Fly to the Philippines' Longest White-Sand Beach for Less Than P1,000

Go beyond El Nido and Coron!

( Domestic travel is now easier than ever as more flight routes open from the Clark International Airport in Pampanga to under-the-radar destinations around the Philippines. Gone are the days when you have to suffer through long bus rides or tap into your inner daredevil while aboard a rickety boat to a remote island. Don't get us wrong though—there's beauty in taking the road less traveled, but an hour-long flight to the most beautiful islands in the world is a good thing, too. Philippine Airlines makes things easier for you with their new direct flights from Clark to San Vicente, Palawan; San Jose, Occidental Mindoro; and Cauayan, Isabela.

Bokbok Beach in San Vicente, Palawan Jimaggro / Wikimedia

Maiden flights are expected to launch on October 28 for San Vicente, which is dubbed as the home of the Philippines’ longest white-sand beach; and for San Jose, which is the jump-off point to the country’s largest coral reef system and the world’s second largest, Apo Reef, next to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Flights to Isabela start on October 30 with a one-way base fare of P788.


Philippine Airlines started its daily flights from Clark International Airport to Siargao Airport in July, while its thrice-a-week flight to Virac Airport was launched in December 2017. Cebu Pacific also has Clark-Tagbilaran and Clark-Davao routes starting on November 9.

For more information, visit Philippine Airlines’ website.

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