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Boracay has all the necessary elements of a tropical paradise: soft sandy beaches, sapphire ocean waters and bright sunshine. Boracay is shaped like a meaty bone. The central part has the gentle White Beach while the north and south are covered with lush mountain forests. Stretching out four kilometers from start to finish, White Beach is the highlight of Boracay. It is rather lively here with all kinds of resort villages, restaurants, bars and clubs. Other beaches such as Diniwid Beach, Bulabog Beach and Puka Shell Beach are relatively quiet and tranquil. Sail out on the ocean to catch a view of an unforgettable sunset. You can also climb up on top of Mount Luho for a bird’s-eye view of all of Boracay or experience a vast variety of exciting water sports. This island also has an abundance of nightlife that will not disappoint.
White Sand Beach is located in the middle of the west bank of Boracay. It is made up of large corals with soft white sand. The beach is quiet during the day, but turns into a huge open bar at night, transformed with the lights and music of a nightclub. . White Sand Beach is runs 4 kilometers from north to south, and offers a rich variety of water sports, including snorkeling, deep diving, banana boating, windsurfing, parasailing and more. Of course, you can also take a relaxing stroll on the beach and enjoy the crisp sea breeze. There are many resort hotels and restaurants on the beach, including the D'mall shopping center located in the middle of the beach, with convenient dining and recreational options.
Located in the northern part of Boracay, Puka Beach has a tranquil seaside atmosphere, and you will see very few visitors. It was famous for its shiny Puka shells, and you can pick up beautiful small shells on the beach after the tide. On the beach, you will also see small vendors selling shellfish products, as well as small bracelets made by local residents. You can watch the sunset at Puka Beach. In the evening, the beach will be covered by sunset glow. Enjoy this charming evening view.
Mount Luho is 100 meters above sea level. Not high but difficult to climb. You can climb from the steep road at the northern end of Bulabo Beach, but most people choose to take a tutu or a motorcycle. You can overlook the entire island from the top of Mount Luho, especially the long white beach. There are also adventures such as Zip Line and ATV riding.
Willy's Rock Formation, standing in the sea, is an iconic attraction on Boracay, where local residents enshrine a statue of the Madonna. At low tides, you can walk straight to the Willy's Rock Formation and clearly see the extending white sand beach and the crystal clear waters. At high tides, it is usually impossible to walk to the Rock, and it also feels very nice to enjoy the view on the beach.