Fly to the Philippines' Longest White-Sand Beach for Less Than P1,000
Go beyond El Nido and Coron!
(SPOT.ph) 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.
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.