Kalibo (Boracay), Philippines
Kalibo is the capital of Aklan province, one of four provinces on Panay, the sixth largest island in the Philippines. A relatively new province, it was only in 1956 that Aklan was officially inaugurated and the municipality of Kalibo became its capital. Kalibo is famous for being a gateway to the idyllic Boracay island, located off the northwestern tip of Panay, and known for its stunning white, sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
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Kalibo Mangrove (Bak...
Explore the Kalibo Mangrove (Bakhawan) Ecotourism Park, one of the most successful mangrove reforestation projects in the Phi...
Appreciate Aklan’s famous woven pineapple silk (piña), regarded as the queen of Philippine fabrics and the choice of the weal...
Museo it Akean
Visit the Museo it Akean. Established in 1980, the museum is a treasure trove of Aklanon artifacts, including talibong sword...
Experience the Ati-atihan festival. The Ati are an indigenous people of the Philippines. Held every third Sunday of January, ...
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There are minivans, vans and buses plying between Kalibo International Airport and Caticlan Jetty Port to bring travellers to...
During the Ati-atihan festival, remember to visit the Kalibo Cathedral to witness a unique ritual, where a small Sto. Niño (C...
Flying time from Singapore3 hours 40 minutes (Direct)
5 hours 25 minutes (via Cebu)
CurrencyPhilippines Peso (PHP)
US Dollar (USD)
- Airport to city3 kilometres
Airport taxInternational flights PHP1620 (ADT) / PHP810 (CHD) (cash payment upon departure)
Airport terminal fee PHP750 (ADT / CHD only)
ClimateDry Season – October to May. Humid, sunny but breezy
Wet Season – June to September, heavy rainfall from June to September
- Best time to goBetween October to March, where there is less rain