Boracay felt more like a second home to your barkada. Every year, you take time out of your busy schedule to hang out on your favorite island. With the Boracay closure keeping you from traveling to Boracay, you’re probably starting to miss your barkada. Here’s a list that may remind you of your favorite Boracay barkada.
Everyone wants to be the first to experience the new and improved Boracay. Have you made your preparations yet? Beyond the usual travel preparations, make sure you add responsible tourism in the mix. If the Boracay closure taught us anything, it’s that we can lose the things we love if we do not take care of them. Read on to learn about the preparations you should be making for a more eco-friendly travel!
More than just to have a relaxing time at the Alta Vista de Boracay, you travel to Boracay for the exhilarating sports offered on the island. Whatever your idea of fun is, you are sure to find just the Boracay activities package to match your needs. Learn about the beach sports you can experience while in Boracay.
Should you travel to Boracay during the peak or off-peak season? When is the best time to visit the island? Deciding the best travel dates for your holiday in Boracay can be a little tricky. You will have to choose between traveling in the wetter yet less busy months or in the sunnier yet more crowded months. While Boracay can be enjoyed throughout the year, there is still the optimal time for you. Allow this expat’s travel guide to help you wade through your options.
The province of Aklan shares the same dilemma as the provinces that are less popular and relevant than one of its cities or islands. Baguio City is to Benguet as Boracay is to Aklan. There’s also Siargao and Davao City in the lesser known provinces of Surigao del Norte and Davao del Sur, respectively.