If you’re reading the news, then chances are you know that the municipal council of Malay, Aklan, which covers the island resort of Boracay, has passed an ordinance to regulate drinking of alcoholic beverages in public areas of the island including its beaches.
Tourists and travelers love beaches in Batangas for many reasons. The province itself is known for picturesque landscapes, pristine beaches and breathe-taking dive spots but other than that, Batanguenos also pride themselves for their delicacies and cuisines.
When travelling to the Philippines to visit some of the best diving spots in the island, it is easy to think that you will be blessed with good weather. With only 2 definite seasons (wet and dry), this is not always the case.
If your stress pie is comprised mainly of work or school, then summer is the best season to finally take a vacation. Of course, not everybody has the time nor money to book flights and go on out-of-the-country, let alone out-of-town trips. This is where Eagle Point Beach and Diving Resort comes in.
When the rainy weather comes in, it’s difficult not to imagine spending your days in a breathtaking beach like here at Eagle Point Beach and Diving Resort in Batangas. But sometimes, spending too long a time under the heat can get you sunburn, and that is not a situation you want to be in.