Puka Shell Beach, also known as Yapak Beach, retains its end-of-the-world vibe with its crystal-clear waters and fine white sand. Situated on Boracay Island's north shore, Puka Beach is a popular stop on the island hopping tour for swimming and snorkeling.
Balinghai is a secluded and undeveloped beach with clear blue water and powdery white sand. Located in the bay north of Diniwid, this quiet beach is hidden beneath a cliff and surrounded by lush vegetation. It can be reached by boat or by walking down an unpaved staircase.
Ilig-iligan is a rugged and wild beach with incredibly clear blue water and white sand, although not as powdery as other beaches on Boracay Island. The small rocky islands in the middle of the bay make Ilig-iligan the most picturesque beach in Boracay, with perfect spots for snorkeling.
Crystal Cove is a man-made island filled with beautiful sights and natural wonders. Located off the southwest coast of Boracay, this private island is ideal for snorkeling, caving, and trekking adventures.
Crocodile Island is a small uninhabited island that earned its name from its distinctive shape, which vaguely resembles a crocodile's head. It's believed to be the best scuba diving spot in Boracay Island, with crystal-clear water and a pristine beach composed of a mixture of rough sand, sharp rocks, and shattered corals.
Magic Island is a small island specializing in cliff jumping. Here, you can feel the adrenaline rush as you jump from 3-meter to 10-meter-high diving boards straight into the cool waters below.
Visitors can enjoy lunch at the southeast part of the island, where they can also indulge in a Kawa Bath. A 'kawa' refers to the huge cauldron that serves as a bathtub and is filled with warm water, herbs, and flowers for a truly relaxing experience.