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Cheap Flights to Caticlan (Boracay)

Cheap Flights to Caticlan (Boracay)

Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH) is also known as Caticlan Airport and is located roughly 10km from Boracay on Panay Island, just a Banka boat ride away. Boracay is known for its white sand beaches and its reputation as a top destination for relaxation. You can find the cheapest flights to Boracay by using Skyscanner's flight search feature. Simply enter "Boracay" and the dates you wish to fly and you will see the lowest airfares available. If you have flexibility in your travel dates, check out the cheapest month tool to see which month has the cheapest flights to Boracay.

December to April is high season in Boracay as this is when the weather is the best. This season also contains January's Kalibo Ati-Atihan Festival. May and June are the hottest months of the year, making the beaches very busy. July to November is considered the off season, and prices are lower, beaches are uncrowded, and events are fewer. It is easier to get cheaper flights the earlier you book, so aim for 6 months in advance. If you know when you want to fly to Boracay, sign up for price alert notifications.  You will be notified when the price of your chosen flight rises or falls. Use this tool as you plan your trip to help you get the best deal on airfare.

Caticlan Airport is served by Philippine Airlines, cebupacificair.com, ANA, Philippines Air Asia, among others. See all airlines that fly to the Philippines here. It is easiest to pre-book a transfer from the airport to your hotel which will smooth the transition on to the boat. You can haggle with local tricycle drivers to take you to the jetty. Travel time from the Caticlan Boat Jetty to the Boracay Boat Jetty is approximately 20 minutes. You can choose your local transport on the other side or continue with your hotel shuttle. The airport is small with limited facilities but it includes free wi-fi. There is a food stand with hot dogs and sandwiches at the back of the passenger lounge area, and a small souvenir shop selling local products. An ATM is available, and there is a cellphone and laptop charging station.

Many of the best things in Boracay involve the beach. Snorkeling, kitesurfing, and visiting islands are all popular activities. Crocodile Island only looks like a crocodile and has very good snorkeling. Stop by the D'Talipapa Market and see the wares for sale. Choose your seafood from the stalls and take it to a nearby restaurant offering cooking services to prepare it for you. Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church is beautiful and worth a visit. Book your hotel in Boracay and join in this relaxed-pace island life.

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