Jan 03, 2020 to Mar 31, 2020
Alta Vista Blog
The Philippines is a popular tourist destination for many reasons: our warm culture, our tropical beaches, and our marine biodiversity, all of which visitors to Boracay can enjoy. But tourists can enjoy another aspect of nature – one that everyone can do anywhere, but is best done only in the farthest places from the city. While it’s not the most popular activity in Boracay, stargazing is a great way to enjoy the island’s natural beauty.
People gaze up at the night sky for many reasons, whether it’s to reflect on their lives, find a star to wish on, or just admire the vast universe that we’re just a tiny part of. Those who really pay attention to the sky will be able to see some truly magnificent sights. And where could be the ideal place to do just that? Alta Vista de Boracay is one great option, since it is located far away from the typical busy scene in Boracay, giving you a better view of the night sky. If you want to add stargazing to your Boracay itinerary, here are some things to look out for.
Boracay is a romantic place perfect for those who are in love. Because of the island’s breathtaking beauty, couples from all over the world consider Boracay their dream destination. What better way to enjoy this lovers’ paradise than with a romantic Boracay date? Amp up the romance factor of your Boracay itinerarywith these 8 date ideas.
If you ask visitors to Boracay why they go there, a lot will talk about the sand, the sea, and the sunshine. And there’s one other thing: everyone wants to party in Boracay. When you get away from your everyday work or school life, there’s nothing to stop you. After being beach bums all day, people want to cut loose at night.
As anyone will tell you, nothing quite compares to a Boracay party because it’s filled with so many options. It almost doesn’t matter what day of the week it is; it always feels like the weekend. So if you’re ready to find out more, you can learn how to survive a crazy night out in Boracay with these tips.
You’d think that beach season is over, but not quite. It never really ends does it? Not when you talk about the pristine, gorgeous beaches in a tropical country where it is mostly hot all-year round. Take Boracay in the Philippines for example, one of the best beaches in the world. If you plan to go to Boracay and it is already a few months past summer, know that the beauty of the island paradise knows no peak seasons.
You will not run out of activities you can do in Boracay during off-peak season. And there are a lot of advantages to it too, budget-wise most especially. If you are on a Boracay budget trip, you will be pleased to know that airfare is cheaper, hotels offer discounts, and you can book beach activities for a more affordable price. Then of course, the best part is you can explore the island without having to wrestle your way against a huge crowd of tourists. Imagine sitting by the bay as you watch the sun set without a group of rowdy friends trying to snap silhouette selfies. Much more peaceful, right?
Here’s another travel guide to Boracay duringoff-peak season that won’t hurt your budget.
Boracay has been getting its fair share of attention. In 2016, the paradise island attracted record-shattering 1.7 million tourists. Seven years has gone by, and a lot has happened since. Dozens of new flights have made the island increasingly accessible. More and more travel authorities, both local and international, have been hailing Boracay as one of the best beaches in the world. Unsurprisingly, the island has grown all the more popular and travelers are coming in droves.
These changes, while generally positive, come with disadvantages that sometimes put people off. For one, Boracay can get a little too touristy sometimes and the party vibe a little too much. Thankfully, there are still many ways you can experience the island in a more relaxing and authentic way. And there are still places like Alta Vista de Boracay, which you can escape to if you would like some peace and quiet. Explore the relaxing ways you can enjoy the island through this Boracay guide that focuses on the more toned down activities.