Most people come to Boracay for its fabulous beaches. White beach is a world class beach stretching along almost half of the western part of the island. Opposite white beach is Bulabog Beach, where most of the watersport action is going on. In the north of the island, is lovely Puka beach which is a good picnic spot and where a lot of Puka shells can be found. Moving to the east is another white-sanded beach, named Lig Iligan which is a good place for snorkeling.
The waters surrounding Boracay attract a wide variety of fish life and still are harboring some good coral reefs. It is a good place to learn how to dive and there are plenty of operators offering PADI courses. For an adrenaline shot, try the zipline adventure and fly 25 meter above tropical jungle and white beach on a 300 meter long cable line.
Shopaholics can spend a few hours browsing through D' Mall and D' Talipapa for souvenirs and some beach necessities. When you get tired of shopping, there are countless relaxing spa and massage options.
Affordable massages are offered right on the beach, while the footpath is lined with airconditioned restaurants serving different dishes from around the world. Seafood is abundant and usually fresh from the sea. At night, restaurants turn into bars and re opening there doors until the wee hours of the morning. Neighboring islands areeasily accessible on day trips and the most popular is Crystal Cove, a 2.5 hectare island between Boracay and Caticlan with two caves where you can swim into.
Golfers can relax and unwind on a 18-hole, par 72 course designed by master golfer Graham Marsh, located on the Fairways & Bluewater Resort Golf & Country Club.