Just beyond the sights and sounds of the famous White Beach de Boracay is a quaint and quiet place known as Diniwid Beach, one of Boracay’s less crowded beaches.
Diniwid Beach is a refuge for anyone who wishes to escape the busy parties and the overwhelming crowd of its popular neighbouring beach. At Diniwid, you can relax – kick off your shoes, bathe in its unassuming waters, freely take in the sounds of rushing, roaring waves that White Beach patrons are missing, and enjoy the Boracay sunsets made much more romantic by visiting couples. Visitors who wish to grab some drinks and jump cliffs can also check out Diniwid Beach’s Spider House.
Diniwid Beach is a 15-minute walk away from White Beach’s Station 1.
Opening Days and Hours
The beach is open 24/7.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to the beach is completely free.
How to Get There
- Fly from Manila to Kalibo, Aklan via Philippine Airlines or Cebu Pacific.
- From Aklan, proceed to Caticlan Jetty Terminal for boat trips to Boracay.
- Board a boat headed for Cagban or Tambisaan Port.
- Walk from White Beach to Diniwid.
- Solo Travelers/Backpackers
Time to Spend
You can choose to spend the entire day at Diniwid Beach.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Diniwid Beach is not as popular nor as crowded as White Beach so you can come here anytime you want. Sunsets are best viewed in this place, although ensure that you do not stay late as you might miss the limited tricycle services in the area.
- Cliff jumping
Visitors can grab quick bites (and drinks!) at The Spider House which offers a variety of Japanese and American dishes.
- White Beach de Boracay
- Puka Beach
- Tambisaan Beach
Visitors can choose between beachfront accommodations and hilltop hotels. Hotels like Microtel, Sulu Sea Boutique Hotel, and One Diniwid are available at rates ranging from USD 80 to 280 per night.