Summer wouldn’t be summer without going to the beach.
Since most of us weren’t able to fully experience summer last year due to the community quarantine, the need to just go to the beach is at an all-time high right now - and we perfectly understand. Add to that the quarantine fatigue that just seems to not go away, the itch to dig your toes in the sand and to swim in the refreshing ocean can be somewhat desperate.
Now, if there’s one beach destination that is on top of our mind to go to, it would be Boracay.
Ever since its island overall clean-up, we know most of you haven’t been backed there yet. That’s why it’s exactly the perfect beach destination to go to this summer.
Just imagine the crystal blue waters, fine white sand, and luscious thick forest… Boracay is the tropical paradise you need to visit as soon you can this summer.
Photo from Trip.com
A couple of things to remember when traveling to Boracay this Summer…
The pandemic is still pretty much here and though the vaccines have started rolling out in our country, practicing health and safety measures are still in place.
COVID-19 Testing - A negative RT-PCR test or Saliva Test taken 72 hours before your departure must be presented before you’re allowed to travel.
Flight Booking - When booking your flight, take note that your flight schedule should be within 72 hours from the time you took your RT-PCR/Saliva test and not when you received the results.
Confirmed Accredited Hotel Booking - You will need to secure a hotel reservation at an accredited accommodation listed by the local government.
Health Declaration Form - Complete the official health declaration form found in https://www.touristboracay.com/. Don’t forget to select BORACAY.
Travelers will need to disclose personal information, valid ID information, flight and hotel booking details, travel history, and itinerary as part of the declaration form. You will then need to email copies of these along with a valid government-issued ID to email@example.com.
Boracay Tourist QR Code - Should there be no problem with your submitted requirements, you will then receive your Boracay Tourist QR Code. Save it on your phone as it will be checked upon your arrival at Caticlan airport, and every establishment you enter on the island.
Once you arrived, all passengers will be directed to border control immediately. Here, you will need to present the following:
Boarding Pass with Seat Number
Body Temperature will be taken onsite
Boracay Tourist QR Code
Face masks and face shields should be worn throughout the flight and upon arrival and social distancing should be practiced at all times.
On the Island
Masks and Face shields are required to be worn all throughout your stay.
Keep your Tourist QR Code with you at all times.
Follow all health and safety measures in every establishment on the island including restaurants and shops.
You can only swim from 6 AM to 6 PM.
There is an 11 PM curfew for all of the island.
You can still enjoy water sports like parasailing, jet-skiing, paddle boarding, etc, however, the capacity is reduced for the time being.
You can still use public transportations within the island however capacity is reduced for the time being.
Safe stays while in Boracay
With RedDoorz HygienePass Certified Hotels within Boracay, you are assured of safe and sanitized stays during your summer trip.
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