If you are planning to explore the Philippines, this place is one the must visit in your bucket list. There are so many reasons why you should choose Boracay, either for tourism or even permanent residency.
Did you know that there have been a great increase of visitors in Boracay? According to the NSCB’s Fact Sheet for the island, there is a 20.03 % increase in the numbers of tourist from 2009 up to 2010. Imagine how much more the increase in numbers of tourist on the island will be from 2010 to 2015?
Here some of the top reasons on why those statistical data keep zooming up:
Wedding and Honeymoon
Wedding is one of the most important life event that every couple dreamed of. And Boracay is just a perfect location for a beach wedding. The place is so nice and the view is very beautiful. Many celebrities had their wedding at resorts in Boracay. A very good example is Jon Herrera and Patti Grandidge in May 2013. You can visit brideandbreakfast.ph to see the details of their wedding and other celebrities too.
The island is perfect for all kinds of family vacation or even for your own relaxation. There are plenty of activities for you and your family to spend your vacation. Enjoy the most impressive viewpoint of the island at Mount Luho, the natural rock formations at Boracay Rock, the most photographed landmark in the island – Willy’s Rock, the beautiful live coral beds at the south part of the white beach, the must visit caves, forest and wooded area, the gateway arc, the Seashell Museum, and the Butterfly Garden. That’s a ton of activities to do for your loved ones. Let them have fun while exploring those great and one of a kind island landmarks and activities.
Aside from what those enumerated above, one of the best part of choosing Boracay is its white sand beaches! Summer is best spent in Boracay, for all the fun can be enjoyed, zip line, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, banana boat, sun bathing, and many more! I saw this video from YouTube, a couple enjoying all those summer activities and fun vacation in the island.