New drone stock footage released. We have another pack of drone footage ready and packaged up for you. This time, we’re headed to the stunning Puka Beach on the island of Boracay in the Philippines.
The Higher Aerials team originally captured the content back in December 2016. If you’re interested in seeing what else we have lined up, we have shared plenty of stills on our Instagram ( @HigherAerials ) Check out the link below!
We specifically shot this footage in the morning, so keep an eye out for the footage we captured on the same beach on a different evening. Transforms the view!
A little bit of background on this beach, courtesy of Boracay.Travel:
Puka Beach is a far cry from most of the beaches in the island. It is a reflection of most peoples expectation of a tropical island: blue water, white sand, and relatively uninhabited. This vast stretch of land is where the locals converge to gather puka shells from which the beach derived its name.
Covering a total land area of 800 meters, Puka Beach ranks as the second longest beach comprising half of its northern tip. The sands in this part of the island are more silica and more grainy. The only sound that will be heard is the mild and gentle waves touching the white sands of the beach.
Compared to other beaches in Boracay, the waters here are rougher and deeper. The sands are not as powdery white as those found on White Beach. However, the peaceful environment and its beautiful sunset makes the trip worthwhile.
Puka Beach, Boracay, Philippines