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Things to do in Kalibo
Kalibo is one of the two gateways you can visit to reach the world-famous Boracay island. But don’t think this town has nothing to offer you. So before heading to the beaches and the parties, check out the destinations in Kalibo too.
Add a cultural edge to your travel photos and learn more about Kalibo’s history at the Aklan Freedom Shrine. Discover the rich heritage of Aklan province and stop at the Museo it Akean.
Your vacation photos should have a green touch too. So go and have an adventure at Kalibo’s Bakhawan Eco-Park, because it’s one of the best mangrove spots in the Philippines. If you’re travelling with kids, spend a day together at the charming Sampaguita Gardens too.
Find the best treats and souvenirs to take back home in Singapore at the Gaisano Capital Kalibo, Kalibo Market, the Dela Cruz House of Piña, and Papierus Arts and Crafts.
Take home the best memories too and join Kalibo’s celebration of the Ati-Atihan Festival. Make the most of your trip around town and complete these 10 interesting things to do in Kalibo.
After exploring Kalibo, you have to experience Boracay too. Travel to Boracay from Kalibo and enjoy the beaches! Wear your coolest sunnies and hottest swimsuits at White Beach, Puka Beach, and Baling Hai Beach. If you’re looking for more, Boracay has plenty of beaches for you.
Are you a daredevil? Chase adrenaline with some cliff diving at Ariel’s Point. Head to the sea and go surfing, paraw sailing, kiteboarding, and windsurfing too. Explore the depths of the Bat Cave or the depths of the sea when you go snorkelling. You can even run around inside a giant plastic ball at Ride the Zorb Boracay.
Take in the beauty of Boracay from the top of Mt Luho. Then enjoy the most spectacular sunsets during your whole stay no matter where you are on the island. Experience the best of Boracay and check out the ultimate Boracay travel guide.
What you should know
The best time to visit Kalibo is from November to May for great weather, especially in January for the exciting Ati-Atihan Festival.
English is a common language in Kalibo and Boracay, so you’ll find it quite easy to talk to the locals.
What’s even better is that Singapore citizens can fly to the Philippines and visit Kalibo and Boracay visa-free for up to 30 days. So start packing your best swimsuits now and plan your amazing vacation in paradise. And if you want to extend your trip or explore the rest of the country, visit the Embassy of the Philippines in Singapore website for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Kalibo
Your flight will be bound for Kalibo International Airport, where you can get to the town proper by motorized tricycle, shuttle van, and booking your own transfer. You can easily travel around Kalibo and Boracay by tricycle, jeepney, and booked tours.
Explore this exciting town and gateway to Boracay! Grab your passport now and go book your Kalibo flights with Skiddoo today.
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