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Boracay from dusk to dawn

Catch one of the world’s most sought-after beauties in a different light, with the Caticlan airport extending its operations until after dusk. And as the gateway to Boracay began welcoming night flights, leading carrier Cebu Pacific Air added evening flights to Caticlan, ready to shuttle in travelers out for a weekend island adventure. The airline is the first to offer night flights to Caticlan, providing guests the most extensive network that connects them to Boracay. 

CEB now flies 51 times a week from Manila to Caticlan from 39 original flights, giving everyJuan more chances to enjoy the paradise treat in the 24/7 island. Travelers can catch a flight to Boracay until 6:55p.m. and schedule their return to Manila on the last flight at 8:45 p.m., right before the new week starts. 

Aside from Manila, guests can fly direct to the world-class island via Caticlan from Clark and Cebu daily with Cebu Pacific’s year-round lowest fares. For as low as P 2,774.88, passengers can fly from Manila to Caticlan; from Clark to Caticlan for P 2,365.88; and from Cebu to Caticlan for only P 2,217.88. 

An alternative to Caticlan is to fly to Kalibo, then travel by land to Caticlan. With an introductory all-in fare of P599, Cebu Pacific flies thrice a week (Mon/Wed/Fri) from Clark to Kalibo. This provides vacationers and foreign travelers more options to get to the island-paradise of Boracay, via the Clark International Airport, which has direct flights to and from Incheon, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Dubai, and Busan.

Enjoy the world-class beauty of Boracay as Cebu Pacific increases its Manila to Caticlan flights from 39 to 51 times

“Most vacationers are on a schedule and our night flights allow everyJuan making their way to Boracay to make the most of their vacation—whether it’s to party with friends, to relax and rejuvenate, or to bond with family,” said Alexander Lao, president and CEO of Cebu Pacific subsidiary Cebgo.

Travelers don’t have to wait for the next long weekend to get their healthy dose of the seas. Landing in a dim Caticlan, they can wake up to the warm colors of the skies and the restful pace of the island. The delicious break begins from the shore with the tranquility of the seas and the vision of the Paraws gently riding the waves.

From there, they can head on to peaceful beaches like Puka and Diniwid, before proceeding to the adrenaline-charged activities along Bulabog Beach and the famous White Beach. 

They can take their pick from parasailing, kite surfing, ATV rides, reverse bungees, mermaid swimming, and stand up paddling. Exciting activities like cliff-diving and snorkeling are also available in nearby Crocodile Island, Magic Island, and Malay. For a few bucks, travelers can get a whiff of thrill in Boracay.

When the tide turns and the evening comes, a vibrant scene erupts in front of the White Beach. The world’s most beautiful island is a different and electrifying view at night with the music, fire dancers, and sumptuous meals dressing up the shore. 

After a few hours, the sunset breaks and Boracay transforms to the tranquil beauty it was just the morning before. These sweet transitions can now be savored by travelers often and up close with the Caticlan airport’s more generous hours.  

Fly in to Caticlan today to experience adventure that runs from sunrise to sunset. For bookings and inquiries, guests can visit www.cebupacificair.com or call the reservation hotlines (02) 7020-888 or (032)230-8888. Follow CEB’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook pages to stay updated on Cebu Pacific treats and seat sales.  

Topics: Boracay , Cebu Pacific Air , Caticlan airport
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