Apr 01, 2020 to Jul 31, 2020
Alta Vista Blog
Powdery, white sand between your toes, sun kissing your shoulders while you float n turquoise waters staring longingly at the world’s most gorgeous sunset. Oh, Boracay. Never gets old.
You find yourself staring at your most recent Boracay vacation pictures, most recent being two years or more. And you ask yourself, what’s taking you so long to fly off to paradise again? And you think and you think until there’s not much besides a beach vacation on your mind.
How badly do you want to travel to Boracay? Let us count the signs.
Marriage is probably the most important partnership you'll ever enter. It involves a perpetual contract with another person whom you vow to be love and support “'til death do you part.” The significance of this coming together of two individuals, and their family and friends, deserves an unforgettable celebration. Alta Vista de Boracay is a stunning venue for your dream beach wedding. It offers a majestic view of Puka Beach and the rest of the picturesque Boracay while ensuring you and your guests privacy for your intimate event at the function hall. Calm your pre-wedding jitters in the infinity pool and de-stress in a post-event karaoke session.
Start preparing for one of the best moments of your life. Here's a dress guide for a beach wedding and some tips on how to make this day worth remembering.
“Look at that sea, girls — all silver and shadow and vision of things not seen. We couldn't enjoy its loveliness any more if we had millions of dollars and ropes of diamonds,” L.M. Montgomery wrote in her classic Anne of Green Gables. Book readers know the magic of beautifully descriptive words. They are shuttles that take you from one dimension to another. They are medicines to the weary heart and food for the hungry soul. Where do writers take inspiration in creating amazing works of literature? L.M. Montgomery couldn't have immortalized the natural beauty of Canada without witnessing it and truly breathing in its exquisiteness.
Have you been itching to have a beach vacation in Boracay, but your friends are just never free? Or are you the type who loves to travel on your own? It is time to stop hesitating and just give travelling solo in Boracay a try. While it has its risks, especially in terms of safety, it also has benefits that you would not want to miss. One of the advantages of going this route is the chance to experience traveling with strangers. Here’s a travel guide to help you learn about the ways you can make the experience both a meaningful and safe one.
Planning your first Boracay itinerary? The island, regarded as the one of the world's most beautiful, hosts more than a million local and foreign tourists each year. According to latest figures, more than 1.7 million tourists visited Boracay in 2016, 10.6 percent higher from the previous year. The top foreign visitors were from South Korea, China, Taiwan, Malaysia and the US. When you join a Boracay party, don't be surprised to see people from various parts of the world.
Before flying to the world-renowned tourist destination, know the do's and don’ts in dealing with new foreign acquaintances and friends. Here's an etiquette guide for hanging out with the global crowd.