Climate and immigration

Climate

In the Philippines there are two seasons. The dry summer months runs from November to May, and the rainy months runs from June to October. The coldest time is November to February, when the average temperature is 28 degrees, while the average temperature shuffles up to 32 degrees in April-May. Generally, dress easy, unless you visit the cooler mountainous areas. Loose and casual clothing, ideally of cotton or natural fibre, is advisable.

Immigration

Visitors from several countries do not require a special visa for the Philippines, with a 21-day stay granted upon arrival, provided they have valid onward tickets. Passports should be valid for at least six months from the date of entry. Please check with the Philippine embassy or consulate in your area for more information.

Please note: Upon departure from the Philippines, every person has to pay departure-fee of Php 750,00. So please save som Php currency for this fee.

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