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“quiet and peacefull”
Review of Balinghai Beach

Balinghai Beach
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Ranked #20 of 71 things to do in Boracay
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Owner description: A romantic, secluded cove on the northern tip of the island.
Dusseldorf, Germany
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“quiet and peacefull”
Reviewed February 13, 2014

quiet and peacefull, we had good times there. kids can play in the water and at the beach, not to many vendoers disturbing your day.
small little nice bars, who serving you cold drinks, good place to stay

Visited July 2013
Thank kristel k
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“Rude and Arrogant Staff Member!”
Reviewed April 9, 2013

Swam around from Diniwid and had money for coffees.. one staff member accepted our order, and then another said 'there is a 500 peso cover charge!' .. we asked if she wished to accept our order or not.. we only had 200 pesos.. she said 'how did you get here? this is a private beach' .. we pointed out that there is no such thing as a private beach in the Philippines, it is against the law... She said sniffily 'If it is only drinks, I won't report you' (to whom?) .. totally totally unecessary and a way of being superior to the first staff member who apparently had just joined the bar.. When I came to pay, we had been overcharged. I pointed this out. The same rude staff member pointed her nose in the air and returned the bill with the correct amount. No apology. I don't know if training would do the trick with this one, who appears to be the supervisor.. shame, because the beach itself is nice...

Visited March 2013
13 Thank Jaye87
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London, United Kingdom
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437 reviews
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“Secluded coves and nice reef walls”
Reviewed April 2, 2013

Consisting of two small coves with equally small sandy beaches, Balinghai Beach can either be reached by outrigger boats from White Beach or on foot by "trespassing" through the grounds of the Houses (Bat House, Hill House, Rock House, Tree House, etc). It is small and secluded enough to be a secret romantic spot for two unless, of course, during the high season, when a dozen or so tour boats use the beach for their lunch stopovers.

Scuba tip: Named after this beach, the Balinghai Reef is a 200-m long pair of parallel reef walls located between Diniwid and Punta Bunga reefs, about a 10-min boat ride from the beach. For experienced divers, it is a boat entry beginning at 10 meters onto a reef plateau that gently slopes down to a staghorn Acropora garden. At this depth, it is said that a couple of resident turtles patrol the area between Diniwid and Balinghai (although I did not personally see them). Generally in calm waters with a visibility of about 25 metres, the shallow reef wall houses a few lionfish, triggers, some clowns, bannerfish and lots of Lyretail anthias. The deeper wall displays the more pelagic sea life like sharks.

Visited May 2012
1 Thank Eternal_Nomad_12
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Malay, Aklan, Philippines
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“Look For Resident Turtle...”
Reviewed January 23, 2013

Try diving in Balinghai and look for the resident turtle, very friendly. Will swim around you and you can take pictures with it.

Visited January 2013
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Manila, Philippines
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
“Corner of Paradise”
Reviewed January 21, 2013

Balinghai Beach is truly a corner of heaven, secluded and protected by the masses.
The place is located within the premises of a private resort, which is as well trying to take care of the beach, sometimes with deluding results, especially in low season.
Perfect for an afternoon with the family, when you want to escape the crowded Boracay buzz

Visited January 2013
1 Thank Joann G
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