Finest Beaches in Boracay You Have To Visit
Even though it is quite a small place, Boracay has a total of 17 beaches. The most popular of them could not be more different from each other – some are busy, some are peaceful, some are small, while others are over 1 km in length. If you’re looking to get a lovely tan during your holiday, check out our list of the most popular Boracay beaches.
Puka Shell Beach
Puka Shell is the northernmost beach on Boracay Island. It’s bordered by hills covered with thick jungle that offer cool shade at the hottest time of the day. The main asset of Puka Shell is its serenity and lack of crowds, especially during the morning and late afternoon. The main activities available here are kayaking, paddleboarding, swimming, playing beach volley and enjoying a beach massage.
White Beach is arguably one of the most popular strips of sand on Boracay Island. With a length of about 4 km, it occupies half of the island’s west coast and offers stunning sunset views. The beach is divided into 3 subareas or stations, each of them with its own specific atmosphere.
The popularity of Tambisaan Beach comes from the fact it’s one of the best beaches in Boracay for snorkeling. The marine life here is second to none and features plenty of coral species as well as many types of fish and crustacean, all starting about 30 meters from the shore.
The beach itself is a small paradise shaded by tropical trees and dotted with big stones. If you’re looking for a tranquil spot far from the hustle and bustle of White Beach, Balinghai is one of the best in Boracay.
Diniwid is a compact beach that offers a pleasant and tranquil atmosphere compared to its busier neighbour. There’s a handful of facilities there, including a few hotels on the beachfront, villas on the hills and some good restaurants where you can have a drink and meal.