The rainy months of July to October may just be the best months to travel for the budget conscious since it is the time of the year (in the Philippines at least) when resorts and hotels field out their off-season rates and promos to increase their occupancy rates. Airline companies join in the fray by coming out with promo fares, travel period extending as far as next year’s rainy season!
That being said, I have already booked roundtrip airline tickets for next year to Leyte, Davao and Palawan for a very cost-efficient price of only P 734.40 all-in per trip. That’s three trips to different travel destinations. Talk about saving for the rainy days
It does not rain everyday anyway and when it does, it’s not a continuous downpour unless it’s a typhoon. So pack your backpacks, trusty shirts and comfortable shorts and discover the Philippines! It is more fun in the Philippines!!!
OLIVER QUINGCO II
Banner photo: White Sandbar, Camiguin Island (island province) formerly part of Misamis Oriental
Bottom photo: Sepoc Beach Center, Maricaban Island, Batangas