Philippines in August

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August is the low tourist season in the Philippines, and it is the third month of the rainy season. In different regions, there are different amounts of precipitation and sunny days, maybe even lucky with the weather, and you can comfortably relax on the beach and sunbathe, but in general, the weather situation remains alarming, and there is a lot of rain compared to the dry season. Only on the island of Bohol the amount of precipitation decreases slightly, but the success of the holiday will again depend on luck.

Beaches in August in the Philippines are mostly like this

But even if you are lucky with the weather at a separate Resort, do not forget that August is the so-called Typhoon and hurricane season throughout the country. And even if a tropical storm or hurricane forms and passes through the East and north of the country away from popular tourist resorts, as is most often the case, it is also strongly felt far from the epicenter. Usually, during storms throughout the country for 2-3 days, the weather deteriorates greatly, strong winds blow and it rains, flights and ferry services can be canceled.

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Weather in the resorts of the Philippines by month

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