Buktot Beach: Oriental Mindoro’s Secluded Paradise

Last updated on October 3rd, 2023 at 03:36 pm

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Buktot Beach in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro, is a hidden paradise. Just a 30-minute ride from Roxas, it offers pristine beauty and solitude.

Introducing Buktot Beach

While Puerto Galera is famous, Buktot Beach in Mindoro’s south is a hidden gem. It boasts clear waters, white sands, and stunning rock formations, making it a perfect photography spot.

Buktot Beach is a long white sand beach.

Buktot Beach's natural beauty

I was so amazed by the clear water, the white sand, and the beautiful rock formations at Buktot Beach. It’s definitely a picturesque spot for photography, and you’ll be glad you set foot on it!

Open hut in Buktot Beach.
Open hut in Buktot Beach.
Raft at Buktot Beach.
I saw a starfish on the shore.
I saw a starfish on the shore.

How to Get There:

No direct transport exists; private vehicles are best. Despite the rough road, the journey is rewarding. From Mansalay town proper, take a tricycle to reach Buktot Beach.

What to Do:

Pay a 10-peso entrance fee and rent an open hut for 100 pesos. Bring your food, as there are no nearby restaurants. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery, rock formations, turquoise waters, and vast skies.

Buktot Beach offers a cozy beach hut you can rent for P100.
Nice Raft is a delightful place to spend the day.
I work hard to improve my photography skills.
I work hard to improve my photography skills.
The thorn of the Aroma tree is sharp and will hurt you. Be careful.
The thorn of the Aroma tree is sharp and will hurt you. Be careful.

Buktot Beach is an affordable, beautiful hidden gem. It’s a must-visit for anyone seeking natural beauty and tranquility in Oriental Mindoro. The unique location may even offer a stunning sunrise view.

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Lorence Laudenio

Lorence is an IT grad who loves to travel. He shares tech updates, trends, and his travel journey, aiming to inspire others by blending his passions.

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