Save Boracay disperse
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More people (the unofficial count being 1.5 million tourists) meant more individuals indulging in water activities such as jet skiing, banana boat ride, and parasailing-all known to damage Boracay's coral system and marine habitat. And the island's beautiful water wasn't the only issue for concern. The crowd covered most of Boracay's pristine powdery-white sand, literally making it a challenge to find one's place under the sun. Tons of garbage was left in the wake of LaBoracay, and cause for real concern regarding the island's environmental measures surfaced.
Lorenzo, M. L. (2015, April 26). Save Boracay disperse. Manila Bulletin, pp. G-1, G-4.
- Manila Bulletin