Boracay Beaches

Boracay Beaches
White Beach Boracay
Boracay's biggest attraction is probably 4 km (2.5 miles) long White Beach located on the western side of the island. Fine white sand and turquoise water makes this unique place to a feast for the eyes. The gently sloping seabed is being ideal for swimming and snorkeling. On the beach is numerous service providers that offer a big selection of water sport activities. A promenade with sandy subsoil runs parallel to White Beach. Plenty of restaurants, bars, clothing shops, massage studios, hotels and guest houses line the promenade. WIFI, internet access is available all over White Beach.


Diniwid Beach
Diniwid Beach is in the northwest of Boracay Island between White Beach and Balinghai. Diniwid´s fine white sandy beach has a length of about 200 meters. The turquoise shimmering water is being well suited for swimming and snorkeling. Accommodation facilities are provided in form of small hotels, guest houses, bungalows and cottages. Diniwid beach can be reached by boat from White Beach, or by tricycles following the main road in northerly direction.


Balinghai Beach
Balinghai Beach measures about 100 meters in the northwest of Boracay Island. This beach is a wonderful and exclusive place to relax in the immediate vicinity to the Philippine sea - away from tourist events. A small beach bar, which belongs with Balinghai Beach Resort, offers beverages, snacks and meals. Balinghai Bay is difficult to find, because only a small side path leads to the beach. It is best to ask local people for the exact direction. A further option to reach Balinghai is by boat coming from White Beach or Puka Beach.


Puka Shell Beach
Puka Beach is located at the northern end of Boracay. This beautiful beach reflects the most spectacular colors nature can produce. At the main path to Puka Beach some refreshment and souvenir shops are taking place. Apart from that, Puka Beach has got a settled and distinctive character.


Bulabog Beach
Bulabog Beach, in the east of Boracay Island, is a top address for kite surfing and windsurfing enthusiasts in Asia. Bulabog Beach is a shallow water lagoon that is protected by an outer reef. The period between November and April offer good weather conditions with steady winds for beginners and advanced surfers. The best and most consistent wind blows from December to February. From Bulabog Beach to Boracay White Beach it takes a 20 minutes walk.


Tambisaan Beach
Tambisaan Beach is a small stretch of beach in the southeast of Boracay Island. It has an original character nearby a small village with some local shops. Tourism has not developed as much as along the west coast. Tambissan beach is directly across Crocodile Island, which is one of the most popular diving spots around Boracay. Tambisaan has coarse sand in the south and in northerly direction sand is getting fine. It is an ideal place to snorkel between multi-colored fish and to admire some corals. Due to the strong current, snorkeling-fins are an advantage. Furthermore, Tambisaan is seasonally point of approach of ferry boats from Caticlan.


Boracay White Beach
Boracay White Beach

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  4. AnonymousMay 25, 2012

    san ang may pinakamagandNG LUGAR SA BORA?

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  5. hi..do you know how much is the airport-hotel pland transfer package of oyster ferry..thanks

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  6. how much is the tricycle transfer from catigban port to two seasons hotel. group of 6

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  7. Between 50 and 100 Peso.

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  8. hello how much is the jetty from caticlan to sands hotel for two person? thanks

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    1. the boat transfer from caticlan to boracay is 25php

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  9. AnonymousMay 30, 2013

    Hi, I'm planning for a trip with my family..including my 2 year old son.. safe?

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    1. From my point of view Boracay is a safe place for vacation. There are many family's with their kids. Happy trip!

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  10. I bought a 10pm to 11pm flight from MNL to KLB on december 27. Are there still vans and ferry at that time? What should i do if they have no scheduled trips on our arrival at kalibo?

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  11. I will go for Bulabog beach and that is the best place to do kitesurfing.

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  12. AnonymousMay 04, 2014

    can we go to Baling Hai beach even if we're not availing their accommodation?

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    1. AnonymousMay 04, 2014

      Yes you can. But it costs 500 PHP per person.

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  13. AnonymousMay 07, 2014

    Thank you!

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  14. AnonymousJune 23, 2014

    I really enjoyed Puka Shell Beach. We got fleeced on the tricycle ride cost to get there, but it ended up being worth it. The water got deep really quickly. I walked in maybe 10 steps and it was up to my chest.

    I like how it is less busy and less commercial.

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  15. AnonymousJune 30, 2014

    Hi , im going there on this december , how about the weather ?

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  16. Hi, we will be staying at Cohiba Villas Hotel, Bulabog Beach. Is it near to the white beach? Can we walk there?Thanks!

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  17. Hi. We will stay at cohiba villas, bulabog beach. can we just walk to the white beach?

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  18. hello, i am planning to visit boracay end of april but ive been reading a lot about the algae bloom. we will be staying at station 1 and we are worried that the algae will ruin our stay since we chose this destination for its turquoise water. how is the algae state in station 1 this time of the year?

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  19. AnonymousMay 08, 2016

    Hi me and my family are planning to visit White Beach in middle of June this year. Wanted to ask if the sea is too rough or choppy to swim during this time?

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