Philippines

Travel guide
How to get from Cebu to Siargao

With over 7000 islands, the best word to describe the hilippines is "paradise". Discover the turquoise waters, white sand beaches, and hidden lagoons. If you're an avid surfer, you'll love Siargao Island.

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Currency

Philippine peso

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Capital

Manila

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Language

Filipino

How to get from Cebu to Siargao Philippines
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Best time to visit Philippines

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Dry season: December - April

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Rainy season: May - November

It's not so easy when it comes to the Philippines. In general, the dry season lasts from December to April while the rainy season hits the Philippines between May and November. However, some islands (like Siargao) follow the opposite seasons.

Dry season

The best months to visit the Philippines are January till March. The days are hot and sunny with tourist season at its peak. Siargao is experiencing a dry season between March and October.

Rainy season

The rainy season hits most of the country between June and December. In general, you should avoid visiting between July and October when typhoons come. In Siargao, the rainy season is between September and February

Interesting facts about Philippines

Karaoke addiction

Many people don't know that Filipinos love karaoke a lot. And when I say a lot, I'm not exaggerating. Almost every Filipino home features a karaoke machine or a microphone. People doing karaoke everywhere - on a beach, in a bar or just on a street.

Additionally, you can find restaurants and bars throughout the country offering karaoke. People can do karaoke together, earn points of scores, and compete. Karaoke is fun and it's also deeply ingrained in their culture.

The longest underground river in the world

In the Philippines, you can find the longest underground river in the world. The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River is an amazing place that is about 80 km north of Puerto Princesa City. It's 8.2 kilometers long, and you can even enjoy exploring this river on a boat. The river was also declared as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

Know before you go

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Plug type

In the Philippines, the three common plug types are A, B, and C.

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Time zone

Philippines use GMT +8h time zone.

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Visa

Most nationalities traveling to the Philippines don't need a visa for 30 days. But if your stay exceeds 30 days, you have to pay for the visa. We recommend using ivisa.com.

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Best phone operators

In the Philippines, the major mobile service providers are Globe Telecom and Smart. Smart is known for its fast and reliable internet connection. We used Smart and we had zero issues.

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Tipping

Tipping isn’t expected everywhere in the Philippines, but it’s considered an extra gesture of appreciation for exceptional service. It's customary to tip around 10%.

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Car rental: Discover cars

Insurance: Safety Wings

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Bus, train: 12.Go Asia

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Tours: Viator

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Visa: iVisa

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