• 6/26/2019 5:15 PM
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Exotic getaway! 10 nights in top-rated hotel in Malapascua Island, Philippines + flights from Chicago for $570!


Take advantage of this package deal and relax on the amazing beaches of the exotic Malapascua Island, Philippines! 10 nigh stay in top-rated beach cabana + flights from Chicago, USA for $570 per person!

There are plenty of reasons to visit the Philippines! This amazing destination offers pretty much everything you need: the world class beaches, awesome conditions for water sports, stunning mountains and volcanoes, along with caves and rice terraces to explore.

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Situated along the shores of the exotic Malapascua Island, Thresher Cove Dive Resort has private beach area and an an outdoor pool where guests can take diving lessons.

Travel dates:
October 25 – November 6, 2019

Chicago – Cebu – Chicago

Sample flight reservations:
Chicago – Cebu – Chicago >>

We picked for you the very well rated Thresher Cove Dive Resort so follow our links and book your vacation!

To get from Cebu Airport to Malapascua Island you can, for example, take a bus/transfer from Cebu North Bus Terminal to Maya Port, and then a boat from Maya Port to the island. 

Baggage policy:
One cabin and one checked in bag per passenger.

How to book:
To book flights to Cebu CLICK HERE >>

To book cheap accommodation CLICK HERE >>

Offer Details:

  • 10 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Very well rated accommodation

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: from $920 round trip ($460 per person)
  • Hotel: $220, 10 night ($110 per person)
  • Total: From $1140/ $570 per person

Airport Transfers:
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