When it comes to destination recommendations, perhaps the most common question we get is: Borake or Palawan? And the second most common? El Nido or not? And these questions are incredibly difficult to answer. Boracay and Palawan are apples and oranges; They are completely different. El Nido and Coron, although similar and both in Palawan, have their own advantages and disadvantages.
But if you have more time and extra budget, you don’t have to choose!
Starting April 30, 2022, AirSwift El Niডo will start flying from Leo Airport to Corona’s Busuanga Airport and back, which is another addition to the airline’s expansion network. You can have both Karon and El Nido on your itinerary without worrying too much about relocation.
In the past, if you wanted to explore these two Palawan gems on a solo trip, your only option was to make a quick craft that takes 4 hours. The new AirSWIFT route will significantly reduce this travel time to a 40-minute flight. This will give you more time to dip your toes on the beach, explore the underwater world or enjoy the beauty of two wrestling destinations.
AirSWIFT has already flown from Boracay (Caticlan Airport) to El Nido and back. Boutique Airlines offers this route which will take you directly from one paradise to another. They operate this route twice a week (Monday and Friday, as of this writing). This means you can enjoy these three amazing destinations in just one trip!
Boracay’s White Beach has become the country’s poster beach destination, claiming first place on many lists of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Its long expanse of fine white sand glistening against the clear blue water has caught the eye of thousands of tourists year after year. Paloan, on the other hand, is home to not only stunning beaches, but also postcard-worthy limestone cliffs, breathtaking lagoons, diving and snorkeling sites, and other island hopping destinations.
* Aerial image courtesy of Airswift; Boracay of Vince Carlos; Pictures of the wrestler have been used under license under Shutterstock
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