Nowhere near as famous as its western rival, Bulabog Beach nevertheless offers equally crisp sand and water and the unique appeal of a striking red dawn each day. There are not the crowds of tourists here, with most people back over at White Beach. This means less to do, but this is some people's idea of utter bliss. <br /><br />
<h3>Boracay Main Road</h3>
There's not much to buy in Boracay but the many bamboo-thatched stores along the Boracay Main Road will happily sell jewelry and sarongs to all comers. There are dusty convenience stores and some adequate places to eat or grab a beer for anyone who wants a slight gear shift from lazy days on the beach. <br /><br />
<h3>Boracay Horse Riding Stables</h3>
Guided horse rides into the island's interior are a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. One hour rides start at very affordable prices. More advanced riders can take horses for longer periods. <br /><br />
Whale sharks and giant rays can be seen on diving trips that take divers to spots just off the Boracay coast. Most trips can be booked right at the beach, or alternatively at any of the hotels or backpacker bungalows which often double as dive tour operators.