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Exploring Diniwid Beach

This private beach is located just north of the popular White Beach and is the perfect spot for a more secluded Boracay holiday. Its 200-metre long stretch of white sandy beach is on a bay overlooking the Sulu Sea with a beautiful backdrop of cliffs, making it a destination worthy of a postcard. It is a fantastic place for leisure activities, including swimming and snorkelling, as well as for just lazing around and enjoying the tranquil surroundings.

Diniwid Beach is home to a handful of hotels and restaurants, though it is just a short walk over the cliffs to White Beach where a wider variety of options can be found. It is the place to go on the island to get away from the hustle and bustle and liveliness of White Beach, while still being close enough to it that it is accessible to those looking for a break from the tranquillity.

Sights nearby

The rest of the island is easily accessible from Diniwid Beach and its accommodation, which vary from budget guesthouses to high-end resorts.

Bunyagan Beach
This private, secluded beach is dotted with bamboo beach beds, which are the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon picnic. It is a fantastic place to relax and get away from it all and is home to just one very luxurious resort, the Shangri-La's Boracay Resort and Spa. This eco-resort is nestled on a hillside overlooking the beach and the stunning turquoise sea and non-guests can get pampered in its spa or enjoy a tropical cocktail at the beachfront bar.

One of Boracay’s premier dive sites is home to grey reef sharks, groupers, dogtooth tuna and napoleon wrasses, among other stunning marine life. It is Boracay’s most famous dive site and consists of two walls that start at 30 metres deep and drop all the way down to 70 metres. Conditions on the surface at this dive site can sometimes be rough, so only those with an Advanced Open Water certification should attempt diving here. Those less experienced can see sharks and tuna at the nearby Balinghai site, which consists of two walls and has a maximum depth of 18 metres.

View points
Just a short walk north along the beach from Diniwid Beach towards Punta Bunga Beach is the Naked Rock cliff that offers spectacular views across the sea all the way to Mindoro Island. Walk to the south on the footpath that goes over the cliffs towards White Beach for magnificent views of the island as well as the sea.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

The best selection of restaurants, cafés and bars can be found along White Beach and the D’mall area. These are the liveliest areas on Boracay and are where the island’s party scene takes place. Still, it is possible to enjoy a meal on Diniwid Beach at the beachfront restaurant at Astoria Boracay or to relax for a romantic sunset cocktail while at the beachside bar at Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Boracay.

Public transport

Motor-tricycles connect Diniwid Beach with the rest of the island, as they run along the island’s main road. These stop at Diniwid Beach Road, which can be a steep walk down for some. The entire vehicle can be hired to go directly to the beach, but once here the only way to get around is on foot. Walking is also the best way to reach neighbouring beaches, while a motor-tricycle or hired scooter is best for getting around the rest of the island. Sailboats (paraw) and motorised outriggers (banca) can be hired to tour around the island by sea.

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