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Fly to Manila, Philippines with these cheap flights from Philippine Airlines. Depart from Sydney, Melbourne & Perth between February to June & during September 2020 with bags, meals and in-flight entertainment included. Some flights even have wifi.
**This deal has now ended**
But that doesn’t mean you’ve missed out. You can browse the latest travel deals here. If you’re looking for a particular destination, you can search for cheap flights to anywhere here, or request deals from your city.
These cheap seats won’t last long, at most a day or so. If you find dates that suit, book it or miss out. Click on ‘view flight‘ to see flight times or to choose alternate dates. From there, you can then choose an online travel agent to book your flight.
Before you book: Read this article about booking online travel, then this one about travel agents, then listen to this podcast episode which features stories when I issued airline tickets.
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Why book via my website?
As an independent creative, it’s incredibly challenging to make a living from selling books or my services as a photographer alone, competing against giant corporate conglomerates. However, sharing my wealth of knowledge from years spent travelling, and working in the travel industry provides useful knowledge to you (at no cost) to help make independent travel, easier. The thing is though, it costs real money to keep this website going.
I know you have an array of websites to choose from when it comes to booking your travel arrangements, however Booking your flights, hotels, attractions, day tours, car hire, rail passes, buying guide books, SIM cards and any other travel products you encounter, via links provided on my website, (including this page) costs you nothing extra (in many cases they are discounted from what you could find elsewhere), but it helps keep my website going. Booking via links on my website takes a small commission from large corporations who then give it to me because you clicked on links via my website, thus supporting an independent creative at no cost to you.
As an ex-travel agent, I’m fully aware of what potential online scams are out there, and will only include links I use myself (or plan to).
I’m just one guy, trying to make a difference in the world and for your support, I thank you 🙂
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Here’s some recommendations:
Lonely Planet: Philippines
Lonely Planet’s Philippines is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Pick your strip of pearly white sand, snorkel with gentle whale sharks at Donsol or dive at Puerto Galera, and cruise through the reefs and islands of the Bacuit Archipelago. Every independent journey needs a guidebook.
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Explore the Philippines like a local with a guidebook.
All books are on sale with FREE worldwide delivery. Inside you’ll find crucial information to travel independently including transport, accommodation, eateries, local customs and language, health and safety advice and emergency contacts. Best of all, it works without wifi and won’t ever run out of batteries.
- Lonely Planet: Philippines
- Lonely Planet: Filipino (Tagalog) Phrasebook and Dictionary
- National Geographic: Philippines Adventure Travel Map
- José Rizal: Noli Me Tangere (Touch Me Not) Fiction
In more than a century since its appearance, Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere has become widely known as the great novel of the Philippines. A passionate love story set against the ugly political backdrop of repression, torture, and murder.
Wondering why you should book via my site? Here’s why.