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We were staying at the Fairway & Bluewater resort, and arranged with a tricycle guy to take us Mt Luho and then Puka beach for the day. Altogether 500 php for both of us, and the beach itself only being a 25 minute ride from...More
We stopped by this beach during our Island Hopping session and were given about 1 hour to hang around. The beach was simply beautiful and felt peaceful despite the crowd. Lounge/beach chairs are set up across the shops and we need to pay to have...More
If you want a relaxing getaway from the crowded White Beach area of Boracay, this is the most perfect spot.
The beach is white, long and has its own beauty, since it is surrounded by green palms and no buildings. The blue-turquoise seawater is...More
Clean beach as in with crystal clear water but beware if you have children with you. There is a sudden depth in the water. There are parts that only 3 meters away from the shore the water is already neck-deep. It is dangerous.
The Philippines are beautiful. We spent a lovely day at Yapak Beach. The beach was lovely and it was a perfect. There were many locals selling crayfish on large straw platters. The beer was very cheap. We enjoyed the beach and the people watching. We...More
I came here as part of a boat tours of Borracay. I really enjoyed this beach. It was more pristine , the water was so clear and less touristy
I enjoyed this beach more than when I was at Borracay white beach. I was here...More
We always used the toc tocs (motorcycles attached to kind of cabin). Some can take about 7! I would arrange to have one pick you up late into the night. There are almost no other public transport possibilities but the hotel... More
We always used the toc tocs (motorcycles attached to kind of cabin). Some can take about 7! I would arrange to have one pick you up late into the night. There are almost no other public transport possibilities but the hotel could also send you one of these. Enjoy the island and I hope the pollution problem has been resolved. I think it would be safe and distances are really short .
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The only way that I know of is by getting into a bangka boat. You can either charter the whole boat or just pay for per person charge . You will have to wait for some time though if u share with others. Lots of... More
The only way that I know of is by getting into a bangka boat. You can either charter the whole boat or just pay for per person charge . You will have to wait for some time though if u share with others. Lots of guys will approach you at the beach for this island hopping adventure, so just get the cheapest you can find :) (cheapest i found out was 400 peso per person - 4 islands & lunch)