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North of White Beach | Balabag, Malay, Aklan Province 5608, Philippines
Travel Alert: Boracay island is currently closed to travellers for environmental rehabilitation. Please check with the Philippine Department of Tourism for details on re-opening and for alternative local destinations to visit. http://www.tourism.gov.ph/
“Hidden beauty ”
Excellent beach away from the crowds
Small and secluded few boats parked others prob offer tours...read more
becoming more popular in recent years, there is a secluded area of sand and rocks that makes a nice place for people that dont want white beach. There are a few small places to eat on the beach and of course there is the Spider...More
Grabbed a trike from station 2 for a change of scene and sunset at Diniwid. Really great place full of local children playing on the beach with Westerners chilling on beanbags enjoy San Mig. Wishes we could have stayed longer and had dinner there as...More
Diniwid beach is small stretch of beach at one end of WhiteBeach. With its rocky backdrop and the vantage point has the most beautiful sunset we experienced. Great place for photographers.
Can be accessed on foot via whitebeach or a trike to the beach from...More
I'm glad I stayed at Diniwid (Boracay Beach House) and will stay in Diniwid everytime I go to Boracay even if i'm not at the Boracay Beach House. I've been all over the island on foot, in a tricycle, on a scooter, and on a...More
Boracay can be a little overwhelming with the influx of tourists and "commissioners," who will try to haggle you to purchase excursions but those usually occur in station 2 and 3. Diniwid is located in the northern part of the island in station 1. If...More
We visited Diniwind Beach on the way to Spider House. We were informed that Spider House was closed due to demolition. Not sure if this is related to the crackdown of illegal building practices or something else.
Anyway Diniwind Beach hardly had any beach in...More