions in Boracay. Located on
the opposite side of White Beach, this locality is ideal and most popular for
many wind sports.
Windsurfing and kitesurfing prove to be the most enjoyable, as the wind
speeds provide excellent conditions during the early months of the year.
For a change
in scenery from the windswept beaches of Boracay, venture towards the Butterfly
Farm that has over 20 species of exotic butterflies and 150 plant species.
Opened to the public since April 2005, this fascinating tourist attraction in
Boracay is an escape in to a world dedicated for butterflies.
garden holds a treasure trove of over a hundred butterflies and the nursery
adjoining the garden is where visitors can observe larvae and caterpillars.
Educational and fun tours are also available to take you through the lush
gardens, explaining the life cycle of a butterfly.
Crystal Cave, Buslugan Cave and Bat Cave
Located east of Barangay
Yapak, the caves are home to many bats that fly over the resort in the late
afternoon and are often visited by more adventurous beachgoers.
Boracay’s most popular and sought after beach when you set foot on the
mesmerizing shores of White Beach. The swaying palm trees and endless breeze
brings promise of a magical holiday in one of Philippines tourist destinations.
Stretching 4 kilometres on the western side of the island, the pristine powdery
white sand is hard to resist.
has a generous sprinkling of entertainment and dining options. From water
sports, bars, dive shops and restaurants, this beach caters to all fancies and
desires. Visitors can also enjoy a leisurely boat ride through the coves and
alcoves of the surrounding island.