Here Are The Things That Tourists Should Know About Boracay Dry-Run

Things That Tourists Should Know About Boracay Dry-Run

Here are some few things that the tourists and businesses should know about the most-anticipated Boracay Dry-run or soft opening.

On Monday (October 15, 2018), Boracay Island conducted it’s soft-opening welcoming the residents, establishments’ employees, and some tourists.

Boracay welcomed visitors again after six months of rehabilitation process to restore the island’s natural beauty.

Boracay Dry-Run

However, the government is implementing stricter rules and regulations on the island to ensure the success of its dry run.

Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat revealed that only 68 out of 455 hotels are only allowed to operate on the soft-opening of the country’s top tourist destination.

Boracay Dry-Run

Business establishments with no accreditation from the Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF) are not yet allowed to operate.

Puyat said that smoking and drinking in public places on the island are no longer allowed after the rehabilitation process to maintain cleanliness.

Boracay Dry-Run

The government only allows a maximum of 6,405 tourists per day to keep the order and peace on the island.

“Ine-enforce lang namin ang existing ordinance or batas,” Puyat said quoted by ABS-CBN.

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