Bulabog Beach faces the east, so sunrise views here are especially great. It lacks the hubbub of White Beach, which is a boon for some visitors, and the windsurfing and kitesurfing scenes here are very well established.
The Beachfront Path links White Beach with the main road in Boracay. As such it is a thriving nerve center full of everything from barefoot tourists in sarongs sauntering between the beach and tree house bungalows and neon-lit beer bars. All bars, bungalows, hotels and retailers will be linked to the beachfront path by one meandering track or another.
Cagban Beach is the main port of entry into Boracay. Ferries arrive here from Cebu and overnight journeys to Manila leave twice weekly. There is a festive and sentimental atmosphere here with many visitors spending their last treasured hours in Boracay before heading off for flights home.
An increasingly popular cove that was once the Philippines' best kept secret, Puka Beach is where the rare puka shells can be found. Its sands and waters are the crispest and most beautiful in Boracay.