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“Super clear water”

Ranked #4 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 15 October 2018

You could see right to the bottom, loved it. There was a nice little restaurant that we got to eat in very cool. I wouldn't want to spend much more than an hour, as there's not a lot to do.

Thank Colton j
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Reviewed 8 October 2018

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 our hotel.
We were here just before the island closure, so perhaps now is a good time to review!
Located at the top of Boracay, the beach is dominated by quite a few island hopping tours, but not so it's swarmed with people. In fact there's ample space of privacy whether on the stunning white sand or serene water. Typical vendors are also present selling tours, drinks, and massages, but not in your face just trying to make a living without offending. A little bit of nature mess such as seaweed, twigs, and leaves but no actual rubbish to be seen. Seems to be wherever you are on this gorgeous island, the sand and water creates a strong bond with just about everyone...

Thank Daniel D
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Reviewed 4 September 2018

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 a sit. It will be very hot there so I would suggest to bring sunscreen and get hydrated with the cold drinks sold by the locals. You can just spend the hour by simply sitting and watching the horizon because the clouds look very close to the sea and this makes an amazing photo setting for nature lovers. Will definitely return and spend more time.

Thank Shamz18
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Reviewed 31 July 2018

clear clean waters. Natures' sat its best. Wish I could have spent more time here. Would definitely return.

Thank momSydney
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Reviewed 18 July 2018

Beautiful Beaches............... friendly staff and very quiet. Highly recommended for your next trip to the Philippines if your looking for a paradise

Thank widget52c
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