Dec 01, 2020 to Dec 01, 2021
Alta Vista Blog
Boracay is known all over the world for its marvelous white sand beaches. But did you know that the island also offers stunning views under the sea? Scuba diving is highly recommended when visiting Boracay! While scuba diving may seem intimidating and expensive, these 5 accessible sites near Alta Vista de Boracay will save you time, money, and effort.
December is festive not only because of the holidays, but it is also that time of the year for weddings. The weather is chilly and everyone’s bursting with love. While it is winter and snowing in other parts of the world, temperatures in tropical Philippines dropped only a bit. For engaged couples, this only means they can have a beach wedding in December in one of the world’s best beaches, Boracay.
You may think of beaches as summer destinations, and not really your first choice for Christmas vacations. But in countries where the climate is temperate, any month of the year is a good time to enjoy the beach. Such is the case in the Philippines, so it is no wonder December remains to be peak season for Boracay travel. Although the coolest time of the year, Boracay temperatures in December remain moderate at high 20s. So go ahead and book a Boracay accommodation this Christmas season, and enjoy the many fun activities and attractions the island offers.
Sure you love the city for its conveniences and pulsating energy, but even the most city-loving peeps could use an escape from the hustle and bustle of urban living. Take the time off from the congested city and head over to Boracay Island. With its blue waters, white sands, stunning sunsets, your Boracay vacation will feel like stepping right into postcard. Learn more about why Boracay is your perfect escape from the city!
Owing to its postcard-perfect stretch of white sand and turquoise waters, Boracay remains to be the Philippine’s top tourists draw. The island’s attractions go beyond just the sand and the sea, with nearby airports making travel convenient and countless accolades keeping it in the spotlight. What many tourists fail to realize is that there are nearby gems they have yet to explore. From museums to inland forests, you will find many attractions that are worth a side trip. Here are five you should add to your list!