As Boracay Island is rated as one of the top destinations for relaxation, visitors often feel than the island is the best place to relax and sunbathe on stunning white sand beaches. But visitors often forget that despite being a small island in Philippines, Boracay is surrounded by several beaches. So the region is also hugely popular among visitors who love to participate in a variety of exciting water sports like kite boarding, windsurfing and boating.
You can even consider holidaying in Boracay Island in January to enjoy the Boracay International Funboard Cup. Both experienced and novice windsurfers from various regions come together on the island for the week-long festival of windsurfing races. While windsurfing during the day, the participants do not forget to enjoy the exciting nightlife of the region and party hard.
However, the windy season in Boracay continues from November to April. So you can consider visiting the island during the windy season to learn windsurfing at Bulabog Beach. The seamless combination of calm water and abundant wind makes the beach one of the best windsurfing destinations in Asia. Also, you have option to join windsurfing courses available for both beginners and skilled windsurfers. The training will make it easier for you to windsurf in Boracay Island more safely.
You must remember that despite being a hugely popular beach holiday destination, Boracay is just a small island in Philippines. So with windsurfers from different regions coming together for the week-long windsurfing festival, the region will remain crowded. There are also chances that you may find it a daunting challenge to book a comfortable hotel Boracay Island at the last minute. You can even consider staying at the modern and comfortable beach boutique hotel located in Boracay Station 3 to enjoy a pleasant stay without spending a lot of money.