This is the 2.5km long water sports beach of Boracay, and is located on the east side of the island. From November to April, Bulabog Beach is the kite boarding and windsurfing heart of Boracay. From May to October it is the water sports centre of Boracay. It is a 5 minute walk to D'Mall, 10 minutes to White Beach. There are some fantastic resorts and hotels that take advantage of this unique beach ...
community. The beach is protected by an offshore reef.
Bulabog Beach News
When you hear people talk about Boracay Beach, they are most likely referring to the glorious White Beach on the western side of Boracay Island. But White Beach is not the only sandy stretch on Boracay, and it's definitely not the only one which deserves to be visited. Enter, Bulabog Beach ??" an often preferred alternative to massively popularly White Beach.
How to Get to Bulabog Beach
Bulabog Beach sits on the eastern side of the island, while White Beach is on the western side. The narrow strip of land that separates the two beaches is mostly occupied by a cemented road, the main tho ...
A tricycle took us all the way north to Puka, named after the abundant puka shells on the beach. The sea was rough but beautiful with every tone of blue shining in the sun. Some young lads played on skim boards and we enjoyed the breeze walking along the shores. It was too rough for me to swim in but there was no denying it's beauty.
A tricycle then took us south to Bulabog beach which was only 500m across the island but a world away from white beach. The sea was extremely choppy and not very clean, but that didn't deter the dozens of kite surfers speeding through the waves. The area surrou ...
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Summer means Boracay, and Boracay means fun!
In the Readers' Choice Awards 2015 of US-based luxury and lifestyle travel online magazine Condé Nast Traveler, Boracay was included in the list of the "20 Best Islands in the World." Who doesn't know Boracay? When one thinks of powdery white sand beaches, this island in the Visayas has become the default answer. (Not the only one, of course!)
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At least 100 local and international kiteboard riders are expected to flock in this resort island for the second leg of the International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Philippine Kiteboarding Tour Season 3 on Jan. 8-10.
The event will be held along Bulabog beach, a 2.5 kilometer-long water sports beach located on the east side of Boracay.
The tour is being organized by the Philippine Kiteboarding Association.
Competition will start on Jan. 8 until the afternoon of Jan. 10. Male and female riders will battle in the twin tip race (masters), novice twin tip race, freestyle an ...
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Ride the waves
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