Tourist Cap for Boracay: Government Eyeing Limited Entry When it Reopens

Boracay tourist cap

The number of tourists entering Boracay may be limited once it re-opens after rehabilitation. A daily tourist cap may be implemented to protect Boracay and its natural resources. Though nothing is final yet, the scheme is carefully being studied. Tourist cap: the number of tourists entering the island will be limited once it reopens. (Inquirer photo) According More...

by Jason Lewis Corpuz | Published 1 week ago
Miss Universe 2019 Boracay
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Boracay closed April 26
By Randy Antonio On Thursday, April 5th, 2018

Boracay Closed for 6 Months Starting April 26: Who’s to Blame for this ‘Calamity’?

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