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Your guide to the beaches found on Boracay Island.
Boracay Island is known for its beaches. Whether you’re looking to head to the tourist mecca of White Beach, or feel the wind in your hair windsurfing at Bulabog Beach, you’ll find all the information you need here on the Boracay Beach Guide.
Stations on Boracay
Boracay is divided into five areas or zones called Stations. Each station has been created according to the land use of that particular area. White Beach makes up zones one, two, and three. Bulabog beach is zone four, while the more exclusive areas of Boracay form zone 5.
White Beach – Stations 1, 2 and 3
White Beach is easily the most popular tourist beach Boracay has to offer. With its pristine water and white sand, it’s not hard to see why. The two and a half-mile long beach’s popularity has also been backed up by TripAdvisor, who ranked it at number 24 among the world’s best beaches in 2017, and number 9 for the Top 25 beaches in Asia for 2019.
Visitors flock to White Beach, either looking to soak up the sun’s rays or experience a piece of the action. Most of the island’s bars and restaurants are located along the shore of White Beach, so this is the place to be to experience Boracay’s exciting nightlife.
Bulabog Beach – Station 4
Located on the opposite side of the island to White Beach, Bulabog Beach is where to go if you like your beach experience a little less crowded. Bulabog Beach is a perfect spot for water sports such as kiteboarding and windsurfing because of its terrain.
Puka Beach is located on the northern end of Boracay Island. Being in Station 5, Puka Beach is secluded and uninhabited – no shops, bars, or resorts to be found here, just nature at her finest. The perfect place to get away from it all.