things to do and places to visit in boracay

Puka Beach

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Located on the northern part of Boracay Island. Within easy reach from Boat Station 1,2, and 3. Just a 15 minute drive by tricycle.“Puka Shell Beach” has become more widely used to refer to the beach because of the abundance of crushed “Puka” shells mixed in within the white sand. Puka Beach Boracay is different from other beaches on Boracay. A true example of a tropical paradise with white sand, blue water and fairly unoccupied or the proverbial deserted island. There is a small restaurant on the beach and many small souvenir stalls lining the approach to the beach entrance.


Ilig Iligan Beach

Situated on the north east coast of Boracay. About a 20 minute tricycle ride from boat stations 1,2 and 3. Beautiful view. small, quiet and private. food and drinks are expensive, so good idea to bring a picnic. Good for an afternoon  visit and you you can hire a boat to do island hopping, Sea tends to generally very clam and be warned the sun is much hotter on this side of Boracay.

Din-I-Wid Beach


Only 10 minutes from Boat Stations 1,2 and ,3. Private secluded beautiful beach. Rocks and cliffs jut out towards the see and can be a perfect spot for glamour and boudoir photography. It is also a good spot for snorkeling

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Island Hopping - Crystal Cove


Boat Trip to Caraboa Island 

Carabao Island. A true paradise approx. 35 minutes by boat which you can hire.from Boracay. Ideal half day trip for those who want to get away from crowded beaches, traffic and noise, on Carabao Island you will find true peace of mind. You can explore its wild nature by hiking or bicycle, go scubadiving, snorkeling, or just relax on the beach. 

There will be many vendors offering private boats for hire to do "Island Hopping". You can choose where you want to go and negotiate a price. Popular places to visit are Crystal Cove which now has a restaurant or you can bring your own picnicdftis