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Wetland #8

Gokongwei’s JGSOC and DENR renew partnership to preserve Boracay Island’s wetlands

Gokongwei’s JG Summit Olefins Corporation (JGSOC) and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) have renewed their partnership to continue the preservation and rehabilitation of Boracay Island’s wetlands. The agreement, signed on November 16, 2023, extends JGSOC’s stewardship of Boracay Wetland No. 8, a 1.8-hectare area in Barangay Manoc-Manoc, Aklan, for another three years....

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Easter Celebration at Paradise Garden’s Sunsetview Restaurant

Easter Celebration at Paradise Garden’s Sunsetview Restaurant

Paradise Garden Resort Hotel and Convention Center Boracay’s Sunsetview Restaurant is set to host an exciting Easter Sunday celebration on March 31, 2024, from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM. The event, dubbed “Easter Feast and Fun Lunch Buffet,” promises a day filled with joy, love, and excitement, featuring a delicious meal against the backdrop of...

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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...

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Nabaoy River courtesy of TripAdvisor

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...

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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...

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Experience the Best of Boracay in February

Experience the Best of Boracay in February

As January bids farewell and the love month of February starts to fill the air, there’s no better time to plan a getaway to the ultimate destination that is Boracay. February beckons with its unique charm, offering local and foreign guests a tranquil escape and a myriad of experiences that make this tropical paradise even...

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Budget-Friendly Bites in Boracay for Thrifty Travelers

Budget-Friendly Bites in Boracay for Thrifty Travelers

For students, backpackers, and budget-conscious travelers exploring Boracay, a culinary adventure awaits without breaking the bank. Start your day at Jonah’s Fruit Shake & Snack Bar, where not only can you enjoy refreshing fruit shakes but also indulge in affordable meals. The laid-back beachside setting adds to the charm, making it a perfect spot for...

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Discovering Boracay Beyond its Beaches: Exploring the Splendor of Mount Luho

Discovering Boracay Beyond its Beaches: Exploring the Splendor of Mount Luho

Boracay is a name synonymous with pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and vibrant nightlife. But there’s a hidden gem nestled amidst this paradise that often goes unnoticed amid the allure of its coastline—Mount Luho. Rising proudly as the highest point on Boracay Island, Mount Luho stands tall at 112 meters above sea level. Don’t worry; you...