Buktot Beach is ideal for family and group outings, with only the sun and sand do the works and wonders. Open cottages, benches and bamboo tables are available for the picnickers.
As we enter the gate of the resort, we were welcomed by white gardenias gently swaying with the breeze. It was a charming sight. I would have captured it in my camera but our car already went past through the grassy entrance. I told myself, I’ll come back for it later. The moment I saw it, I said “WOW” and “OH MY!”
The sand is incredibly white, soft and the finest I’ve ever seen. Boracay finally finds its greatest nemesis in Buktot Beach. I wander aimlessly, buried my feet in the sand and dip afterwards in the cool water. Its virginal beauty makes it even more glorious and desirable to the sentimental in me. Cottages are rented out in cheap rates, which is really helpful for the budget-conscious.
With the fresh air and tranquility, visitors can spend quiet moments as they lay or rest in the cottages… Or commune with nature and inhale every bit of beauty and natural grandeur… Or take time out soul-searching, sit back and reminisce old but wonderful memories with the soft hum of the wave as the only music. It is also the most perfect place to feel vibrant and gay. Bring your swimsuit, camera, some beer and your closest friends, and enjoy the madness of the day, Boracay-style.
How to get to Buktot Beach?
From Calapan City, vans are available going to Mansalay. From the town proper, board a jeepney going to Bulalacao. Get off at Brgy. Cabanwa. Buktot Beach is a few kilometer of rough road from the highway.
Accommodations and Rates
$0.45 / Php20.00
$0.23 / Php10.00
$1.00 / Php40.00