Jan 03, 2020 to Mar 31, 2020
Alta Vista Blog
Summer is upon us again, Boracay backpackers! Are you ready to hit the road for another epic trip? This year, why not do something differently? If you’re used to traveling with companions, it’s time to try backpacking alone. There’s a lot of benefits in going solo. There’s the liberty of doing things your way. You can stop in as many places as you want. Moreover, you’ll be the master of your time. No need to worry about inconveniencing others. You can enjoy much-needed solitude, a truly effective way of recharging your energy.
Boracay backpackers, whether traveling alone or in groups, are offered a wide range of accommodations. There are hotels, travelers’ inns, bed-and-breakfast, and even camping sites. Boracay has got you covered!
So, what are you waiting for? Book a flight today. Here are 10 reasons to travel alone for this year’s Boracay adventure.
While Boracay is a great place for travelers, its stunning locations can be ideal for writers in need of inspiration. Sometimes, however, it’s hard to come by. No matter how much a writer loves to write, there will always be moments when he or she needs a source of inspiration. Once inspiration comes, the resulting work can be excellent. As Victor Hugo put it, “Inspiration is a gift.”
Rated as one of the best travel destinations in the world, Boracay has plenty of inspiring spots to motivate writers. And with different Boracay backpackers accommodations, writers can conveniently choose according to preference and budget. Whether it’s for poetry, prose or journal writing, each Boracay tourist spot can spark a writer’s imagination. Visit these 7 awe-inspiring Boracay locations to awaken your passion.
Similar with the yuletide season, you can feel the fun in the air this summer. People are in a festive mood as if celebrating the glory of the sun. Students are on rest-mode and workers are ecstatic to use their accumulated leave credits. With the world in high spirits, what can go wrong? Well, a lot! There are risks of heat stroke and other heat-related illnesses, budget overdraft, and accidents while on out-of-town vacations. Boracay backpackers should be prepared for uncertainties, especially if it’s your first time. Before visiting a tourist spot in Boracay do some research especially on costing and safety measures. Whether you’re a Filipino or foreign tourist, you should take note of these 7 problems that can ruin your vacation and how to avoid them.
Many Boracay backpackers follow a rule: “Leave nothing but footprints, and take nothing but pictures.” It’s really lucky for us that they do, because the images that they share help inspire even those who can’t personally see the beauty of the place, and help those who are planning their own visit.
Of course, some destinations just aren’t as appealing as others. Boracay backpackers’ accommodations range from “good enough for decent sleep” to “doing Boracay right.” If there are any footprints you want to follow, it’s the ones that lead to the best experiences. To get an idea of what those are, check out these 23 Instagram photos of travelers who know how to quench their wanderlust.
Stress is regarded as one of today’s main killers. It is linked to a number of diseases, mental disorders, and accidents. The demands of our everyday lives, whether at home, in school or at work, result to a stressful and poor quality of life. Technology is another factor that drives our high-pressure society. There’s a constant need to stay connected and shared delusion that working harder than anybody else guarantees success. Taking a time off is not only advisable, it’s a necessity in maintaining one’s physical and mental health. This summer, go solo backpacking in Boracay on a budget!