(SPOT.ph) Boracay has always been famous for its long stretch of powdery white-sand that's like no other in the world. So after its six-month closure, people were more than happy to return to the island destination for the nth time. AirTrav Philippines, which gave us direct flights from Manila to Puerto Galera in 2018, is now providing tourists with a new way to explore this tropical paradise: a 15-minute aerial tour of Boracay.
But that’s not the only thing that Airtrav's Cessna Grand Caravan Ex, an eight-seater seaplane that can land on water, can do. You can also book flights with the following routes:
- Kalibo – Caticlan
- Kalibo – Boracay
- Caticlan – Boracay
- Kalibo – Caticlan – Boracay
This service cuts the two-hour travel time from Kalibo to Boracay to less than an hour. Now you can say goodbye to having to go through rough waters when traveling from Caticlan to the island!
Airtrav Philippines' aerial tour was launched on July 28, and will continue every weekend of August. For more information, visit AirTrav's website.
Main photo by Hector Periquin, Unsplash