Posted June 7, 2014
Written by Bert Dalida
The continuing hot weather is an advantage for the tourism industry in Boracay.
This is despite the public, particularly in the island, complaining about the extreme heat and humid air especially during the middle of the day and the afternoon.
According to DOT Boracay officer-in-charge Tim Ticar, many tourists enjoy the beach and the weather more so that it is not rainy and cold.
This also gives ease to the guests’ travelling, souvenir shopping and even bar hopping during the night.
Meanwhile, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Adminstration (PAGASA) has previously reported that the hottest temperature, which was recorded in Tugegarao City, reached up to 39 degrees Celsius, this year’s highest temperature before the onset of “habagat.”
Translated by Shelah Casiano