Buktot Beach is located in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro. The name "Buktot" came from a native dialect term which means "hunchback". The place, they say is shaped like a hunch. At the back part of the beach still lay a large chunks of stone and green leafy trees.
Buktot Beach News
If one would think of a beach in Mindoro, Puerto Galera might be the first in mind. But aside from the famous white beaches of Puerto Galera, there are also a lot of fine beaches that can be found in Oriental Mindoro. One of them is in the town of Mansalay in the southern part of Mindoro, the beach named Buktot.
While having a week-long vacation in Mindoro, we invited our relatives for a "beach outing" even just for a day. So we all head on to Buktot beach.
I've never heard of this beach before but my relatives said it is well known in our hometown and the other towns of southern Orienta ...
Solitude is a wonderful kind of freedom. It feels like that Bible passage "the time is coming when you will be scattered, each to his own home, and will leave me alone. Yet I am not alone". And it could be found just an island away from Manila.
Being a frequent Ro-ro traveler during my younger years, I became quite familiar about the surroundings of Southern Mindoro. I've heard a lot from the locals about Buktot Beach but it was only lately that I was able to set foot on Mansalay's hidden gem.
Buktot is a Bisaya word for hunchback. Locals said that the beach was named Buktot mainly becau ...
White Beach in Buktot, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro. The only white beach I've visited so far, is the one in Puerto Galera. So, we've made plans to visit the place and one of the many hidden beauties of Oriental Mindoro.
Buktot Beach is ideal for family and group outings, with only the sun and sand do the works and wonders. Open cottages, benches and bamboo tables are available for the picnickers.
You will most likely see the best beach look and enjoy your trip the most during a good sunny weather.
Buktot Beach is ideal for family and group outings, with only the sun and sand do the wor ...
Are you a beach type of person? So I guess, you've been to Boracay or Puerto Galera or Palawan to take a dip in their blue waters or stroll down their finest and white sands.
I seldom go for a beach walk but when I heard about the virgin White Beach in Buktot, Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro, I've become super excited. The only white beach I've visited so far, is the one in Puerto Galera. So, we've made plans to visit the place and last August 2011 we finally set foot on one of the many hidden beauties of Oriental Mindoro.
The name "Buktot" came from a native dialect term which means "hunch ...