BULABOG Beach is a stunning destination located on the east side of Boracay Island in the Philippines. It is well-known for its tranquil and pristine waters, and is a favorite spot for windsurfing and kiteboarding enthusiasts. Unlike the bustling White Beach on the west side of the island, Bulabog Beach offers a more laid-back and relaxing atmosphere.
The beach stretches for 2.5 kilometers and is surrounded by lush tropical greenery, giving it a truly tropical paradise feel. It's also home to several small restaurants, bars and shops where visitors can enjoy local delicacies, refreshing drinks, and purchase souvenirs.
Whether you're looking for an adrenaline-packed day on the water or a peaceful day basking in the sun, Bulabog Beach is definitely worth a visit. It's a must-see destination for anyone traveling to Boracay.
This bed and breakfast property has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and the staff are warm and hospitable, making guests feel at home from the moment they arrive. It all started in 2005 with only four cottages. In 2008, eight more rooms were added. In 2009, 10 rooms were added to the property and so on until Lazy Dog Bed and Breakfast now has a total of 24 private rooms and 16 dormitory style beds.
The rooms are comfortable, spacious and well-maintained, with a tropical décor that adds to the island vibe. The beds are comfortable, and the air conditioning keeps the rooms cool and comfortable in the hot and humid climate of the island. The rooms are also equipped with modern amenities like cable TV and free Wi-Fi.
The complimentary breakfast served at the Lazy Dog Bed and Breakfast is delicious, with a variety of Filipino and Western dishes available to choose from. Guests can also enjoy a range of snacks and drinks throughout the day at the property's cafe. The property's relaxed atmosphere, comfortable rooms, and commitment to sustainability make it an excellent choice for travelers seeking a laid-back and eco-friendly accommodation option on the island.
When you book here are some sample dishes you can have for the breakfast, which is included in the rate of you room:we tried the gourmet tuyo with chili paste breakfast plate made of a healthy serving of rice, eggs how you want it and boneless dried fish sardines with olive oil, garlis, spices. We also got to try the Spanish Omelet with potato, onions, paprika which was served with a side salad, and freshly baked focaccia. Lazy Dog bakes their own bread so this focaccia is pretty special. They used to order their bread but when pandemic hit and no one could deliver to them, they had to pull up their sleeves and learn to make bread on their own. The result? Freshly baked breads that their guests definitely enjoy.
Their breakfast menu is pretty extensive from the eggs and omelets like Shakshua, Tuna Omelet, and 2 eggs any way you want to have them. They also have the pancake and waffles section with a choice of sweet or savory, bacon and eggs, fried chicken and gray, and cheese. There is the healthy start menu which consists of options like overnight oats, breakfast salad, tropical smoothie bowls. There are breakfast sandwiches like egg, cheesy french toast, the ultimate sandwich. Last but not the least is their array of Filipino breakfast choices from Tapa, local sausage or their own version of longganisa, Chicken or pork tocino, daing na bangus, or the one that we tried, the gourmet tuyo which was absolutely delicious.
Please also order their rendition of the green juice which is a healthy mix of apple, cucumber, lettuce and calamansi, you will not be disappointed.
With the not so debilitating prices of Lazy Dog, it became a popular long term stay destination for those who work from home since they have fast internet so you can do zoom calls right from the cafe restaurant of the B&B. If you are in North America time, even better as the cafe is quiet by 10pm so you can work all you want and you will not be bothered- except when Milo the friendly , chubby lazy dog may want to say hello.
For reservations, log into https://www.lazydogboracay.com/
Boracay Island, Philippines
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Photo by Heidi Ng
Photo by Heidi Ng
Photo by Heidi Ng
March 23, 2023
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