Days before the Holy Week break, Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan is “almost full,” according to the Boracay Foundation.

In a radio interview on Monday, March 25, Boracay Foundation board member Neneth Graf said there are hotels and other accommodation establishments in the island that still accept guests.

“Hindi pa 100 percent puno pero it’s getting there. Meron pang makukuhang rooms.”

Graf noted that the island, which is known for its white sand, water activities and vibrant nightlife, welcomes 6,000 to 8,000 visitors a day.

Malacañang declared March 28 (Maundy Thursday) and March 29, (Good Friday) as regular holidays, and March 30 (Black Saturday) as a special non-working day.IMT