The calm, secluded Tambisaan Beach is located on the east side of Boracay, between the Manoc Manoc and Bantud barangays and from the island's jetty ports. The beach is about 500 meters long.
This beach is practically an unknown treasure where tourists can immerse themselves in the peace and quiet of the easygoing, welcoming local community and surrounding nature – there is nothing commercial about this spot.
The breathtaking blueish-green water is perfect for snorkeling and diving. Just off the white-sand shore are a plethora of gorgeous reefs and corals, which are host to an aquarium of brilliantly colored tropical fish.
Tambisaan Beach is accessible by boat from Station 3 or by tricycle or motorbike via the main road to the south, specifically Boracay Jetty Port Road. A path leads to the left shortly before the Jetty Port, which you must simply follow.
It is best to visit Tambisaan Beach during the summer season in Boracay in order to fully enjoy the various activities in the beach without having to mind the rain.
There is an entrance fee per person in Tambisaan Beach.