Have you seen Boracay Island’s other beaches? Boracay and White Beach have always been used interchangeably since the latter has always been the island’s biggest crowd-drawer. But do you know, or have ever visited, the more than 12 other beaches of Boracay Island? Some of these beaches look just as
You’ve probably been to Boracay and done it all—parasailing, paraw sailing, island hopping, bar hopping. You’ve probably rolled down a hill inside a huge plastic ball and hopped on a horse too, for good measure. Year after year, there’s always an addition to the already long list of can-dos and
2013 • 07 • 24 “I have to say that I LOVE all the Filipinos,” she writes in one of her posts about the Philippines. “They are super helpful, nice, smiling all the time, hardly ever in bad mood.” Just like on many travelers who have set foot on Philippine
2013 • 07 • 08 We’re on a roll! Remember when we said 2013 could be the Year of Philippine Beaches? Earlier this year, many beaches in the country were included in various lists of top island destinations, compiled by various travel websites and magazines. The recognitions keep on coming!
2013 • 06 • 25 There are many questions that travel bloggers can answer easily. How to get there. Where to stay. What to do in a certain destination. But if you want them to stop dead in their tracks and give them a hard time, ask them what their
2013 • 06 • 24 Good news to all our friends and fans in Singapore! Boracay just got one step closer! Tiger Airways Philippines will start flying to Kalibo straight from Singapore on July 18, 2013. Tiger is the first and only airline to operate this route. The direct flights
2013 • 03 • 15 White Beach, Boracay dominated the list of the Best Beaches in Asia in the recent 2013 Traveler’s Choice Awards by popular travel forum website TripAdvisor. White Beach, the most popular stretch in Boracay, bested 24 other Asian beaches. The site described the destination as “stunningly beautiful white
2013 • 02 • 25 Katia Kalyani is the founder of Ocean Hour Philippines, the world’s first international weekly clean-up of Philippine waters. She started out as a volunteer for Ocean Hour, invited family members and friends to join, and eventually encouraged businesses to support their cause. She currently organizes