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Treat your Valentine to a travel experience this Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2020 Airfare Deals No Comments Email Email

Fall in love for less this Valentine’s Day with the Philippines’ largest low-cost carrier, Cebu Pacific.

Aussie lovers can now add to their love of travelling, when booking a trip to the untouched islands of the Philippines from just $214* from Sydney and Melbourne from today (13th) until 20th February 2020. 

It’s time to take your love to new heights and walk down the aircraft aisle thanks to Cebu Pacific’s $214 one-way fare available for travel between 1st March and 31st July 2020.

 What’s better than giving a gift? Being able to enjoy the gift too! With more than 1,000 destinations to explore, there are plenty of island-hopping opportunities that will have travellers head over heels in love with the Philippines this Valentine’s Day.

 Whether you’re in the honeymoon phase, hanging for adventure, taking your first trip together or just need to escape, love is in the air in one of the below islands.  

 Boracay – Best for couples in the honeymoon phase

 Spend some quality time with your ‘bae’ at one of the world’s most romantic hotspots. Swap the hustle and bustle of city life for some quiet time on the pristine, white sands in Boracay. If you’re up for something more fun, add parasailing, kiteboarding to your itinerary. Don’t forget to take it all in, find a hammock between two palms, overlooking the island’s turquoise waters and watch the sunset together.  

Bohol – Best for couples that crave adventure

 Bohol is the definition of flying to more fun! It is the ideal destination for getting out of your comfort zone and trying something new. The Chocolate Hills provide an awesome backdrop to an adventure of a lifetime, and you’ll be stoked to hear that you can experience the views on an ATV.  If you’re both food lovers, make sure you swing past the local food markets.

 Cebu – Ideal for that special first trip together

 Got past the first date and still haven’t figured out what you like to do together yet? Do not fear, Cebu Pacific is here. Self-confessed foodies, wannabe historians, Indiana Jones adventurers and beach bums alike, will find plenty on offer. Take the plunge into the Instagram hotspot, Kawasan Falls, or island-hop to your heart’s desires. In between taking in the views and island hopping you can swim, dive or snorkel to get up close and personal with the true Filipino locals: Manta rays, Flashlight fish and reef-fish.

 El Nido via Coron (Busuanga), Palawan – Best for couples that want to escape

 Life can be busy and constant distractions often mean that we don’t get to spend as much quality time our nearest and dearest.  It’s time to switch off from day to day static, swapping scrolling Instagram to scrolling the local restaurant menus, jam packed full of delicious Philippine delicacies. Taking photos will be high on your priority list in Palawan’s El Nido, ensuring you catch every moment, with spectacular scenery around every corner. This paradise is the perfect place to reconnect, remembering life’s about the journey (together), not the destination (ok, it’s a little bit about the destination).

 Travellers are guaranteed to fall head over heels in love with Cebu Pacific and its extensive hub in Manila, allowing Aussies to travel onwards to some of the world’s most spectacular islands, including Boracay, Bohol, Cebu and El Nido (via Coron-Busuanga) in Palawan.

 The latest seat sales can be found on CEB’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook pages.

 For lowest year-round fares on offer, visit  and make 2020 the most adventurous year yet.

 *One way from Sydney or Melbourne to Manila starts from $214.

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