Philippines in July

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July is the second month of the rainy season in the Philippines, and a very bad time to go on vacation to the country. High clouds, rains and monsoons leave little chance for a beach holiday or snorkeling and diving. Due to the constant waves, the water is muddy, visibility for scuba diving deteriorates. Plus, perhaps, only in the fact that the prices for accommodation are significantly reduced.

Rainbow on Panglao during low season

Against the background of bad weather, tropical storms can form, in some cases turning into typhoons with destruction and loss of life. Although the epicenters of typhoons and storms, as a rule, pass through the northern and eastern part of the country, and popular resorts are not directly affected, it is worth being prepared for possible consequences in the form of termination of air and ferry services, evacuations. Usually, the period of passage of a storm or typhoon lasts no more than 3 days, after which good weather can be established for a while, but this is as luck would have it.

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Weather in the resorts of the Philippines by month

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