What is the best time to travel to Philippines?
As time is unpredictable and sometimes it is difficult to match the months of vacation with the best dates to travel to Philippines, we want to explain some details about the rainy season and try to resolve doubts on this subject.
The Philippines becomes a very popular destination during the dry season, which runs from November to April. During these months, it is the perfect destination to move smoothly between its incredible islands and more remote places. The temperatures are highest during the month of March and April, which is why the ideal months to enjoy the country are from December to February.
The rainy season runs from May to October, this does not mean that it is a constant rain or that you normally have to alter your travel plans. During these months you can continue enjoying the country, with sunny days, very green and lush landscapes and fewer tourists than usual
It is important to note that traveling to the Philippines during the rainy season also has advantages, since it represents an economic saving – the prices of many services, flights, hotels … are quite lower than during the dry season. You can also enjoy the country and all that it offers, and in many cases it will be for you alone, since tourism goes down quite during this time
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Publicado por Bohol Divers Club Dive Center en Jueves, 21 de septiembre de 2017
The weather in Philippines is unpredictable and typhoons are one of the factors that most frighten the traveler when embarking on a trip to the country. From our experience we must say that typhoons can happen from the beginning of August to the end of January, and being such an unpredictable factor that many times, from the same country you do not notice. In many cases they touch in areas of the north or some specific archipelago without affecting other areas and in areas as well known as El Nido, or some parts of Visayas, are very protected and it is very difficult to suffer damages caused by typhoons, rather turns into a tropical storm, something very typical in the Philippines.