It’s already December officially, which means it’s almost Christmas here in the Philippines. When it comes to the holidays, most (if not all) employees look forward to two things: vacation and, of course, our 13th-month bonus. Now, you’ve probably heard the great news that Boracay is now open for tourists after six months of rehabilitation. With the Christmas break and bonus coming up, now’s the time to reward yourself for all the hard work you’ve done the whole year. Now’s the perfect time to plan a well-deserved Boracay getaway.
Going to Boracay by air travel can be expensive, especially if you can’t catch any “piso fare” promos. If you really want to go to the beautiful island but budget is a problem, you might want to learn how to board a ferry. Here are the cool perks that you can get if you start checking the list of ferries in the Philippines now and book your ride.
Planning to travel to the newly-reopened Boracay soon? Beyond just booking a room at your favorite Alta Vista de Boracay, make sure you take the time to learn how to be a more responsible tourist. One of the reasons the island was closed was because of its dying marine life. This danger affects not just Boracay, but the rest of the country as well. Here, you’ll learn more about the coral reefs in the Philippines and the measures being taken to protect them. You’ll also learn how to take care of coral reefs on an individual level.
The state weather bureau PAG-ASA has declared that the northeast monsoon, or hanging amihan, will be coming within this week. This could have you thinking that it might not be a good time to hit the beach after all. You’re wrong! There’s never a wrong time to hit the beach, especially if it’s Boracay. As such, we’ve listed 10 activities that will make the cold weather in Boracay bearable for you to enjoy your stay.
It’s a common practice for Filipino families to gather at home to celebrate Christmas day. Sometimes the whole extended family gets together in a relative’s home. This is a lovely tradition indeed. But there are many other ways you could feel at home and forge a stronger bond with your loved ones on Christmas day. How about you give this holiday season a twist and spend Christmas in Boracay instead? There are so many lovely reasons to spend the holiday in Boracay, you simply can’t miss out on them.