Built on the edge of the cliff on the north side of Diniwid Beach, and accessed via a small tunneled cave, its bamboo decks hang out over the water and offer stunning views back towards Diniwid Beach.
The locals call it Long Beach, as you can also guess, it’s quite long. It’s broken up into three sections called Stations.
The papaya and lemon shake was delicious. But, the standout was Kalyra’s Bananatella. Very naughty for my standards, but oh so delicious.
Sunsets on White Beach is an infamous experience on Boracay.
There are lots of young boys who’d be happy to sculpt your name in the sand for a price. I was most impressed with their entrepreneurial spirit, and it offered a lovely exchange for the girls with some local kids.