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“Expensive food and drinks”

Ranked #3 of 33 things to do in Boracay
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Owner description: The second largest beach on Boracay, this popular destination is also called Puka Shell Beach after the prevalent white seashells.
Reviewed July 8, 2017 via mobile

I don't recommend going to this beach. It is secluded area. You still have to hire tricycle or boat to reach this place.

They sell overly expensive food. They sell buko juice for 300 pesos even coconut trees are just around the place. One glass of drink costs minimum of 250 pesos.

White beach is still better in terms of quality. Forget going to this place.

Thank Renz jay D
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Reviewed July 6, 2017

This piece of heaven worth to visit. Its peaceful and relaxing than the station 2 beach. But the mini stores to buy drinks and foods are to laugh because its very expensive. Bring your own foods instead!

2  Thank Joe L
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Reviewed July 4, 2017 via mobile

We went with a boat tour so couldn't stay as long as we would've liked to...it's gorgeous! You can easily spend a half day there...no buildings or major facilities there but you can go early, swim, swim, swim in the crystal clear waters & then have lunch & leave! Or if you're willing to explore the toilet facilities, you can stay longer! We didn't dare though but honestly, it shouldn't be a problem especially, if you plan ahead of time...The only thing that's preventing me from giving 5 stars is the haggling by some of the sellers but it's not half as bad as Boracay itself so that's good...all in all...worth the trip!

Thank Yasoda D
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Reviewed July 4, 2017

There are a lot of cheap souvenir shops in the beach. I love to go back there someday. Puka Beach is one of a kind beach experiene.ce

Thank anntech01
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Reviewed July 3, 2017 via mobile

Definitely a great beach to stay for a day. At the end of the beach basically not many people, unless the Island Hopping boats embark. The sand is full of shells so not the same feeling as on the white beach. A tuk tuk ride back to D-Mall is 150 pesos. There are bars and chair services .. filled with chinese tourists !

Thank TravelLovo
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