As Boracay reopening happens today, a lot of things were prohibited by the government officials to keep the world-famous island clean and peaceful.
Aklan and other Western Visayas residents were some of the people that given the chance to visit the very much missed island today for their dry run.
Department of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat stated that the island’s dry run is essential to assure Boracay’s operation will be smooth on October 26.
Sec. Puyat also stated that 68 establishments with 3,519 rooms are only available on the island as of today. Tourists may only book hotels that are listed on the official website and social media pages of DOT.
As Boracay reopens, here are the things to remember before and after arriving on the island.
Boracay Reopening: Do’s and Dont’s on the rehabilitated island
Boracay will officially reopen on October 26. For now, the island is still under dry run that will last up to 10 days.
Even now that the world-famous island is somehow back to its original state, roads going to Boracay are still under renovation.
With the said prohibitions on the island, hopefully, years from now, Filipinos and tourists may still enjoy yet keep the Boracay island clean and pleasant.
What other activities and events should be banned in the rehabilitated island? Let us know in the comments below!