I will not be afraid to call Boracay island “the most touristic destination in the Philippines.”
Ask any Korean (or any tourist visiting the Philippines) if they have been to Boracay and the answer would always be yes. If no, then surely, they have heard about this party beach.
So why did I come here? I wanted to discover something new and different.
Like this secret beach my friend Brian showed me:
This is not Puka Beach. This is not a private beach either. No entrance whatsoever.
How to get there?
No way! I would never share this “secret” beach to anyone lest this cove become a smaller version of Boracay White Beach.
On second thought, I might share the info if you will buy me a RT ticket to Boracay. LOL! I will be glad to be your guide on going there. 🙂 I can also be your travel buddy. Rest assured, when you travel with me you will end up spending less than a packaged tour. Php1000/day is good for two. (Don’t take me seriously okay?)
Experience Boracay, experience it without the tourists, enjoy it without the crowd.
So next time you are in this famed island, don’t limit yourself with White Beach, Helmet-Diving or Henna tattoos. Or you can also check my previous post- Not Your Ordinary Boracay.
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This post is a part of Visayas Trails- a 25-day journey around Western and Central Visayas (October 1-25, 2011). My primary purpose is to learn the dialect, meet locals and rediscover the sites worth visiting for my dream escapade next year.
I visited Iloilo, Antique, Boracay, Bacolod, Cebu, Bohol and Dumaguete spending a total of Php11,096 all-in excluding airfare. Thanks to CouchSurfing and friends who I met along the way, this trip would not be memorable and exciting without you.