Travelling is an exciting journey for many, may it be for people doing it for the first time or someone who has been doing it for a long time. The world is a beautiful place to explore, with lots of distinct cultures to discover, food to taste, and people to meet. For millennials such as myself, we ought to find that specific location to take aesthetically beautiful photos to post on our Instagram accounts.
When thinking of a place to visit, one would usually consider the most popular destinations like Japan, Korea, and France, to name a few. But if you’re one who wants to experience the tropical country with a plethora of the most stunning beaches you’ll ever see, then the Philippines is for you. It is home to approximately 7,197 islands, so that in itself is not only amazing, but it makes it hard for one to decide which ones to visit.
In this article, I am going to recommend one of the most beautiful islands in the country that is widely-known not only to the locals but also to people around the globe.
To most people who have ever been to Boracay, the first thing they’ll probably tell you is about the stunning white sand beaches and clear blue waters that surrounds it. It became even better after the six months rehabilitation process it underwent to protect the island from over-development and to resolve certain issues that’s damaging the beauty of the island.
Boracay can be a safe haven to everyone who visits it. You’ll feel the serenity the calming waves bring and meet the warm and friendly locals who treasure the island. Not to mention that you get to enjoy the different water sports and activities that will take up most of your time, which is a good thing since you’re there to enjoy the beach. Afterwards, you’ll realize that the fun doesn’t end when the sun sets. The nightlife is colorful with many restaurants and bars for you to chill and cool down after a tiring but exciting day.
If you’re planning on going there either alone or with your friends or family, you’ll surely enjoy Boracay not just as an island for one to visit, but also to feel like it is your home away from home.