Flights from Sydney to Boracay

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Boracay Guide

When is the best time to visit Boracay?

While Boracay is a year-round destination, you do need to take the weather into account when planning your trip to the Philippines.

Dry season

November to April is the dry season in the Philippines. It's also the most popular time of year to buy flights Sydney to Boracay. Tourists flock to the island paradise, and hotels and airlines tend to increase their prices as demand skyrockets. If you don't mind paying a little bit extra, you'll have idyllic weather for your time on the island.

Rainy season

May to October is when Boracay receives most of its annual rainfall. Rain aside however, this is an excellent time of year to find cheap flights to Boracay from Sydney. There are still plenty of sunny days despite the showers, and you'll be able to enjoy the island's beautiful beaches without having to contend with hordes of other tourists.

Planning around the holidays

Want to buy Sydney to Boracay return flights for the holidays? You're not alone. Prices to the island usually increase for travel over Christmas, New Year, Easter and Chinese New Year. To snap up a good deal, look to book your flights Sydney to Boracay as far in advance as possible.

What should I pack for Boracay?


It's easy to get around Boracay on foot, but you'll be walking on uneven streets or the beach. Once you have your tickets to Boracay from Sydney, make sure you bring along a pair of shoes that you don't mind getting wet (for getting on and off boats) as well as a pair that you can easily walk around in for hours.

Sun-smart gear

The sun in the Philippines can be strong, especially if you're buying Sydney to Boracay flights over the dry season. Always bring along a bottle of reef-safe sunscreen with a high SPF, a pair of polarised sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat.

Rain gear

If you're booking cheap flights Sydney to Boracay in the rainy season, an umbrella is essential. Get one that's small enough to fit into your day bag. It's also a good idea to pack a waterproof case for your bag and mobile phone in case you get caught in an unexpected afternoon downpour.

Power board

If you're the type of traveller who packs a lot of electronics or you're booking Sydney to Boracay flights for the whole family, think about bringing a power board along with you on your holiday. All you need is one power-point converter, a board with multiple plug-ins, and you can charge all your devices at once.

What is the cost of visiting Boracay?


If you want to save money on food, skip the more Western restaurants and look out for the small Filipino eateries. Often, travellers buying flights Sydney to Boracay will find meals for as little as 50 PHP ($1.42 AUD)! Some of the best local meals to try are Kaopad, chilli chicken and pancit.


Looking for the best things to do once your flights Sydney to Boracay arrive? Adventure travellers may be tempted to go cliff diving. One of the most popular locations is Ariel’s Point, and a day trip here can cost about 2,800 PHP ($79.81 AUD). If you'd like to go on a snorkelling day trip from Boracay, budget around 850 PHP ($24.21 AUD). The price usually includes lunch and all your equipment. Beach-lovers booking tickets to Boracay from Sydney can hire a stand-up paddleboard from White Beach in Boracay. Rental prices start at 500 PHP ($14.24 AUD) for one hour.

Transport from Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH)

When your Sydney to Boracay flights land at Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (MPH) (also known as Caticlan Airport), travellers buying flights Sydney to Boracay will need to take a transfer to Caticlan Port. From there you'll board a ferry to Boracay. When you arrive, you can take a tricycle to your hotel. The total cost of the entire trip from the airport to your hotel on the island should cost a minimum of 350 PHP ($9.97 AUD). However, be sure to check with your accommodation to see if they offer transfers included in the rate of your stay.

Transport around Boracay

When budgeting for your Sydney to Boracay return flights, you don’t need to worry too much about transportation. If you don’t feel like walking, you can take a tricycle. The tricycles start running from 5am to 1am every day, and the price depends on your negotiating skills. Trips up and down the main road cost on average 20 PHP ($0.57 AUD) per person. If you need to get from Cagban Jetty Port to your hotel along the White Beach, it's usually 100 PHP ($2.85 AUD). You can also rent a tricycle for 250-350 PHP ($7.12 to $9.97 AUD) per hour.