October 23, 2016

This Week in Boracay (October 23 to 29, 2016)

Stronger waves at the White Beach good for kiteboarding and wind surfing
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WEATHER ADVISORY

Habagat or the southwest monsoon still affects Boracay.


this week in Boracay October 2016

Beachfront establishments are required to use windbreakers during habagat season. (Photo by Writer)


Beachfront establishments still have windbreakers made of clear plastic or white screen on a bamboo pole. These windbreakers serve as protection from the sand brought by the strong winds at White Beach.

It will however be less gloomy this week in the island with a temperature ranging from 28°C to 32°C throughout the week. Intervals of cloudy and sunny weather will be experienced in the day while showers and thunderstorms are to be expected at night.




SIGHTSEEING TIPS



this week in Boracay October 2016

Some water activities are currently done at Bulabog Beach. (Photo by Writer)


Due to the habagat, some water activities like island hopping are suspended if the weather turns too bad. This has caused prices to drop from the regular rate of PhP800 per person down to PhP500 per person.

On the other hand, banana boat riding, fly fishing, and jet-ski riding are now held at Bulabog Beach since the water is calmer on the other side of the island.




this week in Boracay October 2016

Kiteboarders spotted at the White Beach during habagat season (Photo by Writer)


Meanwhile, kiteboarders and wind surfers can now enjoy their sports at the White Beach because of the stronger waves. Swimming is still allowed, but the public is advised to stay cautious.


MAJOR AND MACRO ENTERTAINMENT


Masquerade Ball


this week in Boracay October 2016

The Rotary Club of Boracy will host a masquerade ball this Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Megs Lunn)


The Rotary Club of Boracay will hold its 2nd Masquerade Ball: A Gala Dinner Event on October 27 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM at Henann Regency Resort & Spa. The event will be graced by actress Pinky Amador and Queen of MTV, Viktoria Agbayani. The proceeds of the event will go to the ongoing projects of the Rotary Club of Boracay.


Beach sports tournaments


this week in Boracay October 2016

Tourists can join the Ultimate Boracay Beach Soccer competitions. (Photo courtesy of Remy Marie del Rosario)


Meanwhile, the two-day Ultimate Boracay Beach Soccer tournament will open on October 29. The five-a-side beach football tournament will be held at the White Beach.

The search for the second Boracay Bikini Babe- Jeepney Fusion Sports Bar Bikini Competition will also be held on October 29. A free photo shoot and cash prizes await the winners. The event will be held at Fusion Sports Bar and Swingers Club at Bulabog Road, Balabag.


AIRPORT NEWS


WiFi connection


this week in Boracay October 2016

Travelers can now have free Wi-Fi access at Boracay Airport in Caticlan, Malay. (Photo by Writer)


Free wireless internet access is now available at Boracay Airport in Caticlan, Malay. Domestic and foreign tourists traveling to and from Boracay can now post social media updates while at the airport. The Wi-Fi facility is provided by PLDT and Smart Communications, Inc. with a backhaul of up to 1 gigabit per second.


LOCAL NEWS


Store relocation/renovation


this week in Boracay October 2016

The display at Boracay Bamboo Shades (Photo by Writer)


Boracay Bamboo Shades now has a bigger store at their new location at D’Mall Market. The store, formerly located beside Island Souvenirs in D’Mall is now located beside Insomnia Bar. It is known for its polarized bamboo shades. It has a smaller outlet at Bamboo Market located at the beachfront in Station 2.

Crazy Crepes at D’Mall is under renovation. Its beachfront store located in Station 2 near Pizza Hut remains operational.


Prices may vary during various seasons.


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Karen Bermejo

Karen started her writing career in 2011 right after graduating from college. After more than three years of writing for a daily newspaper in Iloilo, she decided to transfer in Boracay Island to have a fresh start. She currently works as a writer and editor for a weekly-regional newspaper in the island and contributes for other publications too. Aside from her passion for journalism, she has an unswerving desire for travel.

