Wednesday, November 19, 2008

on rocky cliffs - diniwid beach

on the Western edge of the central Boracay beach area, stands huge rock covered with trees and bushes. but not everyone knows what's behind those rock walls.when you reach the edge of station one of the White Beach, you'll notice that there's a paved path that leads you to the other side. this leads you to a more private beach side and that is Diniwid beach.what makes this beach beautiful is its aspect of presenting a semi-private mood as fewer people occupy this beach compared to the wide long beach of central Boracay.here, you'll see private villas on top of those rocky cliffs. just imagine how beautiful the view is from one of the windows up there.so if you really want a more private place and still experience the island life, this part of Boracay will be perfect to you.

you want to see how beautiful the view is from one of those villas??? click >>>>>here<<<<<. thanks to maoman.

49 comments:

Sidney said...

Yes... and if you have a lot of money to pay for a house there... but I agree...it is very beautiful !

lagal[og] said...

i'm not a bora kind of tourist but if i'm going there, i think of staying on the diniwid side. less people, as you've noted, and a side of boracay that's less featured in the press.

Borneo Falcon said...

Wish I had a house there. The villas must belongs to the rich people

Miong said...

You've got nice pictures bai da!
by the way lamat sa pag drop sa akong blog. fellow Carolinian.

the donG said...

>sidney, i think there are other resort within diniwid that's not as expensive as the villas.

>oggie, oo nga. konting konti lang talaga ang pumupunta sa side na to kasi malayo din lalo na para sa mga naka check in sa stations 2 at 3.

>borneo falcon, it's a resort. open for occupants but im not sure how much.

>miong, salamat bai.

Webradio said...

Great photos... I like the sea...

See You later !

Lawstude said...

maganda nga dyan bro. yung resort talagang nasa cliff na halos. aakyatin ko sana yan kaso napagod na ko sa kaka-ikot. galing.

Abou said...

dyan sa area na yan ikinasal si g tongei he he.

merce h:) said...

Hello dong!yan ang hinahanap ko na lugar pagnasa beach ako,tahimik.pero ang mahal!huwag na lang.
ang ganda talaga ng pictures mo....

SandyCarlson said...

I love the shadows of the rocks on the water. Very, very beautiful!

tr3nta said...

WOW... spectacular place... and looks like fantastic to do climbing too...

Raft3r said...

kung hindi ako nagkakamali, one of my officemates own a villa there
kinakaibigan ko na nga sya, eh
hehe

Vic said...

wow! all about boracay pala ang post mo ngayon! nice one! at least, parang nakarating na din ako dun! hehe.. :)

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Very nice and beautiful!

Layrayski said...

this is a side of boracay that i havent seen before. for the first time you made me want to go to boracay =)

Share my point of view... said...

Hmmm...I wish I can afford one of those sea view villas. ;)

the donG said...

>webradio, thank you.

>oman, pareho pala tayo. layo din kasi kung nagsimula kang maglakad sa station 2 papunta doon. sulit na exercise pero pagdating doon kulang na energy para umakyat pa. pero maganda talaga.

>abou, talaga? hindi ko alam yon ah.

>hi merce, salamat! may mga reasonable price naman na resort within sa diniwid. tsaka malalakad mo din lang naman yan galing sa white beach.

>hi sandy, thanks.

>tr3nta, i don't know if there's a rock climbing facility in that area. but there's a warea in the mall climbing area.

>raft3r, hehehe... talaga? astig. samahan mo ko.

>hi vic, salamat sa pagsama sa beach sa blog na ito.

>philip, thanks.

>hi layrayski, akala kasi ng marami yung boracay yung white beach lang. next time puntahan mo talaga.

>hi share, me too.

REDLAN said...

mas maganda siguro ang view kung nasa taas ka. kita ang buong bora. iba namang anggulo ang nakikita ko dito sa pag feature mo ng bora. hindi tuloy ako nagsasawa.

PUSANG-gala said...

I wonder how the view would be if you are in one of those villas......

Photo Cache said...

Oh location, location, location. that is the selling point to those villas, the million dollar views. What fun is it to have one of those for my vacation use? Dreaming is allowed here, right.

It's nice to know that there is a more secluded place for those who go to bora to "get away" from it all.

Chyng said...

yan ba yung sa club Panoly part?

I miss Bora!

Joy said...

Diniwid is really ideal when people want privacy and seclusion. Wonderful photos, Dong!

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the spool artist said...

I think those villas are called NAMI... yup, diniwid is one of my favorite spots in boracay!

the donG said...

>redlan, ganda nga talaga ang view sa taas. may isinama akong link sa dulo nitong post. makikita mo ang view ng beach galing sa taas.

>pusang-gala, i added a link of a photo that shows the view from one of the villas.

>photo cache, actually boracay has a lot of these cove-like beaches. you just really need to discover and dream dream dream. LOL.

>hi chyng, club panoly is on a different beach front. i was not able to go to that area.

>hi joy, many people like this part of boracay. who wouldn't? right? thanks!

>spool artist, yes that's the popular nami resort. i too like this part of the island.

dede said...

dong, its fantastic,...how peace to stay there, stay in one of the part of villa. if really happened, i still keep blogging, visiting all fellow blogger, hmmm, i think i need to stop dreaming heheee

tikno said...

