First went here when I was a child and it was truly a secluded paradise back then. Now, it's still a nice beach but not as good as before.
This is the little beach that has it all. Many visitors when they walk around the corner from White Beach say why didn't we find this earlier and some actually forgo their White Beach accomodation and move around. It is quiet and relaxing and the beach and water that are bordered by traditional Island bamboo buildings like the Spider and... More
Nice area to go for a swim. Not crowded at all and none of the annoying peddlers/boat men who block your every step in the white beach area. We accessed the beach via Spider House. One way transport via tricycle costs P100.
This beach can be accessed either round the point from White Beach, or via road. There are a number of excellent places to eat and drink near the beach, which is often overlooked. The place to be at sunset is the Spiders Nest bar overlooking the bay, which offers an unsurpassed view of the beautiful sunsets enjoyed by Boracay. Have... More
Diniwid beach is to the right of White beach and can easily be accessed by tricycle. It has stunning turquoise water and soft white sand. The main tourists on the beach seemed to be from the surrounding hotels. There are a few restaurants and bars (attached to the hotels). A perfect spot to relax away from the crowds.
If you're the type that longs for a quiet lounging at the beach, looking for relaxation, and quality time then this part of the island is for you. The beach also offers a spectacular view of the sea sans the chaotic beauty of the famed beach area of Boracay.
This beach was near our resort (Spider House). We liked that it was much less busy than White beach and uniquely beautiful. It was surrounded by cliffs with fun resorts built into the rocks and was tucked away from all the hustle and bustle. We enjoyed our time a Diniwid Beach more than White beach. There were less people there... More
NIce beach, flat out, some small restaurants and bars around, not too many vendors , popular by Asian Tourist ,
We stayed at the Microtel Inn and Suites, Diniwid Beach. Quieter than station 1 and 2. Great beach which isn't shared with many other hotels like the other stations. Short shuttle ride of 10-15 mins without traffic to the D-Mall.
We were brought here unexpectedly, and what a pleasant surprise it was. You'd have to take about a 10-minute tricycle ride from station 1 to Diniwid beach, but this is soo worth it. It's best to access the beach from Spider House.
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