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Boracay Awaits You! Now Open To Travelers in the Philippines | 2021 Travel Guide and Updates


As we welcome our local travelers to the island of paradise, take a look at the safety measures our partners are practicing to keep you safe and healthy. Wake up to Boracay! 


The world-renowned island resort will be open to all local travelers in the Philippines starting October 1, 2020. 


Here’s a quick guide on the requirements, processes, and health and safety protocols for a more seamless and enjoyable visit to the island paradise of Boracay. 


•Boracay accepts tourist from the MGCQ, GCQ and NCR (Alert Level 4).
•Tourists aged 18-65 from NCR (Alert Level 4) will be allowed beginning September 16, 2021.

Here are the latest requirements as of September 15, 2021


Via Caticlan Airport:


TOURISTS coming from GCQ / MGCQ areas


I. Have the following documentary requirements ready:

▪︎Negative RT-PCR test result (swab or saliva) with 72 hours validity for non-Aklanon tourists
▪︎Hotel reservation from DOT accredited establishment with CAO
▪︎Government Issued ID
▪︎Travel details
▪︎SPass - https://s-pass.ph/

II. Get OHDC through touristboracay.com.

Steps: Choose Boracay - Fill-up the boxes - Follow instructions on the OHDC receipt

Via Kalibo Airport:


RETURNING RESIDENTS


I. Have the following documentary requirements ready:

▪︎Negative RT-PCR test result with 72 hours validity (swab or saliva) if coming from outside Western Visayas
▪︎ Notice of Coordination (NOC) or Letter of Acceptance from LGU-Malay (email request to lgumalayaklan2@yahoo.com)
▪︎Government Issued ID indicating Boracay as home residence
▪︎Travel details
▪︎Spass - https://s-pass.ph/

II. Get OHDC through touristboracay.com.

Steps: Choose Aklan - Choose Mode of Transportation - Choose TRAVELERS - Fill-up the boxes - Follow instructions on the OHDC receipt

APOR (Authorized Person Outside of Residence)


I. Have the following documentary requirements ready:

▪︎Travel or mission order (APOR-NG)
▪︎LGU Malay Acceptance (PRIVATE APOR)
▪︎Negative RT-PCR test result with 72 hours validity (swab or saliva) except for Personnel of listed National Government Agencies and their attached offices and Aklanon workers
▪︎Hotel reservation from DOT accredited establishment with CAO
▪︎Government Issued ID
▪︎Travel details
▪︎SPass - https://s-pass.ph/

II. Get OHDC through touristboracay.com.

Steps: Choose Aklan - Choose Mode of Transportation - Choose TRAVELERS - Fill-up the boxes - Follow instructions on the OHDC receipt

Note:

▪︎For pending SPass and QR code, to follow-up - call 09398780715/ 09755809013
Or email:
touristboracay@gmail.com - For Tourists

aklantraveller@gmail.com - For Residents and Apors


Source:

Malay-Boracay Tourism Office



WELCOME BACK TO BORACAY

Being the Philippines’ top tourist draw and most famous beach took its toll on the island of Boracay. After taking a break for 6 months, Boracay reopens greener than ever—and everything is pristine like never before. Learn more about the new Boracay and be prepared to fall in love all over again.


With glorious White Beach and the country's best island nightlife on its resume, it's easy to understand why Boracay is the Philippines' top tourist draw. Alas, the tiny island proved too popular for its own good: In 2018 Boracay was placed in "rehab," closed for 6 months to ease the strain on its fragile environment and fix the infrastructure and carrying capacity.


Meet the new Boracay. The most noticeable improvements? Cleaner beaches with no more annoying obstructions, a wider main road, new sidewalks, better drainages, and more e-trikes. But perhaps the biggest change is one of attitude. Islanders have collectively developed a green streak, with everybody from resort owners to paraw (native sailboats) skippers buying into Boracay's newly forged identity as a model for sustainable tourism development. There are those who love the new Boracay and those who prefer the old. But this debate probably won't concern you much when you're digging your feet into the sand on White Beach and taking in the Philippines' most famous sunset. Parasails, seabirds, frisbees, and paraw cut across the technicolor horizon, while palm trees -some newly planted - whisper in the breeze and reggae wafts through the air. Boracay remains a master mixologist of that mellow island vibe.



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