Pacific Ocean to the west, the Bashi Channel to the north, the Sulu and the Celebes Seas to the south!
This is our Philippines!
Did you know: Philippines is made up of 7,107 islands. Some have grown into cities. Some are the epitome of tropical dreams. Some are just long enough to lay down on and get a tan. Out of these, some are small, some are big, some or sandy, some are sunny, some are exotic, some are beautiful. Above all, Each island is unique to its own self to relax and enjoy.
Seasons & Climate
If you want the bright & sunny, tropical glory of the Philippines, March and May are your months. It will be hot and dry, but that’s what beaches, sunblock and straw hats are for! Want things a little bit cooler? Then November to February are best for you. Love dancing in rain ?, June to October are your months. The months of march to May are hot & dry . The rainy season is from from june to October while the cold season is from November to February. The average temperature ranges from 25 to 30 degree Celsius with a humidity level of 77%.
We’re just shy of being 2,000 kilometers long from the tip of Luzon to the toe of Mindanao, but we are host to a lot of mosts. The most mangrove species in the world. The most bio-diverse reef system. We have extensive mountain ranges to hike through, underwater landscapes to dive in, flat plains to drive across, cave systems to explore, waterfalls, rock faces, rivers, lakes – and, of course, much more.
Kumusta (To be Pronounced as: Koo-Moo-STAH)
Meaning: Hello (informal: Hello, How are you?)
Mabuti (To be Pronounced as: mah-BOO-tee)
Meaning: I am fine
Pera (To be Pronounced as: PEHR-rah)
Magkano? (To be Pronounced as: mahg-KAH-noh)
Meaning: How much?
Oo (To be Pronounced as: OH-oh)
Hindi (To be Pronounced as: heehn-DEE)
Paki (To be Pronounced as: Pah-KEE)
Salamat (To be Pronounced as: sah-LAH-maht)
Meaning: Thank you
Walang anuman (To be Pronounced as: wah-LAHNG ah-noo-MAHN)
Meaning: Your welcome
Tayo (To be Pronounced as: TAH-yoh)
Sige (To be Pronounced as: SEE-geh)
Paalam (To be Pronounced as: Pah-AHL-ahm)
Did you know: Here in Philippines, no one is more than two hours away from a beach-side lounge chair — which explains why everybody knows how to smile, to be safe and to have fun!
Cultures and Traditions
Philippines is rich of cultures and traditions. Every year filipinos celebrate many festivals, some of which include famous fesitvals like Lanzones festival, Masskara festival, San Agustin Church, Gasang-Gasang festival, Kadayawan festival, Sinulog festival, Jeepney festival. We welcome you to Philippines and to share our joy!
Did you know: Formerly an American colony Philippines gained its independence in 1946 with official languages Filipino and English. Philippines is the 3rd largest English speaking country with a high literacy rate that makes it a cost-effective friendly tourism every year.