Flights to the Philippines from $119 each way
Your ticket to explore 7,000 islands for less than a flight across the country.
With over 7,000 islands to choose from, the Philippines is one of those rare places that has a little bit of something for everyone. Home to white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters perfect for snorkelling, green rice terraces and world class surfing, the country has a lot to offer.
The sale is for one-way travel between Sydney and Manila which is a perfect hub for island hopping around the country.
Cebu Pacific operates daily services on its non-stop Sydney to Manila route and travel dates are between June and December so there are lots of chances to score your perfect vacation dates in this sale.
Checked baggage or food in-flight aren’t included but these can be added on for an additional cost.
To book: This Valentine’s Day sale runs until 15 February unless seats sell out prior. Head to Cebu Pacific’s website to grab your spot. You'll have to play around with dates but fare can go down to $220 return. Use Skyscanner's price calendar to find gems like this:
How good are these fares?
Some of the lowest fares we've seen recently were for $315 return meaning you’re saving at least $77 off the cheapest prices.
The very best months to visit the Philippines are May and November so if you can wait until the end of the year for your holiday then you’ll get the best bang for your buck.
In November the peak season has yet to begin and the monsoon season would have just ended so it’s perfect for anyone looking for less rain and fewer crowds.
Snorkelling and diving can be done throughout the year, though, and August until the beginning of November is the prime surfing season, so these are still good months to visit if you’re up for up for a little bit of activity.
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