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Last updated: PH Local Time, July 01, 2021

CATICLAN (MPH) Travel Guidelines


 Travel Permission

  • GCQ: July 01 – 31, 2021
  • Allowed*
  • Learn more about Eligible Passengers for Domestic Travel
  • The Province of Aklan will be placed under GCQ from July 01-31, 2021.
  • Persons with comorbidities shall not be allowed to enter Boracay Island
  • Port of entry of tourists to Boracay Island will only be MPH
  • LSI, ROF, and APOR travelling by air shall only go through KLO.


  NON-AKLANONS Tourist
  Requirements


  • Negative RT-PCR Test Result or Saliva based RT-PCR Test Result with 72 hours validity from the time of extraction to date of travel provided that only those test result processed by the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) or laboratories accredited by both Department of Health (DOH) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
    • Exemption: children aged two (2) years and below
  • Confirmed booking from DOT-accredited establishments
  • Register online as tourist for the Health Declaration Card with QR code available on: aklan.gov.ph or touristboracay.com. The QR code is a mandatory pre-boarding requirement. NO QR CODE, NO ACCEPTANCE
    • REMINDER: The Tourist QR Code has an expiry of twelve (12) hours from the checkout time. If pax is extending their stay in Boracay Island, they should send an email of a new booking slip showing the extension to touristboracay@gmail.com before their original checkout time.
  • Approved S-Pass Registration (https://s-pass.ph)
  • Government issued ID 
  • Round Trip ticket

NOTE: For tourist travelling by air, only Caticlan Airport in Caticlan shall be the port of entry and exit to Boracay, thus KALIBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT shall only cater to Returning Overseas Filipinos (ROF), Locally Stranded Individuals (LSI), Authorized Persons Outside Residence (APOR) and other emergency travelers.

 
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Per PAL’s Conditions of Carriage, the passenger is solely responsible for verifying and complying with all applicable government laws/regulations of all destinations/countries to be flown from, to or through. PAL shall not be liable for the passenger’s failure to comply with said laws/regulations, or for any aid or information given here or by a PAL agent or employee in connection with said laws/regulations.


This page contains the travel rules and requirements for each province, city, or municipality in the Philippines. Please note that there may be multiple travel requirements for each destination on national and provincial levels. We would also like to remind passengers that these rules are subject to change by the issuing local government authority and are issued for passengers’ and the public’s safety. As these requirements may change at short notice, the advisories below are meant only as a guide. Please make sure that you have the correct and have completed the required documents before you travel.


*CAAP list of airports with LGU Clearance to resume commercial flights.  Some airports, while allowing the resumption of commercial flights, are subject to different documentary and passenger LGU restrictions.