Puka Shell Beach

Malay, Aklan

Puka Shell Beach is located in Barangay Yakap, Malay, Aklan at the northern tip of Boracay Island. It is named Puka Beach because of the Puka shells that are found in the white sand.

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  • Experience Boracay Helmet Diving And Puka Beach

    Experience Boracay Helmet Diving And Puka Beach

    Our second day in Boracay involved helmet diving and a visit to Puka Beach. For a non-swimmer like me, it was a real struggle to see better views of the underwater world by only looking through goggles while wearing a life jacket. No matter how I wanted to do a free dive, I couldn't cos it's not advisable if you don't know how to swim like a pro. So thanks to whoever discovered helmet diving, it helped me experience what was it like down in the sea without worrying about drowning. Yaaaayyy!

    Boracay Helmet Diving

    We ate quick brunch at around 11:00 AM before heading to our first activity ...

  • Puka Beach The Quiet Side Of Boracay

    Puka Beach The Quiet Side Of Boracay

    Boracay is famous for its White Beach, a long stretch of powdery white sands recognized as one of the best beaches in world. Aside from its blinding beauty, White Beach is also synonymous to high end resorts and restos and dusk-till-dawn parties. As such, people hardly go to Boracay to find some peace and quiet. Instead most would troop to this small paradise island in Aklan to party hard and mingle with the crowd.

    Thankfully, for those who want a more serene beach ambiance, a short trip to the northern tip of the island would take you to Puka Beach in Barangay Yapak. Just like White Beach, ...

  • Puka Beach And Boracay Island Paradise How They Are The Same

    This place is truly paradise! Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region of the Philippines.

    Boracay is a tropical island surrounded by stunning white sand beaches and clear blue waters located about an hour's flight from Cebu or Manila just off the larger Philippines island of Panay.

  • The Serene Puka Shell Beach

    The Serene Puka Shell Beach

    For those who would want to see the serene part of Boracay, head on over to Puka Beach.

    Not all those who go to Boracay like the hustle and bustle that the White Beach offers. Some travelers prefer to see the part of Boracay where there are not much commercial establishments, less crowded, and quieter??"just the way islands are supposed to be. Here, we introduce you to Puka Beach, the island paradise.

    Puka Beach is named after Puka shells which you can find scattered along the powdery sands of the beach. This beach, in comparison to White Beach, is less popular as it does not have the bo ...

  • When In Boracay Island

    When In Boracay Island

    Every Filipino should experience Boracay vacation once in their lifetime. Even though this place is crowded I still love going back to my happy beach, it was my fifth time last summer of 2016. It's a perfect destination if you love swimming, food, shop and to party. Everything is here.

    How to get here:

    Book a flight to either Kalibo or Caticlan via Cebu Pacific, Airasia or Skyjet. To get the cheapest airfare, wait for seat sale or book months before your planned trip.

    Via Kalibo ??" 45 minutes to one hour flying time plus 2 hours land trip to Caticlan, you can take the bus or van, fa ...

  • Boracay Island a First Timers Guide To 3 Days And 2 Nights In Paradise

    Boracay Island a First Timers Guide To 3 Days And 2 Nights In Paradise

    Boracay is a small island located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Named as Best Overall Island in 2012 by Travel+Leisure Magazine, Boracay has become the ultimate beach destination in the country.

    The fine white sand, the crystal blue waters and the nightlife are few of the things I've always wanted to experience whenever Boracay comes to mind. Saving up for this trip, I got the chance to visit the glorious coast of this known island finally. Although many say that Boracay is slowly losing ...