Experience 3 Days/2 Nights Boracay with Airfare & Breakfasts







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The Fine Print

  • Voucher validity: February 1, 2014 up to December 15, 2014
  • Unavailable dates: Special & Regular Holidays (surcharge applies on these dates)
  • Hotel and airline subject to availability
  • Voucher valid for 1 person; minimum of 4 vouchers per booking
  • Airport terminal fee not included
  • For reservations and inquiries, please email rachel.olmogues@airyougotravels.com/ crisha.aberin@airyougotravels.com/ carol.sia@airyougotravels.com/ dan.lariosa@airyougotravels.com
  • You may also make reservations through these numbers: 032-260-3914
  • Visit Air You Go Travels Facebook page at www.facebook.com/airyougotravels
  • Fifteen (15) days prior reservation is required
  • Confirmed bookings are non-refundable; no show means voucher forfeited
  • Price is Net (includes taxes and service charge)
  • Voucher is transferable and can be given as gift to family and friends
  • Buy as many vouchers as you want
  • Printed voucher is required upon redemption


  • Escape to the beautiful island of Boracay and stay for 3 Days and 2 Nights at Boracay Travelodge. additional P1000/person if La Carmela de Boracay
  • Inclusive of airfare (Manila - Kalibo - Manila); (Cebu-Caticlan-Kalibo-Cebu)
  • Comes with delicious breakfasts for two persons only
  • Free use of La Carmela de Boracay's facilities
  • Experience the island's bars, restaurants and souvenir shops
  • The resort is centrally located at Station 2, non-beachfront, just a minute’s walk to the beach or to the talipapa (wet market)
  • Friendly and accommodating staff, ready to assist with all your needs


Boracay Island, Philippines known far and wide as an island paradise, Boracay has charmed vacationers with its powder white sand, crystal blue waters and purposely laid-back pace. Located at the norther tip of Panay province, Boracay is about three hours away from Manila. Sun worshippers from all over the world visit Boracay yearly, and some have even made it their second home. It is no wonder therefore, that French, German, Spanish and English can be heard spoken in the Island. The culinary fare is equally exciting featuring a wide range from Thai and Austrian to Belgian and Filipino. Numerous water sport facilities, including dive shops are on hand as well as a sprinkling of bars and discos. Most visitors, however prefer to sit back and enjoy the sun.

The Company

Unit 8, Benley Building, J. De Veyra Street, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City

(032) 260-3914