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Boracay’s stakeholders clamour for more marketing and promotions as foreign visitors...

Although Boracay’s carrying capacity is 6,405 people per day, only 10 to 15 per cent are foreign tourists, compared to 70 to 75 per...

Tourists flock to Boracay despite higher prices

Even though a number of hotels and resorts in Boracay have raised their rates by 15 to 20 per cent this year to reflect...

Trickle of tourists as Boracay reopens to domestic travellers

Boracay has reopened to tourists from the general community quarantine (GCQ) areas on Thursday (October 1), signalling a significant stride towards restarting the Philippines'...

Boracay’s tightening restrictions on beach activities may affect tourism

Industry players in Boracay are worried that the destination will stand to lose certain market segments following its prohibition of an upcoming beach volleyball...

Moratorium on new flights to Boracay gateways lifted

The Philippines’ Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has lifted the moratorium on new and additional scheduled and chartered flights to Boracay’s gateways, Caticlan and Kalibo,...

CAB mulls lifting moratorium on new flights to Boracay amid trade...

Update: An earlier version of the headline was incorrect. It has since been amended.   The Philippines' Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is studying the lifting of...

Philippines limits cruise ship and air arrivals into Boracay

Bent on implementing the new tourist carrying capacity in Boracay, the Philippine government has imposed limits on the size and number of ships, as...

Hard lessons from paradise

The six-month forced closure of Boracay was a clear lesson in sustainable tourism management for the Philippines. Now, six months since its reopening, Boracay’s comeback also brings up pointed questions about what was done right and issues that remain unresolved

Philippines mulls cruise tourism development plan amid Boracay concerns

The Philippines may have to revisit its cruise tourism development plan amid the ongoing overtourism challenge in Boracay, as the destination looks at reducing...

No room for complacency

The Philippines hospitality sector needs to be more competitive to attract more foreign brands and visitors, a substantial domestic market notwithstanding. By Rosa Ocampo

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