Situated 300 kms south of Manila, Philippines, Boracay Island is the country’s premier beach destination and a top tourism haven. It is well known for its exotic landscape, pristine beaches, and laidback island lifestyle and culture.
Being an island of the Municipality of Malay, Aklan, right at the Northwestern tip of Panay Island, Boracay offers beaches, coves, scenic viewpoints and a multinational population. It also has access to the mountains and wildlife reserves of Antique, as well as many historical, natural and ecological attractions.
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The Ninoy Aquino International Airport or NAIA also known as Manila International Airport (IATA: MNL, ICAO: RPLL), is the airport serving the general area of Manila and its surrounding metropolitan area. The 16-gate terminal currently services all international flights coming into Manila, except for those operated by Cebu Pacific Air, Air Philippines, Philippine Airlines and All Nippon Air. Its 84 check-in counters and 22 immigration stations process the daily stream of passengers departing for various worldwide ports, while 20 immigration and 26 customs stations speed up the flow of arriving travellers. NAIA Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Philippine Airlines for both its domestic and international flights. It is divided into two wings: the North Wing, for international flights, and the South Wing, which handles domestic operations. It currently has 12 air bridges. NAIA Terminal 3 is the newest terminal of NAIA. The terminal handles flights of Cebu Pacific and PAL Express.Terminal 4 (Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal) The Manila Domestic Passenger Terminal, also known as NAIA Terminal 4, is host to all domestic flights within the Philippines that are operated by Zest Airways and South East Asian Airlines. There are no jet bridges and passengers walk to and from the aircraft or are occasionally bussed. Twenty-six check-in counters are located in the terminal. The departure hall has the seating capacity for 969 people at a time. BORACAY ISLAND WEATHER FORECAST http://www.windfinder.com/forecast/boracay_caticlan HOW TO GET HERE Boracay can be reached by sea, land, and air. Several flights fly to Caticlan Airport, which is 30 minutes away from Boracay and around 40 minutes from Manila. The airport, too, serves two flights to Cebu. There are also the more inexpensive flights both Domestic and International flights arriving at Kalibo Airport which will take you more or less 1.5 hours via airconditioned van to Welcome Center Caticlan. Manila to Caticlan SEAIR, Cebu Pacific Air, and Pal Express fly directly to Caticlan. Caticlan to Boracay takes around 20 minutes, while the travel time from Manila airport to Boracay takes 60 minutes. Manila to Kalibo Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific Air, and ZestAir fly to Kalibo Airport daily. Upon landing at the Kalibo Airport, L300 vans or shuttle buses will take you for an exciting 1 1/2 hour trip from Kalibo Airport to the Caticlan Jetty Port. A 20-minute ride with a banca or ferry boat will then bring you from the Caticlan Jetty Port to the Cagban Jetty Port in Boracay. From there, there is an average 15-minute trip to your destination either through vans or tricycles. Travel time from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila to Boracay via this travel option is 3 hours. Caticlan to Cebu SEAIR flies directly to Cebu twice daily. Cebu Pacific Air flies directly to Cebu once daily. Travel time from Boracay to Cebu is 90 minutes. Cebu to Caticlan Air Philippines Express flies directly from Cebu to Caticlan Cebu to Kalibo Air Philippines Express and Cebu Pacific Air flies directly from Cebu to Kalibo Clark to Kalibo AirAsia flies directly from Clark (CRK) to Kalibo twice daily. Australia to Clark AirAsia flies directly from Australia to Clark (CRK) daily excepts Monday and Saturday. HongKong to Kalibo Cebu Pacific Air flies directly from Hong Kong International Airport to Kalibo (KLO) International Airport (2HRS 30MINS) on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Helicopter Ride – Travel in style! Fly with a helicopter from Caticlan (5 minutes) or Kalibo (20 minutes) airports to Boracay and land on Boracay’s Fairways and Bluewater, one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Philippines. We can arrange this for you!
Airline websites SEAIR http://www.flyseair.com Air Philippines http://www.airphilexpress.com Philippine Airline http://www.philippineairline.com Cebu Pacific http://www.cebupacificair.com ZestAir http://www.zestair.com.ph AirAsia http://www.airasia.com