There will only be 3,519 rooms available for tourists in Boracay once the island opens on October 26.
This after only 68 Boracay resorts were found to be compliant with the requirements of the DENR, the DILG, and accredited by the DOT that are allowed to accept booking reservations and operate on October 26 onwards.
In an advisory, the inter-agency task force supervising the Boracay rehabilitation advised the public to “avoid transactions with establishments that have not yet secured the neccessary clearances, permits and/or accreditation from the DOT, DENR, and DILG”.
The government also advised non-compliant establishments to delete or put on hold all online promotions and related collaterals until compliance with the government regulations shall have been accomplished.
“The actions of these non-compliant establishments in soliciting and/or accepting booking reservations may be considered deceptive and may subject them to civili liability,” the government advisory stated.
For a complete and updated list of the accredited Boracay resorts please see the link below: