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Vivid green rice terraces, dazzling beaches, year-round sun, mountains tempered with charming villages and numerous opportunities for diving, island-hopping and surfing, the Philippines offers a wide range of opportunities for every type of traveler.
Trek through the jungle-covered mountains, scale the volcanic landscapes, dive into warm waters and meet the warmhearted people of the Philippines for an exotic and exciting experience.
The Philippines has so many great islands that it was hard to chose. Below our picks of the best places to visit.
Filipino food is a mixture of Chinese, Spanish and Malay cuisine. It is not as famous as many other Asian cuisines, but definitely some lovely dishes you should try. Every island (and that are many) has its own specialty.
The Philippines has a hot and humid tropical climate with a wet season from May to October and a dry season from November to April. January and February are the coolest months and good for travelling, while March, April and May are very hot. Be aware that during the wet season typhoons can hit the islands.
At the moment nearly all countries don’t need a visa to enter the Philippines for stays of less than 22 days - you'll be given a 21-day visa on arrival in the country. If you are planning to stay longer apply at a Philippine embassy or consulate for a three-month single-entry visa, which usually costs US$30. For the latest visa information click here.
Malapascua Island, Philippines
Balicasag Island, Philippines