Hidden Beaches of Boracay Island
(Boracay Island, Philippines) Those who want to get away from the tourist crowds at White Beach and see what tropical paradise really means. These are my favorite secret spots on Boracay Island. Don’t tell!
(Treasure Chest Beach) is a calm and peaceful place where the water meets fantastic limestone caves. There are more than a few stories of pirates, Spanish gold, and treasure being hidden here, so don’t be surprised if you run into some local kids digging in the sand. They’re not looking for clams; they’re looking for treasure! LOL
Puka Shell Beach
Puka is the Hawaiian word for a hole, and the small shells with holes in them that are used to create the famous puka shell necklaces can be found in plenty here. The locals make beautiful jewelry from them. You can take a banka boat from White Beach to get here or come overland. It is the second-longest beach on the island, and while it’s not a secret, it is certainly less crowded and touristy than White Beach.
In my opinion, Balinghai Beach is the most romantic spot on the island. This rock-covered beach provides hundreds of hidden spots to sit and watch the sun as it sinks below the water. There is something divinely wonderful about how the sounds of the water echo from the rocks here. This is a great place to rent a bungalow or nipa hut and enjoy some serious paradise time with your special someone.
Finally, here is something you may not expect. Just a short walk from White Beach, you will find Diniwid Beach. This is a calmer, smaller, and less exhausting resort area. There are places for the public to enjoy and private resort facilities, including places to have delicious local and international cuisine, ice-cold drinks, never-ending fun. The view from the nearby cliffs is priceless.
Boracay is far from ruined. Even White Beach is still fantastic, and if you are willing to step off the tourist paths, there are no other things to tell what you will find here except that it is beautiful. Click here >> to Find Hostels in Boracay!