Philippines Tour Packages

Useful Information

 Capital Manila
 Population 100,981,437
 Currency Philippine peso
 Major Religion Christianity

Calamian Islands Special

  • 7 Night Accommodation with hotel
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basis
  • Airfare
  • Coron Town Tour
  • Coron Island Tour
  • Calauit Safari Park
  • Black Island Caves
  • Panlaitan Village
  • Calamian Islands – Island Hopping
06 Nights/ 07 Days
1,59,000
Calamian Islands, including Busuanga, Coron, & Calauit Island

Central Visayas Discovery

  • 13 Night Accommodation with hotel
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basis
  • Airfare
  • Boracay – Island Hopping Tour
  • Boracay transfers via Caticlan
  • Manila City Tour
  • Pagsanjan Tour
  • Bohol Sightseeing tour
  • Cebu city sightseeing tour
  • Whale and Dolphin Spotting
  • Olango Island Day Tour
  • Traditional Paraw Boat sailing
13 Nights/ 14 Days
1,65,000
Manila, Bohol, Cebu, Boracay

Nature Blessed Philippines

  • 13 Night Accommodation with hotel
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basis
  • Airfare
  • Legaspi City tour
  • Albay Provincial Tour
  • Firefly River Tour
  • Sula Channel Cruising
  • Bacacay Island Hopping
  • Bohol Countryside Tour
  • Panglao Island
  • Apo Island
  • Whale & Dolphin Spotting
  • Manila City Tour
13 Nights/ 14 Days
1,85,000
Manila, Legaspi, Donsol, Bohol, Dumaguete, Apo Island

      Best Time To Visit- Month-by-month guide to travelling.

The start of the year has just the right kind of weather in Philippines. It is not too hot, nor too cold. The temperatures remain pleasant and the climate remains fairly dry. For tourists, it is an excellent time to catch up on the beauty of Philippines since rains are expected to be minimal.

If you prefer quiet over crowd, this is the month for you. After the sudden rush of tourists in January, the month of February remains comparatively quieter. You can get the best of both the worlds, with lesser crowd and amazing weather, which tends to get even warm.

The temperatures continue to rise and it is the peak month for travelers. Be prepared to find a crowded Philippines this month. Easter will have most of the accommodations booked and unavailable. So if you wish to celebrate Easter here, make your bookings in advance.

These are going to be the last months of the dry season and the crowd is going to be rushing in to the country. If you wish to enjoy the last of hot and dry Philippines, make sure to do your bookings in advance. There is plenty that the country has to offer.

It gets even hotter in May. The coastal and the Mountainous regions in Philippines offer some respite during this time of the year. The lowlands get too hot to bear. It is one of the best times to visit, since Philippines looks forward to quite an eventful month during the end of the dry season.

Monsoons are likely to takeover most parts of the country. The first showers spring up in the Northern parts of Philippines and they move gradually towards the south over the month. The Parts around Cebu have more probability to remain dry during this month.

Well into monsoons, July calls for heavier downpour, especially in the Northern parts of the country. The only parts that remain safer are around Cebu in Central Philippines. Even the dry areas may witness an occasional light shower, however it won’t affect your holiday much.

These months are very much similar to July. However during this month, the sunny Cebu or the Central Philippines provide no respite for travelers. With the increase in the risk of typhoons during the end of August, a trip to Philippines is best avoided during this time.

With the arrival of October the rains start to recede. However we still do not consider it is the best time to travel. The risk of Typhoons haunt the country at least until the end of this month. So if you are planning a trip in October, ensure to book for the last days of the month.

The Dry season has officially started, however the chance of Typhoons still remains. The climate fluctuates amidst comfortable temperatures and a dry weather. However it is not until the end of the month that you’d be able to truly enjoy the scenic beauty of Philippines.

December marks the peak of travel season as the cooler temperatures welcome tourists. There is a slight chance of typhoons even in this month. However the holiday-mood of the country and the relaxing air is worth the risk for most tourists.

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