Boracay may only be one small island in Aklan, but it is the Philippines’ top tourist destination for local and international travelers alike. The island is known for its clear blue waters, fine white sand and lush resorts where you can relax during the day and party at night. Boracay is accessible to Clark International Airport either via Caticlan or Kalibo.
Visit one of the world’s New 7 Wonders of Nature, the Puerto Princesa Underground River, when you fly to Palawan directly via Clark International Airport. Palawan is also home to pristine white-sand beaches that rival Boracay, such as El Nido and Coron. Don’t forget to try their famed tamilok and alligator ice cream.
Fly to the Queen City of the South, Cebu City, and explore the delicious food, beautiful beaches and rich history this place has to offer. Cebu is home to the Cebu lechon, a flavorful roasted suckling pig known around the country; the Magellan’s Cross, a reminder that the Philippines was discovered by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 when he landed in Cebu; the Sinulog Festival, a cultural and religious festival celebrating the feast of Santo Nino; and several pristine beaches in Mactan, Malapascua, Bantayan, Sumilon and Camotes Islands to name a few.
For adventurers and eco-travelers, the King City of the South is easily accessible to you from Angeles. Clark International Airport offers daily direct flights to Davao City via the Davao International Airport (DVO). Experienced mountaineers will enjoy climbing Mt. Apo, the Philippines’ highest mountain. Eco-tourism spots are abundant in Davao, such as the Philippine Eagle Foundation and Nature Center, the Davao Crocodile Park, and the Malagos Garden Resort to name a few. Make sure to taste Davao’s cuisine too – the city is rich in fresh seafood and its signature fruit, the durian.