Cheap Flights From Manila Ninoy Aquino to Kalibo International (Boracay)

Flight information Manila Ninoy Aquino to Kalibo International (Boracay)

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Kalibo International (Boracay)

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Kalibo, the capital of the province of Aklan, in the Philippines, is a municipality that is flocked by tourists from all over the world and the country. This, thanks to its exquisite natural wonders, vibrant festivals, and flavorsome delicacies. Some of its notable allures include Tinagong Dagat, an iconic lake that is a rich breeding ground of various fish species; Jawili Falls, a charming waterfalls that is known for its Seven Basins, which are ascending pools that are created by several waterfalls; the Ati-atihan Festival, an annual feast that is held to honor Santo Niño (the Infant Jesus); Visayan Liempo, grilled pork belly that is marinated with a blend of spices.


Because of the abovementioned draws and the fact that buying air tickets as well as signing up for promo deals is very convenient, it is easy for interested parties to be tempted of traveling without doing their homework. Such should not be the case since flying over unprepared may steal the sense of enjoyment from their trip. This is where the tips and pointers in this write up become handy.


What airlines fly the Manila – Kalibo route?


Getting to Kalibo from Manila via air travel should not be a problem thanks to the availability of airline companies that offer non-stop and connecting flights. Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, and Air Asia offer non-stop flights. While Cebu Pacific offers connecting flights via Cebu as well.


What should passengers expect from the airports?


·         Ninoy Aquino International Airport


Also known as NAIA, Ninoy Aquino International Airport is the biggest and busiest aviation facility in the Philippines. It primarily serves, Manila, Makati, Pasay, Mandaluyong, Quezon, and other cities as well as municipalities in Metro Manila. Using this for domestic or international air travel is convenient and eventful due to its duty free stores, dining options, ATMs (and other banking facilities), air ticket offices, information desks, 24-hour medical centers, a children’s play area, prayer rooms, and so on.


·         Kalibo International Airport


There are only a handful of international airports in the Philippines and Kalibo International Airport is one of them. It plays a key role in the country’s tourism sector since it is one of two airports (the other being Caticlan Airport) that serve Boracay tourists. It is a decent facility that is made up of an airport lounge, duty free outlets, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, post offices, fast food chains, cafeterias, wheel chair stalls, luggage facilities, and other enhancements.


What about transportation?


·         Ninoy Aquino International Airport


Located within close proximity to Makati, the country’s central business district, and other important destinations, going to Ninoy Aquino International Airport from any municipality or city in Metro Manila is straightforward. To add, dependable transportation alternatives are widely available.


They include buses (USD 1.05 or PHP 50.00), commuter vans (USD 1.68 or PHP 80.00), jeepneys (USD .17 or PHP 8.50), public taxis (approximately USD 6.32 or PHP 300.00), airport taxis (USD 9.59 or PHP 455.00), app-based service providers such as Uber and Grab Car (about USD 6.32 or PHP 300.00), and rental cars (starts at USD 60.69 or PHP 2,878.73 per day).


·         Kalibo International Airport


From Kalibo International Airport, reaching Kalibo’s most sought after tourist attractions and getting around the municipality is easy. This, thanks to its uncongested roads and highways and the availability of reliable transportation options. They are jeepneys as well as buses that charge less than USD 1.05 or PHP 50.00 and rental vans as well as cars that charge about USD 31.62 or PHP 1,500.00 per day.


What about visa requirements?


When going to Kalibo from Manila, travelers do not have to experience the stress of applying for a visa or a passport since they are not required in domestic trips. However, they have to make sure that they have identification documents (better if issued by the government) with them. This is important because they are used to verify the personal information that they provided when they bought their air ticket.

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