Bamboo Bungalow Rest Houses

Address: Boracay, Visayas, 5608, Philippines | Resort
 
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This resort, located in Boracay, is near Yapak Beach (Puka Shell Beach), Diniwid Beach, Calypso Diving School, and Balinghai Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Boracay

      Pushing the boundaries in Boracay, The Philippines

      A travel blog entry by joy.medos on Oct 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... really worth it, once you are down there, it's just feels great and you are free! I even learned how to adjust my buoyancy, so am now able to float like a mermaid :) And tomorrow, a plane wreck dive is on the list and then I will get certified!!! Yeahhhhhh :) A big thanks to Max, my dive instructor and Audi for being my buddy! You guys ...

      Thrill seeker

      A travel blog entry by annavan on Apr 30, 2014

      ... Brain overload. I felt so full of adrenaline after that jump that I just kept going until we were whistled to stop for the buffet BBQ lunch. Lunch was a ginormous sizzling feast of fresh fish, chicken, burgers, rice, noodles, vegetables and fruit. It was all you could eat so everyone piled their plates sky high to get their money's worth of food. It was surprisingly really tasty, the pineapple had to be the best I've ever had. Feeling properly re fuelled and ...

      Island of Boracay: Relish the Heat

      A travel blog entry by danielleyu on Mar 29, 2014

      8 photos

      ... bananas and are exported throughout the world.

      Handicrafts: What to take home?

      Shopping in Boracay is limited mainly to local handicrafts and essential items, and visitors would not have opportunities of buying much in the way of popular branded goods, electronics or designer products. The local handmade goods are well worth checking out, and yet there are a number of good places to find them.
      The Plazoleta ...

      Gorgeous but very, very busy.

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Feb 20, 2014

      32 photos

      ... three other backpackers staying in the 8-bed dorm. There are plenty of rooms/cottages on-site and most guests are obviously staying in those. Boracay itself is 7km long and 1km wide in the centre and as well as White Beach there are numerous other more secluded bays and beaches dotted around the island. On my 2nd day here i strolled across to Bulabog Beach on the opposite side of the island where there was an international 5 day ...

      Perfect beach paradise...

      A travel blog entry by adandgen on Jan 17, 2014

      26 photos

      ...and no Scandinavians. Woohoo. Just Koreans. Marginally better. It's strange - I don't think there were any fewer people around on Boracay than we experienced in Krabi, but the atmosphere was a whole lot better. Or maybe it is just the lack of the aforementioned Northern Europeans. There also seem to be quite a lot of Filipino tourists, which makes for a better vibe. We were also staying on one of the quieter parts of the beach which probably ...