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People enjoying a spectacular sunset at Boracay’s White Beach.
Boracay Island’s White Beach is the most famous beach in the Philippines. The premier destination for the ultimate paradise experience, White Beach is about four kilometers long and its coast is dotted with hotels, restaurants, resorts, shops, and other businesses associated with tourism.
White Beach is known worldwide for its long stretch of powdery white sand and pristine water. Almost everyone who travels to Boracay for leisure stay in this area. White Beach is divided into three boat stations – Station 1 where the sand is the finest and where most luxury resorts are located, Station 2 the busiest and most crowded due to concentration of restaurants, resorts, bars and shops, and the more laidback and less crowded Station 3 where cheaper accommodation can be found. Take note that there is no physical barrier of some sort to separate the stations. Anyone can explore any station any time of the day.
This attraction is located on Boracay Island near Kalibo.
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Consuming alcohol is not allowed at this attraction.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit this attraction to avoid crowds is early in the morning usually before 8:00 AM.
This attraction is always open.
No fees required.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks are not allowed at this attraction.
Pets are not allowed at this attraction.
Smoking is not allowed at this attraction.
Please dispose of your trash properly or take it with you. Don’t Trash the Philippines!
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TIPS & HACKS
The following are recommended items for this experience:
Long-Sleeve UV Shirt
The following are some photos of this attraction.
The following is a video of this attraction.
The following are other points of interest nearby:
- Balinghai Beach
- Puka Shell Beach
- Bulabog Beach
- Ilig-Iligan Beach
- Ariel’s Point
READ MORE: Boracay Island Guide
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