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Frequently asked about Philippines

Q: When should I visit the Philippines?

A: December through February is the ideal time of year to visit the Philippines. These months fall within the country’s dry season and are some of the coolest, with average temperatures in the mid-70s. March, April, and May are also great months to visit—though expect steamier weather. The average temperature in May is around 83 degrees with the humidity reaching its highest levels. Escape the heat by heading to the mountains—there are several mountain ranges, especially on the island of Luzon where Manila, the country’s capital, is located. Higher elevations provide cooler temperatures year-round. The Philippines’ rainy season spans from June to November, and typhoons are particularly likely from July to September.

Pro tip: All weather is not created equally in the Philippines; in fact, the country has four different climate zones. If your only time off is in November, that definitely doesn’t mean the Philippines is a no-go. A Filipino local can tell you where to go at what times of year to have the best experience.

Q: How many people live in the Philippines?

A: More than 105 million people live in the Philippines, making it one of the most populous countries in the world (currently ranked no. 13). However, the country’s combined land-mass is only a bit bigger than the state of Arizona. Metro Manila is the most densely populated city in the world; there are more than 46,000 people per square mile. That’s at least twice as crowded as New York City.

Q: Do I need a visa to travel to the Philippines?

A: No, US citizens don’t need a visa to visit the Philippines unless they plan on staying for more than 30 days. You’ll need a valid passport and a return airline ticket to enter the country. If you’re traveling to the Philippines from another country, check the embassy’s site to see whether or not you’ll need a visa.

Q: What vaccinations do I need before going to the Philippines?

A: None. You don’t need any special vaccinations to visit the Philippines, but checking that you are up-to-date on all routine vaccinations is a good idea before you go. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention specifically advises ensuring you are current on your measles vaccination.