Crystal Cove Island was apart of our island hopping adventure in Boracay. It's a small little island next to Boracay without the spectacular white sand beach.
Jonah's Fruit Shake & Snack Bar is a perfect spot when you're walking on the sands of White Beach. It's a little passed the famous Willy's Rock and it's hard to miss cause it's always crowded.
Panama Restaurant is a few shops away from the Red Coconut Beach Hotel on the Filipino island of Boracay. It provides a great atmosphere for dinner like all restaurants on White Beach Path.
Boracay is known for it's beautiful beaches and shores. There was never a cloud in the sky and it wasn't packed compared to other beach destinations. The beaches are extremely clean
The Red Coconut is where I stayed while I was in Boracay. It's literally steps from the beach and located on Boracay's White Beach. I would literally walked 20 feet out of my room and my feet was in white sand
Army Navy was the first meal I ate in Boracay. It's steps from the sands and set up like your favorite taco shop in Los Angeles. There's benches and the food prices are really cheap.
Mesa Filipino Moderne is the fancy Gerry's Grill. It's a more upscale restaurant for traditional Filipino food with a better dress staff located at the Henann Regency.
Gerry's Grill is located in Station 1. It's a two story restaurant and the dining area is really narrow. It has a great view of the beach on the second floor. The staff were all very nice and friendly.