Due to bad reputation Boracay is less crowded than before for kiters. it doesnt happen anymore that you have 200 people in the bay even in peak season. The wind is still awesome and reliable and for kiting- apart from the poluted water, its good. The water is poluted and government is working on it, but still it is brownish, if you go next bay behind the rock - there are a second and third bay, there the water is a bit better.
But you have to like crowded islands if u go to Boracay with many chinese and korean guests, development went fast- so the island is full of construction and white beach (the opposite side of the Kitebeach) is full with people .
Its the right place if you travel with nonkiters- as the infrastructure allows all activities you can imagine: massage, golf, sailing, diving, freediving, snorkeling, spa, cliffjuming, horsebackriding, go kart, zipline, zorb , paintpall etc. Its the right place if you like partylife and a choice of restaurants.Very nice to do from Boracay as a kitesafari is Seco island a 3 day trip to a Robinsonisland where you kite, kite, kite, sleep on the beach and cook on the campfire- its a small sandbank in the middle of the southchinese sea with flat water and a protecting reef around the island. those trips can be booked with www.borakite.net
If you dont mind all those things but rather have a choice of kitespots and infrastructure like water, electricity and internet and white sand beaches and nature around with mountains to bike or motorbike and rivers to standup paddle and if you dont mind not to have the partylife of Boracay and the coffeeshops and Malls- there is a new spot 3 hours north to reach from Caticlan/boracay by Fastferry and called Bulalacao. Its remote but 5 knots more wind than Boracay and its a nice combination if you want to have a bit of everything to split your holiday and do few days on Boracay and few days in Mindoro. The website will go online within the next week, as there is a new kitecenter with resort under construction: www.kitesurfmindoro.com