Philippines has beaches for everyone, young and old, sunbathers to extreme sports enthusiasts. Sand of the Beaches is perhaps the best in the world soft white coral sand that never heats up If you're planning a trip to Philippines, it only makes sense to check out the beaches first, and plan your lodging accordingly. If you already have booked your trip, you can use this site to find out which beaches are most convenient to your accomodations. You can use the search box at the top of each page to find beaches that have certain features you want, or just look below to start browsing beaches by location! And thanks in advance for leaf an short review of your place.
The Philippines is a hot [ 22C-38C] and humid [85%] Asian country loaded with lovely relaxed people, tropical jungle and glorious beaches some of which are now the preserve of luxury resorts. The country costs little to travel in unless you stay at a fancy resort, and that's not necessary, there are plenty of downmarket hotels available. Manila, the capital, is polluted, uninteresting and not short of crime, but you'll have to stop over briefly en route to your island paradise of choice.
The dry season runs roughly from January - June, the rest is wet, though that could mean just a shower once a day or a full-on typhoon. December-February is cooler, while March-May is hotter. But there are considerable regional variations...'Haze', caused by forest fires and slash/burn agricultural practices in both Malaysia and Indonesia has, in the past, obscured the sun and reduced air quality around Aug-Sept, but does not seem to be such a problem in this millennium.