Often, Kalibo is just a “passing through” site before reaching the popular tourist destination, Boracay. It is very unfortunate because Kalibo has plenty of fantastic unexplored point of interests to offer. The chilled back, the slow-paced city, is ideal for vacationing as a family, a group of friends, or even for backpackers. Kalibo offers tasty, fresh seafood, river cruises, aged cathedrals, mangrove forests and more aesthetically pleasing places to see. Next time you are bound to pass through Kalibo for Boracay, make sure to spend a day or two in Kalibo to explore more of this vibrant city.
Whether you are traveling to Kalibo or just passing through to reach another destination, definitely consider staying for a couple of days in this town in time for the Ati-Atihan Festival which is celebrated annually on the third Sunday of January. During the Ati-Atihan Festival, you will get the opportunity to witness varieties of tribal dance, music, accompanied by indigenous costumes and weapons, and parade along the street. Additionally, Kalibo in January boasts warm, sunny weather and clear blue skies, making it the best time to travel to this city.
Legazpi Airport - The airport serving the city of Legazpi is known as the Legazpi Airport. Located only 5 kilometers away from Legazpi’s main city center, this commercial airport terminal is the busiest domestic airport in mainland Southern Luzon. Airline carriers that operate daily scheduled flights to and from the Legazpi Airport terminal include Cebu Pacific Air, Philippine Airlines and Cebgo Airlines.
Kalibo International Airport - Situated only 2 kilometers away from the main city of Kalibo, the Kalibo International Airport is the main terminal operating international and domestic flights to the city, its surrounding area and Boracay. Being one of two airports serving the well-known tourist destination, Boracay, the Kalibo International Airport caters flights to and fromvarious major cities in the country and also internationally such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.
Variations of weather conditions in Kalibo is less to none. Fortunately, the climate in this vibrant city is often warm and sunny. However, being a tropical country, it is normal to experience occasional showers. The months of May until December can be expected to have high chances of precipitation. June is the wettest month in Kalibo, while February is the warmest.