12 EPIC BEACHES IN BORACAY

BEACHES IN BORACAY

BEACHES IN BORACAY, Have you gone by other shorelines of Boracay Island aside from the exceptionally well-known white beach?

BEACHES IN BORACAY

Boracay and White Shoreline have continuously been developed traded since the last mentioned has continuously been the island’s ultimate box-office success.  But do you know, or have you ever gone to, the more than 12 other shorelines of Boracay Island? A few of these shorelines show fair as wonderful as White Beach—fine white sand, clear waters and all—while others have seen way better. One thing is for beyond any doubt even though: going to all these shorelines may well be a venture in itself. It’s an awe-inspiring way to go around and experience the neighborhood life.  

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So let’s explore BEACHES IN BORACAY

PUKA SHELL BEACH

Puka Shell Beach is a place where you can still experience the wholesomeness of Boracay Island. It may have some development, but there are still parts that have conserved its untainted tranquility.  Puka Beach is located at the northern end of Boracay. It’s only reachable via a chartered tricycle or tok-tok and it is one of your Island hopping itinerary.

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ILIG ILIGAN BEACH

Ilig-iligan Beach is perhaps the farthest shoreline in Boracay Island, and can only be accessed through motorbike, a short hike, or by chartering a tricycle. The area is underdeveloped less crowded. It is a quaint little beach located on the North-east coast of the island.

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BULABOG BEACH

Bulabog Beach is the kiteboarding and windsurfing capital of Boracay Island. It’s a short walk away from White Beach as well as to the sloping trails of Mt. Luho Road. From November to April, Bulabog Beach is the kiteboarding and windsurfing heart of Boracay and from  May to October, it is the water sports center of Boracay and is located on the east side of the island.

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LAPUS LAPUS BEACH

Lapuz Lapuz Beach is located on the east side of the island. The beach and the water are quite similar to Ilig Iligan beach. It is part of Fairways and Bluewaters Boracay, a huge hotel complex with a golf course and it’s reserved for guests only. If you want to be out of the noise and crowd in the island, this is the place. Great beach but not recommended for swimming for there are a lot of sharp rocks.

DINIWID BEACH

Diniwid Beach is a short extension of White Beach located beyond Station 1. It shares White Beach’s quality of white sand and could be quite secluded from White Beach’s crowd and party scenes. Although Diniwid Beach is one of the more secluded beaches of the island, its simple charm is enough to represent the beauty of the whole island. The beach is the choice of most travelers who want a serene environment and privacy. As the chosen locale of several upscale establishments, Diniwid Beach boasts of a 200-meter long stretch of white sand located on the northwest corner of Boracay Island.  

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BALINGHAI BEACH

Located between Diniwid beach to the South and Punta Bunga beach to the North. The Balinghai beach is the perfect place for a romantic hideaway. It is very secluded and private.  The best way to get to Balinghai beach is by renting a small paraw.

PUNTA BUNGA BEACH

The Punta Bunga Beach is located on the north-western part of Boracay Island, and just to the south of the private Banyugan Beach where you will find the Ultra-luxury Shangri-La Boracay Hotel. Like all of the other private Boracay beaches, Punta Bunga is exclusive to the guest staying at the Movenpick Boracay hotel.

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TAMBISAAN BEACH

Tambisaan Beach, at the southeastern tip of the island, has several coral gardens just off the shore perfect for snorkeling. It also happens to be an alternative port to Cagban, when the weather gets a bit stormy. The beach spans about 500 meters of coarse white sand and marks the jump-off to nearby snorkeling and scuba diving destinations such as those surrounding Crocodile Island and Crystal Cove Island. 

MANOC MANOC BEACH

Manoc Manoc Beach is located on the southern end of Boracay Island and sits between Tambisaan Beach and Cagban Beach. Manoc Manoc Beach holds many attractions that are unique to its location. From its shores, guests will have an amazing view of the Main Caticlan Island where all guests first arrive, along with the complete mountain range in its background. The beach’s location also allows visitors to see the most beautiful sunsets which have made Boracay so favored among many tropical destinations.

TULUBHAN BEACH

Tulubhan Beach is located in the southeast portion of Boracay Island in the Philippines. Here you will find two very high-end hotels, Monaco Suites & Lingganay. Tulubhan is without a beautiful tropical beach and is quite out of the way. Yet it boasts attractions that suit a good number of visitors; a unique location – far from the maddening crowds on White Beach, and some of the best views on Boracay. This tranquil corner of the island is for those seeking a quiet getaway for some serious relaxation, in luxury. Visitors don’t come to Tulubhan for the beach but they come for peace and quiet and great views over the ocean and island.

CAGBAN BEACH

Cagban Beach is the very first beach visitors will see when visiting Boracay Island. Half of the beach is dedicated to Cagban Jetty Port, the main entry and exit point from Caticlan to Boracay. Cagban Beach also has views of Crystal Cove Island and the mainland Panay.

THE ULTIMATE WHITE BEACH

White Beach is the most iconic of Boracay Island.  With its glorious, powdered-sugar sand, White Beach is the center of the action in Boracay and the only sight most visitors ever see. It is the longest and most iconic, and the most commercial strip. Everyone and everything is here, from bars to touts to paraws to bikini-clad, camera-toting tourists.

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