Best Boracay Alternative Beaches

It has been a long time since I posted on this blog! and now I am back bringing nature back to you. So here we go with our latest post for this summer.

If the sun is hot, we all want to go to the beach. And if you have the right budget, most people go to boracay Island. But if you are like me, sometimes I prefer the less crowded places. In peak seasons like this boracay is very crowded, so some of us likes to look for Boracay alternative beaches which has is not too crowded, and you can have your own privacy.

So, Here we go, I got some Boracay Alternative Beaches.

1. Gumasa Beach, Glan, Saranggani Province

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Saranggani Province is not only known to be the province of world famous boxing Champ Manny Pacquiao, it it also a home of beautiful beaches. And Gumasa beach is one of them. It is located in Glan, Saranggani and can be reachable in just one hour travel from General Santos. Its beautiful white sand will let you think you are in Boracay.

2. Cuyo Island, Palawan

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If you don't like crowded beaches, then try Cuyo Island in Palawan. This tourist spot is great for relaxing and water sports. Go to Capusan beach in Cuyo, and you can experience wind surfing.

3. El Nido, Palawan 

Best Boracay Alternative Beaches

The first word I could describe El Nido in Palawan is "Paraiso"!. It is a place where you can relax, scuba dive or do anything to have a relaxing vacation. If you have been to Phuket, Thailand this beach is almost the same yet cheaper and has less people.

4. Malapascua, Cebu

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Located in the North of Cebu in the Philippines, Malapascua Island is surrounded with crystalline waters and spectacular coral reefs. The pristine white sand beaches are just sumptuous; a community of traditional fishermen lives in this small paradise.

Malapascua offers to the travelers an ideal journey of relaxation, idleness and rich submarine discoveries including the rare thresher shark.

5. Coron, Palawan

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There are many beautiful bleach white sand beaches in Coron, mostly tiny and surrounded by large limestone cliffs and wildlife. Barracuda and Kayangan lakes are both stunning locations, and good for snorkeling, and the island is the ancestral domain of an indigenous tribe who are managing the island in a sustainable way and keeping outsiders at a distance and offshore at night.

6. Honda Bay, Palawan

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Among the underrated islands in the country is Palawan. Honda Bay is in the capital Puerto Princesa. Just 30 minutes from the small town centre, the bay is a revelation. One day is not enough to go around the islets like Cowrie Island, Bat Island and Starfish Island.

Here, you will find yourself alone in the island while enjoying the company of fishes in nearby coral reefs. There is also the more upscale Dos Palmas Resort that has its own well-maintained coral reefs, beach and mangrove areas. You can opt for a day tour if the resort’s package rate is way beyond your budget.

7. Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

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Pagudpud is a municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte, Philippines approximately 560 km and 10-12 hours by road from Manila

Saud white beach in Pagudpud is very popular not only in the country but also to the other parts of the world. It is a favorite place for movie producers, foreign and local correspondents, foreign travel writers to shoot their films because of its breathtaking views and unique atmosphere. It is even featured in the Internet that makes it very popular, a world–class destination. The beach is along stretch sand framing the heart shaped calm emerald water of the Saud Bay.

8. San Vicente, Palawan

Best Boracay Alternative Beaches

San Vicente is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 30,919 people. San Vicente's 14 kilometers of beachfront is being converted into an emerging tourist destination that will be the beneficiary of government spending on infrastructure.

San Vicente is just like any other municipalities in the Philippines in its profile, but it is a standout with the resource it posses - its Beach. San Vicente has one of the longest beach in the Country., the beach shoreline in Barangay New Agutaya stretches up to 14 -kilometer. It is frequented by tourist of different nationalities, thus boosting also the local economy of San Vicente through tourism. Port Barton it its town proper is declared as a tourist zone.

The 8 beaches on the list is just 1% of the beautiful beaches here in the Philippines. I know you have your own Boracay beach alternative. But wherever we are, what beach we go to, having fun is still the most important thing.

Cheers! hows your summer?

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2 comments

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April 13, 2013 at 2:44 AM
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Thanks for your grateful informations, am working in Tourism portal, so it will be helpful info for my works.

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April 15, 2013 at 10:17 AM
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You are welcome

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