It looks like Boracay, but it's not crowded. This was taken at Carabao Island, which is less crowded than Boracay.
Carabao Island was named for its resemblance to a water buffalo. It is near Romblon province, which may seem out of the way. But it is only 40 minutes away by boat from Caticlan and Boracay. Carabao Island is known to many as Hambil Island or San Jose, Romblon.
For safety during sea travel, the best time to go to Carabao Island from Boracay during summer is from November to May of the succeeding year. During habagat, one can experience strong waves due to changing weather and rain.
However, this white sand beach in the Philippines
is an island that is just bigger than Boracay. It is the same, though, that it boasts of its pristine white sand beaches. It also has several resorts for overnight stays. It also boasts of its Palm Tree Beach, once a tourist attraction in Boracay.
The local government is lobbying to have an airport soon to cater to tourists in all weathers, as the only way to go to the island right now is by boat.
Among the things you can enjoy while on Carabao island besides swimming and frolicking in the white sand include watching the sunset, visiting the Cathedral, and the Koding Koding Cliff Jump. You can also attend the Kaniyaw Festival every September.
Some tourists have considered Carabao Island an untouched paradise beside Boracay, and the beach is ‘scattered with incredible shells!”
For at least five decades or around 50 years, Boracay Island has been famous globally for its pristine white beaches. Not only does Boracay have this main feature, but you can also find one in its nearby towns that you and your beau can enjoy!
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