Dreaming to go there. By the way, how much it cost for one night?

Shawie said...

amazing! i wonder how much does it cost you to live in that part of Boracay:) probably multi-million pesos...hmmmm, but I think it's really worth it:)

alicesg said...

Very beautiful villas with a great view of the ocean. I would love to own one of the villa.

Hilda said...

Now this is more to our liking! Kapag handa na kaming mag Bora, dito ako maghahanap ng lugar. Sana naman may hindi gaanong kamahal. :)

Great photos, Dong! Thanks for the info too.

Bry said...

i told myself that if im gonna visit BORA i should have lots of extra cash and make sure that my credit card is fully paid...

ganda talaga :)

Dakilang Islander said...

the villas looks great...siguro mas mahal dito? i still prefer sa area na maraming tao unless siguro kung honeymoon na..heheh

acey said...

i want 1 of those villas! haha. i bet it's so nice to live in a small island home next to a gran beach. very nice! :D

aquamarine said...

that's part of Boracay i really like the most,very relaxing and awesome view!thank you for the effort...
thanks to Dominican College-San Juan,MM for having a company outing to Boracay.mas maganda pa siguro ngayon dun,2005 yata nung nagpunta kami..
anyway,keep up the good work,boost our tourism industry!Wow Philippines talaga...
salamat din sa pagdalaw sa site ko...see you again!

Blue Rose said...

that's another beautiful place in bora.

we had a bad experience at nami. the guard had the discrimination between the filipinos and the foreigners. he did not allowed us to take the elevator (made of bamboo) because he let the foreigner used it. see! isinumbong nga namin sya sa manager. ayon, napagalitan sya at napilitang humingi ng tawad sa amin. harharhar

Rio said...

ganda pla ng view kapag andun ka sa taas ng mga naglalakihang villas...hay...iniinggit mo lang ako dong,e..hehe..

nice shots, dong

dodong flores said...

Mas mahal seguro ang accommodation diyan....

Pero, I agree with Oggie. I prefer to stay in this part of Boracay than the central part which is much crowded with people...

luna miranda said...

this is my favorite side of bora...no crowds and not as noisy.

Dennis Villegas said...

Very beautiful! I will definitely rent one of the villas when I become a billionaire. Very good shots!

beero said...

great pics kuya dong. i like the third pic the most. nakita ko din tong place na to sa blog ni kuya oman. you two are great photogaphers!

EM said...

Great Great views!!!

It's the only thing keeping me warm over here!!

Thanks!

eric said...

waw

i missed diniwid. i stayed at microtel last january when we went there for a fam tour.


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the donG said...

>dede, the way i see it, you'll be visiting the philippines soon. hehehe... dreams do come true.

>tikno, usually rates change every season. so i suggest that you check out their website http://www.namiboracay.com/

>hi shawie, maybe yes maybe not. but there are more cheaper resorts within that area. you just really need to explore. but owning a villa? not sure how much it would cost.

>hi alicesg, everybody is dreaming for that.

>hi hilda, typical high level resort naman ang price nya. you can check out http://www.namiboracay.com/.

>bry, you're right about that. ganda talaga doon.

>dakilang islander, kanya kanya nga talagang kagustuhan. yung iba gusto semi-private mode while yung iba naman para magparty. para sa yo nga ang white beach area. siguradong enjoy ka doon.

>hi acey, wish do come true!

>aquamarine, very relaxing nga. ganda kasi talaga ng view ng beach sa taas. tagal mo na rin palang hindi nakapunta. pwede mo na ngang balikan ang boracay.

salamat. tingin ko kahit sa ganitong paraan makatulong man lang ako sa bansa natin.

>hi blue rose, that's sad. but what's good is at least the guard learned a lesson. thanks for the feedback.

>hi doc rio, naiingit nga din ako sa kumuha ng picture na yon galing sa taas ng villa. sa baba lang kasi ako.

>dodong, same din halos sa mga ibang high end hotels sa may white beach area.

maganda nga itong lugar para sa semi-private mode.

>hi luna, this place is better for people looking for a semi-private time.

>dennis, i believe you dont need that much money to be able to enjoy this resort. you might want to see their rates here www.namiboracay.com

>beero, salamat. paborito ko din yung third picture dito sa set na to. si oman magaling talaga. kaya magsasama kami ulit this weekend.

>hi em, wow! didnt know this blog can be one useful thing for the countries experiencing the winter season.

>eric, wow! im sure you were there too for the ati atihan. right? you cover all the best festivals of the philippines.

Helena de TrĂ³ia said...

great! and the houses are very nice too, not very turistic, they are hidden in the landscape.

JM said...

Beautiful beach!!! I can imagine how stunning the view must be from those balconies!...

Nanaybelen said...

parang mga castle na nasa mountain sides Ang galing . Siguro ang sarap magmuni-muni habang nakadungaw sa bintana facing the sea

REDLAN said...

ngayon lang siya dumating dyan? sa lbc ko yun pinadala last week pa.

Heart of Rachel said...

I could just imagine how spectacular the view is from up there.

mimi said...

hmm now ko lang nakita ito.. sa dulo siguro.. ^_^

Boracay Hotels said...

Wow lovely photos. There a good atmosphere there, mostly at nightlife.



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