Hotel booking at the best Philippines travel time

Philippines Travel time – In general, the main season and thus the best recommended time to travel the Philippines, is the cool and dry period of December to February. Although the temperature differences itself, it should be relatively dry and somewhat cooler in this phase. A continuous heat period can be expected in the months of March to May. For many, the extreme humidity can lead to considerable strain on the body circulation system. This is especially true when you are in the dusty metropolis of Manila with its polluted air. In September and October, and partly also in November, one should expect stronger rainfall on the many islands of the country.

Philippines travel time – Should you go to the Philippines during rainy season?

The rainy season in the Philippines is usually around the months of June, July, August and September. During this period, the Philippines is subject to the strong influence of various weather conditions caused by the southwest monsoon of the Indian Ocean. For me personally, the rainy season should not be an obstacle for abstaining from a trip to the Philippines. Anyway, an exact weather forecast is very difficult to make at 7,107 islands. Since even in rainy season, there is often much sunshine and the precipitation may occur just in short yet heavy showers. Nevertheless, it is not wrong to bear the rainy season in mind when deciding on the ideal Philippines travel season.

Based on official information, I recommend the following months as the best Philippines travel time:

January, February, March, October, November and December.

It is somewhat more stormy in the south of Mindanao, where the Philippines are regularly hit by some severe storms. On the average of six typhoons may affect the Philippines islands between the months of July to December. The annual rainfall in the Philippines is between 2,000 and 3,000 mm. from a temperature point of view, the differences are relatively minor.

For further information about the weather and typhoon in the Philippines:


Weather Philippines