The reopening of Boracay is just around the corner! It’s time to plan for your much awaited Boracay vacation. Learn about the best ways to go to Boracay and the activities you must take part in. Here’s an itinerary for 3 days and 2 nights in Boracay. From finding the best accommodation and transportation options to having water adventures and relaxing massages, you’re set for a marvelous time in the newer and better Boracay.
Here’s a Boracay cleanup update that will surely make your day: after six long months of waiting, the ever popular tourist spot will finally be reopened this October — this according to Interior Undersecretary Epimaco Densing III in a radio interview. Set to be reopened on October 26, the island is nearly back in its former glory, thanks to the initiative of the national government to do a major overhaul of the entire island.
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.
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.
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.