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    Boracay: Diniwid Beach Resorts are Postcard-Perfect!

    Hidden from Boracay's main White Beach by a cliff, Diniwid Beach is a secluded beach strip that offers more privacy to visitors unlike the crowded White Beach. It's a favorite destination of Europeans if they're not into the windy feel of Bulabog Beach and looking for a homey vacation place.

    The most prominent landmark of the beach is the exclusive Nami Private Villas with majestic view of the place and the sea that you also see in postcards.

    nami private villas diniwid beachpicture of Diniwid Beach with Nami Private Villas in the background

    boracay bikini babesit's on this beach where Caucasian tourists stay. at times, you won't feel you're in the Philippines with sexy bikini babes frolicking or just walking on the beach

    boracay diniwid beach

    Less commercialized and not crowded, the beach has its share of commercialism, though a simple ambulant vendor of ice cream walking on te fine beach sands of Diniwid Beach

    boracay paraw sailing

    This is the recommended beach on Boracay Island that's away from the crowd, yet so near the commercialized place.


    List of Resorts on Diniwid Beach, Boracay Island:

    Nami Private Villas
    Microtel Inn & Suites
    Mika's Place
    Diniwid Beach Resort

    How to get there:

    Diniwid Beach can be reached by walking beyond the bend from Boracay's famous White Beach Station 1. From the jetty port, you may hire a tricycle to take you to the place.

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    posted by GingGoy @ 10:27 PM,


    At Jun 10, 2008, 10:10:00 AM, Blogger atto aryo said...

    wow! beautiful philippines indeed!

    At Jun 10, 2008, 12:24:00 PM, Blogger Kyels said...

    I totally dig this beach! I've never been there before pero through this post; I can feel how tranquil it is already!


    At Jun 10, 2008, 1:19:00 PM, Blogger escape said...

    If i'll visit Boracay, you'll definitely find me here. i like semi-private places like these.

    I'll take note of Diniwid. Is this the one near station 3 or station 1?

    At Jun 10, 2008, 9:28:00 PM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    r-yo, indeed it is

    kyels, nice and not crowded. quite pricey though

    the dong, walkign distance from station 1, just behind the cliff

    At Jun 11, 2008, 11:06:00 AM, Blogger escape said...

    thanks! that'll surely be a good place for me.

    At Jun 11, 2008, 6:31:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It looks divine of course, maybe we could do a day trip there if we come to Boracay :-)

    The pricey mention is not exactly what we're looking for, since we wanna stay as long as possible if we go to the Philippines. After all, if we're going so far away, we wanna stay for a while and not fly home again too soon.

    We're really consider going there, but it won't be until the beginning of 2008 as earliest.

    At Jun 12, 2008, 11:58:00 AM, Blogger Eric said...

    I never been to this so called Paradise..maybe this year with my friends...
    Thank you so much for dropping by and posting your comment in my blog...I should have known that you aren't just a simple nor ordinary blogger but a prof..till I read Manila Bulletin about your bloggings...
    thank you Sir.....pls do include Siquijor and Olongapo in your lists of itinerary...just let me know.

    At Jun 12, 2008, 7:37:00 PM, Blogger  gmirage said...

    Now that you showed this here, the place would soon be crowded...=D

    Great beach images, I envy you...

    At Jun 12, 2008, 8:36:00 PM, Blogger tin-tin said...

    haven't stayed there yet. next time..

    At Jun 12, 2008, 9:39:00 PM, Blogger GingGoy said...

    lifecruiser,the beach is reachable from boracay'smain white beach.

    eric, i've been to siquijor already but wasn't able to explore the place fully due to limited time

    mirage2g,'ll get there someday

    tin-tin,punta ka dun lakad lang from station 1 lampas ng bundok sa dulo

    At Jun 12, 2008, 10:49:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    WOW. diniwid.. ill remember that!

    At Jun 13, 2008, 5:08:00 AM, Blogger pieterbie said...

    You wouldn't find me there if it doesn't look like the philippines.
    I can see caucasian bikini babes here on my own beach :-)

    At Jun 16, 2008, 7:06:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    oooh! looks good. I've read Nami offers the best massage in the Island. Too bad they didn't have enough masseurs to accommodate us when we inquired.

    so it's best to call in advance
    (6336)2886753 to 54

    At Jul 20, 2010, 4:50:00 PM, Anonymous Boracay Hotels said...

    What a lovely photos. I like that boat with yellow cab flag. loved it. Thanks for this articles, it's so useful. Thanks

    Tanya Gemarin

    At Nov 12, 2010, 4:34:00 PM, Anonymous Bohol Hotels said...


    Hi tanya,

    me too i want to ride this boat with you. ahihi

    -Yuri Ichiro

    At Jun 9, 2013, 6:15:00 PM, Anonymous Quad biking in dubai said...

    Very nice pictures. Thank you for sharing.


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