When to Travel to Cebu, Philippines

Apr 5, 2019Travel Tips

Knowing the best time to travel to Cebu can make a huge and positive effect on your travel plans.

Cebu in January

Come to Cebu on January and get a glimpse of its culture and heritage by celebrating one of the country’s most famous street dancing festivals – the Sinulog. It is an entire-city celebration of the Sto Niño where trained performers dance along the streets in colorful flamboyant costumes. The festival lasts for 9 days and the major event culminates on the 3rd Sunday of January.

Summer months in Cebu

Enjoy the summer heat on March, April, or May when temperatures are usually the highest and the beaches packed with tourists.

The Wet Season

Avoid the tourist rush and travel between June to December. Be aware though that these months comprise the rainy season and may hamper you from having a smooth relaxing vacation. Stay alert on weather updates and always be on the loop for any flight delays or reschedules.

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