|Currency||Philippine Peso (₱)|
|Exchange Rate||US$1 = ₱57.23|
|Plugs||A, B, C|
|Time||Philippine Standard Time (UTC+08:00)|
|Must-Try||Adobo, Sinigang, Lechon, Kare-Kare, Halo-Halo|
|January - February||High season. Dry and cool weather. Perfect for outdoor activities.|
|March - May||High season. Hot and dry weather. Best time for beach trips.|
|June - September||Low season. Rainy season. Expect frequent showers.|
|October - December||High season. Cooler weather. Festive atmosphere due to Christmas season.|
Sagada is a peaceful mountain town known for its hanging coffins and caves. Enjoy trekking, cave exploration, and stunning mountain views.
Banaue is famous for its ancient rice terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the terraces, interact with the locals, and learn about their culture.
Bicol is a region known for its pristine beaches and perfect cone-shaped volcano, Mount Mayon. Enjoy beach activities, visit the volcano, and indulge in local cuisine.
Donsol is a popular destination for whale shark watching. Swim with gentle giants and experience this unique and unforgettable encounter.
Coron is an island in Palawan known for its crystal-clear lakes, lagoons, and stunning dive spots. Explore the island's natural beauty and go snorkeling or diving.
El Nido is a paradise with limestone cliffs, secret beaches, and turquoise waters. Island hop, go kayaking, and enjoy the picturesque landscapes.
Cebu is a bustling city with historical sites and beautiful beaches. Visit Magellan's Cross, explore Fort San Pedro, and relax on the beaches of Mactan Island.
Dumaguete is known for its universities and laid-back atmosphere. Explore the underwater world through snorkeling or diving and visit the historic Silliman University.
Siquijor is an enchanting island known for its natural beauty and mysticism. Visit the stunning waterfalls, enjoy the pristine beaches, and experience local folklore.
Siargao is a surfer's paradise with world-class waves and laid-back vibes. Try surfing, island-hopping, and enjoy the stunning sunsets.
The Philippines is made up of 7,641 islands.