Puka Shell Beach
Recommandé par 21 habitants
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普卡海滩 - Located in Baranggay Yakap at northern tip of the island, she is filled with the Puka shells in the white sand.
The only beach that is left untouched but will soon be a place for buildings. This place is a bit far from the main attraction of Boracay but it has the clean beach view.
Beautiful beach with a nice backdrop of giant rocks and forest, home to the flying fox bats. Cost of drinks and food are getting a bit pricey up there, so I recommend to buy some goodies before you go, but a nice cold shake on the beach can also do you good!
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