Published: 24 January 2015 by: Nichola Davies

Philippine Festival

Couples in need of a romantic getaway - there couldn't be a better time to visit the Philppines! Cebu Pacific is offering $149 seats for the Sydney-Manila route so get packing!

Cebu Pacific is the largest airline in the Philipines and seats for this very special offer will be selling from January 14 to 16 or while seats last. With no cheeky fuel charges and fares being inclusive of country taxes there won't be any surprises.

The travel period for these $149 seats is from July 1 to November 30, 2015 giving you plenty of time to get organised for a romantic getaway for two, or, maybe even a honeymoon! Cebu Pacific has connections via Manila to over 33 other domestic destinations, giving travellers easy connectivity to the rest of the romantic locations in the Philippines, which are also on sale now for as little as $22.

To sweeten the deal, the travelling period falls over two of the Philippines most celebrated festivals. Couples can choose from the lively Kadayawan Festival in Davao City every August, or the religious Penafrancia Festival in Naga City every September. As well as attend these spectacular festivals, couples can go on an eco-adventure, city escape, or simply relax and unwind at the beach via any of Cebu Pacific’s inter-island routes.

Discover where to stay and what to do in the Philippines.

Related article: Jet Set to the Philippines With AUD199 Return Flights Sydney to Manila

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