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Keeping Faith Alive with Churches to Visit in Boracay

Keeping Faith Alive with Churches to Visit in Boracay

Boracay has always been a favorite vacation spot to many. For those who wish to keep their spirituality intact while enjoying the island’s offerings, there are several churches where you can attend services, pray, and find peace amidst the bustling tourist destination. Here’s a guide to some of the churches you can visit in Boracay during your vacation. Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church Located in Balabag, this Catholic church is a spiritual oasis for many tourists and locals alike. A must-visit for its serene ambiance and beautiful architecture, this church is known for its vibrant stained...

DOE Assures the public of adequate power supply Despite El Niño

DOE Assures the public of adequate power supply Despite El Niño

The Department of Energy (DOE) assured the public on Thursday that despite the challenges posed by the ongoing El Niño phenomenon, the power supply in the country remains sufficient to meet the needs of both residents and tourists. Energy Secretary Raphael P.M. Lotilla emphasized that there is currently an adequate supply of power, thanks to the good and ample water supply in the dams. “There is right now adequate supply but we will continuously monitor… the dams, (which have) good and adequate water supply,” Energy Secretary Raphael P.M. Lotilla told reporters in chance remarks on Thursday. While El Niño has...

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Nabaoy River – Boracay’s Lifeline for Fresh Water

Boracay owes its vibrant beauty not only to its stunning beaches but also to its reliable source of fresh water. Nabaoy River plays a vital role as Boracay’s main source of this precious resource. Nabaoy River serves as a lifeline for the island’s water supply. This meandering river collects rainwater from the surrounding mountains and channels it towards Boracay’s water treatment facilities. The water is carefully harnessed and purified, ensuring a safe and clean water supply for both residents and visitors. The sustainable management of Nabaoy River is crucial to Boracay’s ecosystem. Local authorities and environmental organizations must work hand...

Northwest Panay Peninsula Park as seen from Boracay

The Vital Role of Northwest Panay Peninsula Natural Park in Boracay’s Ecosystem

The Northwest Panay Peninsula Natural Park is a protected area located in Western Visayas which plays a significant role in the ecosystem of Boracay. This natural park is not just a beacon of biodiversity, but it also serves as a vital lifeline, providing water to over 100,000 inhabitants that includes the residents and tourists of Boracay. The forest within NPPNP ensures a steady supply of water all year round by channeling water from the rains into a system of springs and rivers. Unlike many regions in the Philippines, the Northwest Panay Peninsula still harbors significant stands of lowland primary rainforest....

A Call to Take Care of the Environment to Preserve Boracay

A Call to Take Care of the Environment to Preserve Boracay

Boracay, a top destination and tropical paradise in the Philippines, has long been renowned for its white sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant marine life. However, the rapid development and influx of tourists have taken a toll on this once idyllic island. It is crucial now more than ever to recognize the importance of taking care of the surrounding environment and preserving Boracay’s natural beauty for future generations to enjoy. One compelling reason to take care of the environment in and around Boracay is to protect its delicate ecosystems. The island and its neighboring territories are home to a diverse...

Boosting Sustainable Tourism DOT Rolls Out Nationwide Training Program with AIM & ATOP

Boosting Sustainable Tourism; DOT Rolls Out Nationwide Training Program with AIM & ATOP

In a landmark move to promote sustainable tourism across the Philippines, the Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched an innovative training program for tourism officers in partnership with the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Association of Tourism Officers of the Philippines (ATOP). The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for this initiative was signed at the DOT Central Office in Makati City on February 15, heralding a new era of eco-conscious travel and tourism management in the country. Under the guidance of DOT Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco and ATOP National President Junel Ann Divinagracia, this collaboration aims to empower tourism...

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Philippine Tourism Awards Reinstated to Celebrate Excellence and Innovation in the Tourism Sector

In a significant move to recognize and honor the contributions of various stakeholders in the tourism industry, the Department of Tourism (DOT) has reintroduced the Philippine Tourism Awards (PTA). This prestigious initiative aims to foster a spirit of healthy competition and elevate the standards of excellence within the tourism sector. During a ceremony at the Philippine International Convention Center on February 2, DOT Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco highlighted the awards as a celebration of the entire tourism value chain’s excellence. She emphasized the vital role of tourism as a major economic pillar, offering employment to millions and supporting livelihoods across...