Climate & Weather in Philippines

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Climate & Weather in Philippines


The Philippines is a tropical island. It has only two seasons: the wet and dry season. Of course, with the thousands of islands to discover, such as Cebu and Palawan, a summery feel is a requirement for the best trip to this gem in the Pacific. The dry season starts in late November and ends in May. The rainy seasons starts in June and lasts till October. September and October are often the typhoon season in the Philippines.

Although foreign visitors think that it is always summer in the Philippines, the Filipinos think and feel summer in April and May—the hottest months in the Philippines. The sky is at its bluest and the water at its clearest during this time of the year. During these months Tours on Cebu are amazing and Island Hoping Tours are spectacular. If you are visiting Philippines in other months, private city tours and local home-cooked dinners are some great ways to explore the beauty and local lifestyle of this country.

Adventurous Experiences in Philippenes

A visit to the Taal Volcano

from

€110.00 p.p.

A Learning Banca Ride: A Bojo River Eco-Tour

from

€16.00 p.p.

2-Day Ultimate Extreme Adventure Tour

from

€247.00 p.p.

Seasons & temperatures in the Philippines

The hottest season in the Philippines falls in April and May, which is the best time to go to the beach or trek highlands. Locals and foreigners alike head to northern Luzon for its cool temperature. Baguio City, the summer and flower capital in the Philippines, is locked in the mesmerizing Benguet ranges. During summer, its temperature reaches 38°C and drops until 9°C degrees from November to February. For a trip with cooler temperature, it is best to explore the hidden secrets in northern Luzon or trek major mountains like Mt. Apo, Mt. Kanlaon, and Mt. Pulag to name a few. In major cities like Manila and Cebu, the temperature can be very warm, making you feel it is summer all year round.

Join a home dinner with a local family

Nutritious Outdoor Dinner in Puerto Princesa

from

€9.00 p.p.

Eat Filipino Meal & Overlook Beautiful Manila

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€35.00 p.p.

Average Monthly Climate in Philippines (Manilla)

Month
Max ℃
Min ℃
Hours sun
Days rain
Rain (mm)
January
30
22
170
4
13
February
30
22
210
3
7
March
32
24
220
4
13
April
33
25
255
4
24
May
34
26
220
9
129
June
32
25
125
16
287
July
31
25
125
22
354
August
31
28
125
22
474
September
31
24
140
22
401
October
31
24
170
17
182
November
31
24
170
12
114
December
31
24
160
9
63

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A customized trip with Jessie Carl

Skip the loaded tour buses and jump on board with Jessie for a truely personalised and whirlwind of a trip to south Cebu!
If you want to do anything in particular - let them know as they will be more than accomodating!

Jam- packed adventure and a true local experience - thanks Jessie Nilo!

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Josephine Jessie Carl
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Cultural and Adventurous Tour with Food Trip!

We had a really good time with the guys. It was a really local look into Cebu. I would choose them again.

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A Learning Banca Ride: A Bojo River Eco-Tour

We had a fantastic day with Elroy as our guide. The Bojo River is beautiful and the eco-tourism project led by people from a local village is inspiring and very well carried out. After the river cruise we had a table full of delicious snacks for lunch at an organic farm before heading back to Cebu. Elroy is not only a competent guide and a safe and considerate driver but also a very sweet person. We truly enjoyed his company! Thank you so much Elroy, hope to see you again!