When Boracay Island regains its charm
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The world-famous Boracay Island has started to regain its natural beauty after a six-month cleaned up and environmental restoration. Starting today, October 26, tourists all over the globe can once again enjoy the island’s immaculate shoreline and clear blue waters. As the idyllic island reopened its door to visitors, new rules meant to maintain its pristine condition are being implemented. Boracay is a tiny yet fascinating island located approximately 315 kilometers south of Manila and two kilometers off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region. This paradise island only stretches up to seven kilometers with a width of only one kilometer at its narrowest.
Ferrolino, M. L. F. (2018, October 26-27). When Boracay Island regains its charm. BusinessWorld, p. S2/12.
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Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Tourism; Environmental legislation; Sewage; Algal blooms; Algae; Ecotourism; Litter; Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Department of Tourism (DOT); Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Philippine National Police (PNP); Teo, Wanda T.; Bulalacao, John; Duterte, Rodrigo; Boracay
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