Meet Ella. For years, she has been about juggling work and personal responsibilities. Of course, like most of us, she constantly thinks of going on a dream vacay — an out-of-town travel, preferably to a beach. Finally, after years of saving more than enough money (and vacation leaves!), she’s now ready to go on an all-out, no-holds-barred, spare-no-expense partying in one of the top beach destinations in the country — Boracay.< READ MORE >
Tucked away in the northern part of Boracay Island is Alta Vista de Boracay, a luxurious resort that features a string of mid-rise condotels and first-rate amenities. The 4-hectare property sits atop a hilly terrain that offers majestic mountain views. The hotel features Southeast Asian-inspired interiors, with pieces of furniture made mostly of rattan and wood. Its main lobby looks majestic with its high ceilings and the hotel veranda enjoys a breezy atmosphere with winds flowing in from the mountains. Learn more about why Alta Vista de Boracay has consistently made it to the list of best Boracay resorts.< READ MORE >
In a few more weeks, it’s the “ber” months and (as we all know) the start of Christmas season for us Filipinos once again! Aside from the Christmas rush, the smell of bibingka and puto bumbong in the air, and Jose Mari Chan serenading us to death with his Christmas songs in malls, it’s that time of the year again to plan a family reunion.< READ MORE >
Get your beach outfit ready for Boracay! The world-famous island will reopen in October and everybody's excited.
What to do in the country's beach hangout? There's a long list of outdoor activities in Boracay you can enjoy any time of the year. You can do banana boating, parasailing, and snorkeling. Explore Boracay's rich marine life in a scuba diving adventure and the breathtaking beauty of Aklan on an island hopping getaway. You may also indulge in a gastronomic trip starting with L'Altura Restaurant in Alta Vista De Boracay.< READ MORE >
When is the best time to visit the Philippines? It depends on the places you plan to visit. There are only two seasons in the tropics: the wet and dry seasons. The former begins in late May to November while the latter is between December and May. However, climate change has been adjusting the calendar. You can now experience strong downpour in April and scorching days in July. It's tough to even try predicting weather in the Philippines even with only two seasons.
Here's a tip: expect anything. You may be prepped for a hot Philippine weather in April, but still pack rainy day essentials. No worries. You can still go parasailing even under a gloomy Boracay weather.
What's the best month to travel to the Philippines? Here's your travel guide to help you decide.< READ MORE >