Friday, October 17, 2008

Ilig-Iligan Beach, Boracay

To continue with Boracay beach-hopping, let me now feature one of Boracay's hidden beaches - the Ilig-Iligan. This beach is on the east coast of Boracay Island and offers several coves and caves. Tourists here have the option of either exploring the land or the sea. If you prefer the sea, the shoreline in this beach is perfect for swimming with its crystal clear and warm waters for a relaxing bath. If you prefer to explore the land, this part of Boracay has an impressive jungle where giant fruit bats may be seen hanging in the trees. The Bat Cave and the Crystal Cave, which I have previously featured in this blog, is just a 15-minute trek from this beach. Here are some shots I have taken at Ilig-Iligan Beach:

Hanging Coral Pieces


Boat By The Bay


View From A Hut


View With A Hut


Katig


Some Art Work


Beach House Specialty

34 comments:

  1. Pucha ang sarap nitong sugpo! Magkano ito? gusto ko ng additional 10 pieces

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  2. ka-inggit talaga trip mo sa bora. halos lahat siguro ng beaches dun napuntahan mo eh. ganda ng second to the last pic. iba kasi focusing. hehe.

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  3. I love the hanging coral pieces. Great stuff!

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  4. Ganda naman ng mga pictures attorney...kahit nandito ako sa office namin e parang namasyal na rin ako sa Bora...Buti ka pa pa Bora-Bora na lang huh...Ganda nung first pic dun sa Angol Rocks entry, great framing idea..

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  5. Yummy 'Beach House Specialty'. Now I'm officially hungry again! =D The hanging coral pieces is also beautiful!

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  6. ayos nga ito kung gusto mo talaga ng space. may mga beach shore ba sa boracay na pag nakabangka lang pwedeng puntahan?

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  7. I need to take a break and check this out :) Prawns sure looked yummy :D

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  8. thank you for let us take a look to your magic world

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  9. The place don't look too crowded. No big prawn there?

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  10. Oh! The prawns looked tasty!

    Hidden beach - reminds me of the beach that we went to at Perhentian Island and we found a hidden beach called Romantic Beach and no one was there. Only tranquility!

    ;)

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  11. Ay yayay! pretty...nice...yummy.. nature tripping to the max! This keeps us who are constantly surrounded by buildings and pavements, with hope and inspirations that one day we will go and experience these paradise. Yes.. one of these days...

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  12. yan ang gusto kong makita sa boracay. iyong mga hindi masyadong pinupuntahan ng mga tao :) sa susunod kong punta doon at kailangang matikman ang sugpo na iyan:)

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  13. it's amazing! you explored the hidden beauty of bora. dito ko lang nakita at nalaman ah. hanggang beachfront lang ako pagpunta ko dun.

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  14. That hut on the beach has a perfect location! very nice!

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  15. I sure like that 1st pic - nice shots throughout!

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  16. LS: Wow; A beautiful view of the beach and a lusious meal. what more do you need on a visit?
    I would like you to think of sharing your world on a new meme called My World. We are starting on Monday 8PM GMT. You can come to my site and learn of it.

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  17. btw, nareceive ko na yung postcards this morning. thanks kuya oman. nagkamali ka siguro ng send kasi yung nasa likod eh "carla" at hindi "beero" o "lex". hmmm, sino kaya si carla?hehe.

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  18. Las fotos muy buenas, pero sin duda me quedo con las gambitas de la Ășltima, que buena pinta tienen.
    Un abrazo

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  19. ang cute nung hanging coral pieces..
    bigla naman akong ginutom sa last pic mo..hehe

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  20. ano baaaa, kakagutom yang sugpo! hahaha.

    ganda nyang hanging coral pieces, pwede parang mobile or wind chimes (kahit hindi naman tumutunog hehe) =) binebenta ba nila yan?

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  21. for sale ba yung coral attorney?
    wish na wish ka na rin talagang makita ang Bora ngayon.... dati kasi wala lang
    thanks for sharing

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  22. Very nice post. Have you received my e-mail? Regards, Philip

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  23. wow, very pretty pics. I love the white sand man :)

    The shrimp looks really scrumptious !

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  24. The beach photos look very nice, but I like the food photo the best :-)

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  25. A wonderful series of photographs.

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  26. what a delicious-looking dish!!! i envy you, ls. those shrimps look big and tasty! (share naman, bro. hehehe.)

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  27. grabe. the shrimp is so mouth-watering. tapos sa beach pa kakainin. waaah. kakainggit.

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  28. I just love your photos. They take me away to some place beautiful and tropical if only for a little while. Thank you!
    :-)

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  29. Taste with my eyes, sh!t parang sobrang sarap ng "Beach House Specialty" na sugpo. Maybe sa summer punta ako Bora, must experience it also.

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  30. Hello Guys! I know, i haven't be able to comment back on your comments to this post. Blame it on my heavy work loads these past few days. If ever I find time, I opt to post a while and visit as much blog as I can. (But then, it has become irregular too.) Hope you bear with me and I promise to find more blogging time soon. Take Care Everyone and BIG THANKS for the visit.

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  31. Thank you for posting these much beautiful scenes in Boracay. White sand beach, delicious dishes and a lot of beautiful stuffs perfect for your travel collection. Keep on posting!

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