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Your Guide to Traveling to The Philippines

Best Time to Go to the Philippines

The Philippines has two distinct seasons, wet and dry.


The dry season starts from November until June. These months are considered the best time to travel to most destinations in the Philippines.

The wet season, on the other hand, is from July to October. During this time, an average of nine typhoons hit the Philippines and may cause flooding and landslides in some areas.


While not all typhoons make landfall, the heavy rains may still affect your trip, so make sure to check weather forecasts. 

Note, though, that it doesn’t rain every day, nor does it rain the whole day during the wet season, unless there is a typhoon.


It's still best to check the weather forecast for your Philippine destinations when planning a trip. Weather-wise, here’s what you can expect when traveling in the Philippines and where to go.

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Visa

Before making an Visa Application please read the Visa Information page.

Since 20 December 2021, the Philippine Embassy in Madrid launched the Online Visa Application System (OVAS).  In this regard, ALL foreign nationals who wish to apply for a 9(A) Temporary Visitor’s visa must file their visa applications online through https://www.visa.gov.ph.

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Traveling to The Philippines with your pet

Planning to take your pet to the Philippines? check out the requirements here.

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Arriving at Manila Airport: What You Need to Know

Like any metropolitan city, Manila can be confusing for first-time visitors, starting with arriving at the airport. Manila international airport, officially known as the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) or Manila Airport, has four terminals, which are not connected via airport rail link. Consider this when booking your flights, as inter-airline transfers may be complicated.

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