Karen Bermejo

Karen started her writing career in 2011 right after graduating from college. After more than three years of writing for a daily newspaper in Iloilo, she decided to transfer in Boracay Island to have a fresh start. She currently works as a writer and editor for a weekly-regional newspaper in the island and contributes for other publications too. Aside from her passion for journalism, she has an unswerving desire for travel.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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October 23, 2016

This Week in Boracay (October 23 to 29, 2016)

Stronger waves at the White Beach good for kiteboarding and wind surfing

WEATHER ADVISORY

Habagat or the southwest monsoon still affects Boracay.


this week in Boracay October 2016

Beachfront establishments are required to use windbreakers during habagat season. (Photo by Writer)


Beachfront establishments still have windbreakers made of clear plastic or white screen on a bamboo pole. These windbreakers serve as protection from the sand brought by the strong winds at White Beach.

It will however be less gloomy this week in the island with a temperature ranging from 28°C to 32°C throughout the week. Intervals of cloudy and sunny weather will be experienced in the day while showers and thunderstorms are to be expected at night.




SIGHTSEEING TIPS



this week in Boracay October 2016

Some water activities are currently done at Bulabog Beach. (Photo by Writer)


Due to the habagat, some water activities like island hopping are suspended if the weather turns too bad. This has caused prices to drop from the regular rate of PhP800 per person down to PhP500 per person.

On the other hand, banana boat riding, fly fishing, and jet-ski riding are now held at Bulabog Beach since the water is calmer on the other side of the island.




this week in Boracay October 2016

Kiteboarders spotted at the White Beach during habagat season (Photo by Writer)


Meanwhile, kiteboarders and wind surfers can now enjoy their sports at the White Beach because of the stronger waves. Swimming is still allowed, but the public is advised to stay cautious.


MAJOR AND MACRO ENTERTAINMENT


Masquerade Ball


this week in Boracay October 2016

The Rotary Club of Boracy will host a masquerade ball this Thursday. (Photo courtesy of Megs Lunn)


The Rotary Club of Boracay will hold its 2nd Masquerade Ball: A Gala Dinner Event on October 27 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM at Henann Regency Resort & Spa. The event will be graced by actress Pinky Amador and Queen of MTV, Viktoria Agbayani. The proceeds of the event will go to the ongoing projects of the Rotary Club of Boracay.


Beach sports tournaments


this week in Boracay October 2016

Tourists can join the Ultimate Boracay Beach Soccer competitions. (Photo courtesy of Remy Marie del Rosario)


Meanwhile, the two-day Ultimate Boracay Beach Soccer tournament will open on October 29. The five-a-side beach football tournament will be held at the White Beach.

The search for the second Boracay Bikini Babe- Jeepney Fusion Sports Bar Bikini Competition will also be held on October 29. A free photo shoot and cash prizes await the winners. The event will be held at Fusion Sports Bar and Swingers Club at Bulabog Road, Balabag.


AIRPORT NEWS


WiFi connection


this week in Boracay October 2016

Travelers can now have free Wi-Fi access at Boracay Airport in Caticlan, Malay. (Photo by Writer)


Free wireless internet access is now available at Boracay Airport in Caticlan, Malay. Domestic and foreign tourists traveling to and from Boracay can now post social media updates while at the airport. The Wi-Fi facility is provided by PLDT and Smart Communications, Inc. with a backhaul of up to 1 gigabit per second.


LOCAL NEWS


Store relocation/renovation


this week in Boracay October 2016

The display at Boracay Bamboo Shades (Photo by Writer)


Boracay Bamboo Shades now has a bigger store at their new location at D’Mall Market. The store, formerly located beside Island Souvenirs in D’Mall is now located beside Insomnia Bar. It is known for its polarized bamboo shades. It has a smaller outlet at Bamboo Market located at the beachfront in Station 2.

Crazy Crepes at D’Mall is under renovation. Its beachfront store located in Station 2 near Pizza Hut remains operational.


Prices may vary during various seasons.


Also Read...

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Karen Bermejo

Karen started her writing career in 2011 right after graduating from college. After more than three years of writing for a daily newspaper in Iloilo, she decided to transfer in Boracay Island to have a fresh start. She currently works as a writer and editor for a weekly-regional newspaper in the island and contributes for other publications too. Aside from her passion for journalism, she has an unswerving desire for travel.

Karen Bermejo

Karen started her writing career in 2011 right after graduating from college. After more than three years of writing for a daily newspaper in Iloilo, she decided to transfer in Boracay Island to have a fresh start. She currently works as a writer and editor for a weekly-regional newspaper in the island and contributes for other publications too. Aside from her passion for journalism, she has an unswerving desire for travel.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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