Ingus-Insgus Hill | Things to do in Buruanga-Aklan

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During the Spanish era, it served as the watch point for invading Moro pirates who used to maraud coastal villages. Underneath the hill is a cave, which according to folktales, was used as an ambuscade for English pirates, buccaneers, and other plunderers of Spanish galleons carrying precious cargoes.
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Address:  , Buruanga, Aklan
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Nearby attractions

Cagban Beach
Attraction
12.91 km away

Cagban Beach is the very first beach visitors will see when visiting Boracay Island. Half of the beach is dedicated to Cagban Jetty Port, the main entry and exit point from Caticlan to Boracay. This port is saturated with advertisements printed on tarpaulins, and is busy with tourists, travel agents, tour operators, and tricycle drivers. While this half of the beach is cemented, the other half still retains its raw, cream sand. This part of the beach is docked with a few fishing boats and is suitable for swimming. Cagban Beach also has views of Crystal Cove Island and the mainland Panay. Right across the one-kilometer stretch of deep sea is the Caticlan Jetty Port, only a 15-minute ferry ride away.

Crystal Cove Island
Attraction
14.16 km away

Crystal Cove Island is a 2.5-hectare stone-age park sitting on a large coral in between Boracay Island and Panay Island. Privately owned, the island has two cream beaches for snorkeling, two caves, a small museum, and a prehistoric vibe due to its stone huts, stone towers, and stone pathways. Upon entrance, visitors are free to explore the island for a whole day. While it is included in the island hopping destinations in Boracay, Crystal Cove Island is best explored for at least half a day. Just follow the road signs and stone pathways interconnecting its beaches, caves, museum, and small aviary. From one of the stone towers, visitors can have a panoramic view of islets and islands nearby, such as Crocodile, Boracay, Carabao, and Panay Islands. Crystal Cove Island gets its name from its two crystal caves, aptly named Crystal Cave 1 and 2. Known for their opaque and unpolished crystals, the caves open out to the sea, where visitors can also swim during good weather. Because there are no restaurants on the island, visitors are advised to bring their own food and drinks, or avail the island's tour packages, which includes meals.

Tambisaan Beach
Attraction
14.27 km away

Tambisaan Beach serves as an alternative entry point to Boracay during stormy weather. The beach spans about 500 meters of coarse white sand, and marks the jump-off to nearby snorkeling and scuba diving destinations such as those surrounding Crocodile Island and Crystal Cove Island. Tambisaan Beach is one of the few beaches in Boracay where travelers will find Boracay's longtime island residents. The beach is lined with several huts, palm trees, and eateries. Hotels and resorts are almost nonexistent on this beach, except for one house that could be rented out to big families. On a regular day, Tambisaan Beach is docked with fishing boats and kids lapping in its shallow waters. Two islets can also be explored on foot by simply following the cemented pathways. The beach is best visited in the morning either to watch the sunrise or the local scene when residents unload cargo, such as fish and vegetables, from outrigger boats.

Where to stay

Surfside Boracay Resort And Spa
₱2840.00

Surfside Resort & Spa is a whole package resort where you can find accommodation, activities, relaxation and dining in one place. It has 16 fully furnished rooms, Yasuragi Spa for your weary body, Island staff Dive Staff Dive Shop for discovering underwater beauty, and Nagisa Coffee Shop where light, sumptuous Japanese and Asian cuisines are served to fill up your appetite. So sit back and relax. Let Surfside take you to paradise where everything is within your reach.

357 Boracay Resort
₱4643.00
Hotels and homes
13.84 km away

357 BORACAY, a charming beachfront boutique resort hotel providing highly personalized service to all its guests. It is conveniently located in the heart of the world-famous white beach that ensures the privacy and utmost comfort of its discriminating clientele. All guestrooms have verandas and are beautifully appointed with fine furnishings and amenities such as aircon, cable TV and hot and cold shower. 357 BORACAY tastefully blends casual elegance and the conveniences of home with a bar and restaurant, stand-by.

Hey Jude South Beach
₱3556.00
Hotels and homes
13.87 km away

Hey! Jude Boracay Hotels in Boracay Island, Philippines know how to make your trip to paradise even more exciting. With Hey! Jude Resort Hotel — once just a popular bar and bistro — now a full-fledged accommodation for vacationers, you’ll enjoy many of the great qualities that have made us such a favorite among guests. From our friendly service to our lively atmosphere, you’ll surely have your fill of island fun and recreation here.Furthermore, our location within D’Mall in Station 2 offers easy access to shops, restaurants, and White Beach. And now with Hey! Jude South Beach, our second site right on the beach, you’ll have the perfect spot to view the stunning sunset. When all you want to do is enjoy Boracay’s pristine waters, we have all your needs covered.With Hey! Jude Resort Hotel and Hey! Jude South Beach’s selection of island activities, your pleasure and satisfaction is guaranteed.

Getting there and around

 , Buruanga, Aklan

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