Snap up flights to the Philippines from $139 with Cebu Pacific
It's time to say hello to Manila, Boracay, Cebu and more.
Summer is officially over for 2020, but Cebu Pacific's latest sale means you can hang out in the sun for longer next year.
Before you book any international travel, be sure to check Smartraveller for the latest recommendations by the Australian government to your destination.
So here's everything you need to know. Flights are taking off to Manila from Melbourne starting from the incredibly low price of $139 and from Sydney from $159 each way.
The great news continues with the travel dates running between 1 September 2020 to 28 February 2021. Not only is that next year's first holiday sorted, but it runs right through the dry season.
So what exactly is there to do in the Philippines? Your itinerary won't be short on items with a trip to the untouched island of Palawan, snorkelling in the pristine waters of Cebu or surfing the waves of Siargao. You can relax to the max in Boracay or get the credit card out in Manila's shopping district. It's the destination that has something for every type of traveller.
The clock is ticking! This sale is only available until midnight 5 March 2020, unless sold out prior.
What are you waiting for? Head over to Skyscanner now to lock in your Philippines escape.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Great. We recommend getting your hands on these tickets as full-price fares can be around $850 return. The savings are upwards of $570 on the cheapest round trip of this offer. That's cheap-as-chips.
- Airline: Good. Cebu Pacific is a low-cost airline, so your airfares don't include checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment. These can be added for an extra fee.
- Travel time: Great. You'll be in the Philippines in no time with direct flights from Australia.
- Weather: Great. If you're planning on heading to the Philippines, we recommend booking between November to February. This time of year has a lesser chance of rain and comfortably warm temperatures.
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