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Flight times from the United States to Boracay range from 20h-35h. The quickest flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport is 20h 25m. Meanwhile, the fastest flight from Los Angeles International Airport is 21h 19m. Moreover, the shortest flight from San Francisco International Airport to Caticlan Airport, Boracay is 21h 25m. However, some flights may take as long as 47 hours, depending on how many stops the flight has and how long your layovers are.
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from the United States to Boracay, Philippines. However, you can find quick one-stop flights from several airports. For instance, Philippine Airlines services one-stop flights at San Francisco International Airport. Philippine Airlines also services one-stop flights at Los Angeles International Airport. In addition, airlines like United, All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, and Qatar Airways service two-stop flights at John F. Kennedy International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Additionally, you can find two-stop Boracay flight deals from the United States to Boracay at Denver International Airport and Sea-Tac International Airport.
Once you arrive at the Caticlan airport, you’ll need to go to Caticlan Jetty Port, where you’ll take a boat to Boracay. The Caticlan airport has motorized tricycles that can take you to the Jetty Port in just a couple of minutes. Once you get on the boat, you’ll ride for 10-20 minutes before you reach Boracay.
There are numerous fun, interesting, and memorable things to do in Boracay. In particular, this city is the home to many fabulous beaches that locals and travelers adore. These beaches include White Beach, Yapak Beach, Illig Iligan Beach, and Diniwid Beach. Also, once you’re here, you can visit popular landmarks like Motag Living Museum, Ariel’s Point, Willy’s Rock, Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church, and Sinag Village by yourself or with family and friends. And if you’d like to do some shopping during your stay, you can explore D’Mall, City Mall, E Mall, Plazoleta, Bamboo Market, and other nearby stores. Similarly, this city has an exciting and vibrant nightlife. For example, in Boracay, you can visit bars and nightclubs like Boracay PubCrawl, The Manic Monkey Crew, Exit Bar, and Red Pirates Pub. There are spa & wellness centers like Terra Wellness Spa, Tirta Spa, Bella Isa Salon & Spa, Legacy Gym Boracay, and Mandala Day Spa, which can be ideal for you if you want to relax and truly enjoy your time in this city.
If you’re a United States citizen, you need a valid passport to fly to Boracay, Philippines. And if you plan on flying to Boracay for business and tourism purposes for 30 days or less, you don’t need a visa. Also, you must have a valid return ticket when you’re flying to the Philippines.
Boracay Godofredo P. Ramos (MPH), located 3.4 mi from the city center, is the airport you fly into when you book flights to Boracay.