Philippines, Asia

February is more fun in the Philippines!!

You must have heard of the countries tourism slogan ‘It’s more fun in the Philippines?’ If not let us tell you it is indeed more fun in the Philippines, especially in February.

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Why visit Philippines in February?

Because Philippines is made up of so many islands each island can have a micro climate and varying seasons but February is one month where the entire country is accessible and has good climate. February is also safely out of the Typhoon season and the water conditions are great for diving and snorkeling, two activities that one must do when in Philippines. 

February is also the month for many festivals in the Philippines. We also prefer February as the holiday crowds of New years and Chinese New year have left making it the least crowded time to travel. Some of our favorite islands like Coron, Puerto Princessa, Cebu and Luzon are at their best in terms of weather. 

The chances of facing notorious cyclones and typhoons is almost nil in February which can totally ruin a beach holiday and cancel most activites. 

February weather in Philippines: 

February is one of the winter months and also the dry season in Philippines. Expect temperatures of about 24°C to 30°C. Post February the temperatures rise and the heat can get very oppressive. February is also one of the driest months and chances of a Typhoon are minimal. 

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24°C to 30°C
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Our favourite things to do in Philippines in February

The Baguio Flower festival

Featuring parades of floats beautifully decorated with flowers.

Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival

A 4-day Fiesta providing balloon rides, microlight flying, skydiving and aerobatics displays in Clark, Pampanga 

Suman Festival

A mardi-gras-style featuring street parades, dancing and floats decorated with the native delicacy, suman - sticky rice cake rolled in banana leaves.

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