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Will you be traveling to Gigantes Island by plane? There are four commercial entry sites that may be chosen from, and each of them is serviced by planes on a daily basis. However, before making a reservation for a flight, travelers need to give the following information careful consideration.
- The main port of entry for the island of Gigantes is located in Bancal, and its name is Bancal Port. The distance from Port of Bancal to the Iloilo International Airport is approximately 143 kilometers (in Iloilo City).
- Also located approximately 143 kilometers away from the Port of Bancal is the Kalibo International Airport, which is located in Kalibo, Aklan.
- Vacationers have the option of flying into either the Godofredo P. Ramos Airport in Caticlan, which is also known as the Caticlan/Boracay Airport, or the Roxas City Airport in Roxas City, which is located in the province of Capiz.
- The distance between Boracay Airport to the Port of Bancal in Carles, Iloilo, is approximately 207 kilometers.
- The Roxas City Airport and the Port of Bancal are located approximately 77 kilometers apart from one another.
There is a small airport in Carles (home to the stunning Gigantes Island). However, since there is no airline that operates daily domestic flights to Sicogon Airport at the moment (2022), the fastest and most convenient alternative route to Gigantes Island is via the Roxas City Airport.
The Municipality of Kalibo is a first-class municipality and the capital of the Province of Aklan. Because of its international airport, it serves as the primary transportation hub for the beautiful island of Boracay. Kalibo is known for the Ati-Atihan festival and the semi-urban and multi-awarded mangrove forest, the Bakhawan Eco-Park.
The town’s landmarks include:
- the Aklan River, which runs through the town and is the source of the province’s name;
- the Freedom Shrine, which commemorates World War II veterans, and;
- the Museo it Akean, a museum of Aklan’s history
Bakhawan Eco-Park is located outside of town and is a 220-hectare (540-acre) mangrove reforestation project that began in 1990 in barangay New Buswang. Tigayon Hill and Caves in Barangay Tigayon, Kalibo, which were pre-Hispanic burial sites and a pit for Chinese artifacts that were recently excavated.
Every second week of January, Kalibo celebrates the Ati-Atihan Festival, which culminates on the third Sunday of the month. Revelers smear themselves with soot or any other blackening substance to imitate an Ati.
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One of two airports serving Boracay, Kalibo International Airport is an international airport that serves the area of Kalibo, Aklan, in the Philippines. The other airport is Godofredo P. Ramos Airport, also known as Caticlan Airport, which is located in the municipality of Malay.
It is the airport in the Philippines that is expanding the quickest in terms of passenger traffic, with a rise of more than 50% in 2010, and the second fastest in terms of seats offered for June 2014 compared to the same month the year before.
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, a department of transportation agency in charge of managing all Philippine airport operations—aside from the country’s busiest international airports—classifies the airport as an international airport.
The airport is located around 68 kilometers from the Malay port of Caticlan and about 2 kilometers east of Kalibo’s central business district.
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