Since its a bit far, going there needs bargaining skills with the local transport drivers. A motorcycle is the easiest. I paid 200 pesos to get there and back to Station 2 in Boracay Beach. We agreed that we will only be at the beach for two hours—no more, no less. More than that, I’ll pay a hundred more.
Do not pay when you arrive at the beach. Negotiate with the driver that you’ll only pay when you get back from where you started. Ilig-Iligan is far and public transport is nada, non-existent.
The ride on your way there is bumpy. The road, like the rest of the non-touristy destination, is unpaved. Ask the driver if he has an extra helmet to cover you from dust. If none, good luck! 🙂
The only thing (I dunno if it’s a bad or good thing to you) is the tempestuous waves in certain time of the day. They’re strong and could hurt you if you’re skinny like me. 🙂 That means, you can’t really enjoy swimming here.
But, it’s a good place to just lay down and forget everything back in the bustling Boracay Beach. The splashing of the waves against the rocks and the sandy shores are gentle music to my ears.
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