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Ranked #3 of 33 things to do in Boracay
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Owner description: The second largest beach on Boracay, this popular destination is also called Puka Shell Beach after the prevalent white seashells.
Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

Beach is good but it was a wavy afternoon during our visit and its not safe to swim although my youngest son enjoyed jumpin in tje waves

Thank Feena L
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

nice clean beach which is much quieter than White Beach to spend a few hours at away from the masses. We found a lovely local kitchen cafe for lunch with good food at reasonable prices located on the walk into Puma beach. Beer here was 65 pesos which was cheap compared to bar at far end of beach which charged 150 pesos,

Thank BEV K
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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Puka Shell was quite famous for a while. In fact, I already heard about it even before I heard people talking about the White Beach of Boracay Island. Both are located on the same island, but Puka Beach is less frequented, a bit farther from the port area, and has less amenities to offer. But the quality of the sand and of the water is equally great! Compared to the White Beach, this one, relatively speaking, is more pristine and definitely less congested. Be careful though when you swim in this area for it is a bit "cantilada" -- meaning, there is a sudden drop when you start wading through its waters, which can be quite dangerous if you are not a very good swimmer.

Thank CzarEmmanuel
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

The beach is beautiful but it’s spoiled by all the noisy boats bringing in tourists for their island hopping trips. Not built up, there are no facilities here, which is fine if you don’t mind that. Lots of hawkers trying to sell stuff all the time - only trying to make a living- but it’s constant. If you want a quiet beach spot go to station 1 on white beach instead. The boats and their constant beeping will drive you made at Puka beach!

Thank sianprior83
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

It’s a great clean beach to hang out for a few hours , the water is clear and fun to snorkel in. Enjoyed it

Thank arvindnachaya
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