Tag Archives: Boracay


Boracay re-opens with new rules

The Philippines opens the doors Friday to a spruced up and newly regulated Boracay, its famous holiday island that was shuttered to mend decades of harm caused by unchecked tourism.


Riot police to be deployed for Boracay closure

The Philippines is set to deploy hundreds of riot police to top holiday island Boracay to keep travellers out and head off potential protests ahead of its six-month closure to tourists, the government said Tuesday.

Boracay Celebrates Day of the Dead

Boracay Celebrates Day of the Dead

From Monday, October 30 – Wednesday, November 1, 2017, Jose Cuervo, the world’s leading brand of tequila, brought back the spirit of Dia de Los Muertos to the Philippines for the second annual ‘Day of the Dead’ party in the white sandy shores of Boracay!

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Boracay Water celebrates 6th year, more programs to protect the island underway

Since it took over the operations from the Boracay Water and Sewerage System from the Philippine Tourism Authority in 2010, Boracay Water has made clean, safe, reliable potable water supply available to 6,379 service connections to meet the demands of residents, businesses, commercial establishments and 1,560,106 tourists that visit the Island yearly. It has also pioneered the installation of a large submarine pipe that connects the Island to a clean water source in Caticlan where supply is distributed via a network of more than 65 kilometers transmission and distribution lines.