Beaches of Boracay
White Beach - is one of the most famous part of Boracay because of its 100 meters wide and 4 kilometer stretch of the finest and most pristine white sand. It is located within the boundaries of Manoc-Manoc. Puka Beach - a quiet stretch of white sand along the northern tip of the island. White beach or boracay beach is the main beach with the most attractions. This is where most of the 300 plus resorts are located on the island. This area is also where most of the night life exist.
Puka Beach is an image of what most people expect on a tropical island: white sand, azure water, and relatively empty.
Diniwid Beach - this peaceful beach is only 200 meters long and is a 10 mins walk from the north end of White Beach along the Fairways and Blue Water road. There is a path carved out of the mountain wall along the sea so it is easily accessible and quite a scenic walk. Boracay Resorts on the beach are names such as Artista Boracay Resort, Nami Boracay resort and Microtel Boracay Hotel.
Puka Shell Beach - The second longest in the island, covers half of the northern tip of the island. Puka beach is named after the Puka shell, regarded by experts as the finest in the world. Great beach to collect shells and buy special shells from locals standing by the beach.
Balinghai Beach - enclosed by craggy walls of rock, is a romantic hideaway for those who prefer quiet place and solitude. Great Hideaway for lovers!
Cagban Beach - is a good place also for treasure hunting: Cagban means 'cave' or 'chest' and it’s said that several treasure chests are still lying buried in the sand or in surrounding caves. This Boracay Beach also offers quietness and relaxation, away from the bustling action on the White Beach.
Bulabog Beach - this beach comes alive during the early months of each year when windsurfers skim through its waters. It is also known as the windsurfer's paradise. This beach is also known by many as "Sport Beach"
Punta Bunga Beach - is just a short distance north of Balinghai Boracay Beach. Many attractive shells may be seen when walking along Punta Bunga Boracay Beach.
Banyugan Beach - a very short uphill climb north of Punta Bunga is Banyugan Beach, another secluded strip of white sand. Beyond it stand widely-spaced coconut trees and flatland, ideal for picnics.
Ilig-Iligan Beach - is on the east coast of Boracay Island and offers several coves and caves.
Manoc Manoc Beach - is on the southern-end of Boracay Island and is often busy with a steady stream of boats from Caticlan unloading needed supplies for Boracay Hotels, Resorts, and other businesses.
Tulubhan Beach - is a small and quite beach with many coves located further South of Bulabog Beach. Tambisaan Beach - is a short walk away a rocky point. A small friendly village is nearby, where the atmosphere is sleepy until the southwest monsoon begins