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Windsurfing off Bulabug Beach

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Boracay is an ideal spot for beginners because the first 600 metres out from the beach is only one and a half metres deep and is protected by a coral reef which creates flat water conditions. The windiest months are January and February when the northeast monsoon season winds are strongest. There are also several good schools scattered around the region.

Written by  JP Condella.

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