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Boracay 'New Normal' Travel Tips You Should Consider For Safe Travel

Safety is paramount.

By: Mira Maestrecampo | April 04, 2022
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Enjoy this year’s Boracay summer trip in good, healthy condition amidst the new normal of this pandemic time.

Images: Discovery Shores Boracay Facebook page

Tourists can now head to Boracay this summer with less hassle since travel restrictions have been eased as it transitions to the new normal, and travelers, summer goers, and even locals have flocked to revisit and revive the energy of the famous Boracay Island.

Since early March 2022, tourists and travel visits to Boracay have already reached its pre-pandemic number of arrivals. It is a sign that Boracay is slowly becoming open to everybody and more welcoming to travelers and beachgoers, leaving the people no other choice but to live with the virus and adapt to the new normal setup of travel, lifestyle, and vacation activities.

The responsibility of healthy and safe traveling is now in the hands of every individual, and the government fully entrusts the public that they would be consistent in following the safety tips and sanitation protocols. Everyone is encouraged to do and apply the safety tips that follow to have a more enjoyable summer experience in Boracay.

This summer, it is essential for beach travelers to keep track of their health and apply simple self-care tips to protect themselves both inside and out. These convenient health tips will allow travelers to travel more energetic and enjoyable to the famous Boracay Island for this year’s summer.

First and foremost is the proper wearing of face masks under the new normal situation, especially in public and crowded places in Boracay. People will not surely miss going to clubs and enjoying the night, but travelers and tourists can protect themselves by wearing their face masks correctly for maximum safety and precaution. Meanwhile, when you are lying and enjoying the warm sun in the sand, a person can still take off their mask, provided they maintain social distance from strangers and beachgoers around.

Boracay is expected to have hotter and humid weather, and it can dehydrate you without even knowing it. Constantly hydrating and eating vegetables, fruits, and other ‘glow’ food can also contribute to that beach glow that everyone is aiming for. It is crucial to bring a few water bottles to keep yourself hydrated when taking a stroll. Boracay is also conveniently surrounded by many restaurants and food stalls, so access to clean drinking water is not that hard, and this health tip is always essential to remember.

Another health tip applicable when having a summer vacation on Boracay is going to spas to treat yourself with well-deserved rest. Taking a break at one of Boracay’s well-esteemed spas is an effective way to incorporate a balance of the mind and body while indulging in a therapeutic nap and relaxing, calm ambiance of the beach.

The last thing you would want to happen to your Boracay trip is getting sick or not being well since you cannot fully enjoy the summer getaway that has always been planned since the start of the lockdown and the pandemic state. It is essential to be cautious of the surroundings; constant reminders of wearing face masks and frequent sanitation are still a must. The Department of Health emphasizes that washing hands regularly and properly will lessen the risk of catching the virus.

The sun at the beach is also to human advantage since, as we all know, the sun is a natural Vitamin D source. This vitamin is proven to support further the immune system, which can maximize a traveler’s protection from any virus or complicated sickness.

Walking early in the morning or even a late afternoon jogging along the beach are great ways to improve the immune system.

After a memorable Boracay summer trip, maintaining these health tips is still applicable after this year’s summer excursion since no one knows when the coronavirus disease will surge again. In the new normal setup, Boracay continues to open its doors to all travelers of any age and nationality. It is strongly advised that everyone must still be cautious and not be complacent about having an enjoyable, safe, and memorable summer trip to Boracay.

Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more travel and COVID-19 updates and guidelines in Boracay and Iloilo!

All details and information in this article are true and accurate as of the publication date. However, while we are making our utmost effort to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, the condition surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be unpredictable, and the situation is developing rapidly. Hence, some information and recommendations may have changed since this article was published. For the latest advice, visit DOH and your LGU's official websites.

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About Mira Maestrecampo
Mira - with a long surname - is a girl who dreams of becoming a news anchor someday, in God's perfect time. She loves to read books and eat different kinds of cheesy or saucy food. A coffee addict and a dog lover, she loves long hugs, hot coffee on an afternoon break with friends, or simply sleeping all day with her stuffed unicorns.
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