Kalibo Boracay is the capital town of the province of Aklan, Philippines. It serves as the main transportation hub for Boracay Island. This city is famous for the Ati-Atihan Festival, which is the Mother of All Festivals in the Philippines. Besides that, Kalibo is known for its pina weaving industry and mangrove forest.
Iloilo and Kalibo have a dry season and wet season. The dry season is the peak season of Kalibo which happens on June to August and December to February, Whereas the city will experience its off-peak season which is during the wet season, from September to November. It is a perfect period for visitors to travel to Kalibo during the dry season because the weather is clear and less rainfall. Lesser visitors are coming to the city during the wet season due to severe weather.
Iloilo International Airport - Iloilo International Airport serves for the area in Iloilo City, Iloilo Province and Western Visayas region. It has s a passenger terminal, a cargo terminal and a primary runway that receives wide-bodied aircraft. This airport handles for domestic and international flights which include Air Juan, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines and Philippine AirAsia. The distance between Iloilo International Airport and Iloilo City is about 18.1 kilometers. By taking a taxi, it will cost around 400 PHP.
Kalibo International Airport - Kalibo International Airport operates for the Kalibo’s area. It is also one of the main airports that serve for Boracay Island. There are plenty of international and domestic airlines handled by this airport. Among them are Air Busan, Philippine Airlines, Philippine AirAsia, Royal Air Philippines. Xiamen Air, Cebu Pacific and many more. Kalibo International Airport is situated about 3.4 kilometers from the city center. The taxi fare will be around 164 PHP.
Iloilo and Kalibo have a tropical climate which consists of the dry and wet season. The average annual temperature of Kalibo is 27.5 degrees Celsius. The visitors will encounter hot and humid throughout the dry season. At this period, rainfall rarely happens in Kalibo. The visitors can explore the city without worrying about the weather. Meanwhile, it is not a good idea to visit the city during the wet season because of heavy rainfall and thunderstorms.