One of the most important things tourists need to consider when visiting any destination is the weather. The climate of a city for travel purposes can either make or break your vacation. You wouldn’t want to be visiting an island during the tropical storm season would you? Luckily, the weather in Subic is pleasantly ideal all throughout the year, which makes it the perfect destination for tourists looking for a fun-filled adventure not quite far from the city of Manila.
As with most cities and provinces in the Philippines, Subic weather is characterized into two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. Unlike western countries such as the United States that experience all four winter, spring, summer and fall seasons, the Philippines is considered a tropical country which falls mainly into two categories. Given this duo description of the climate, the weather in Subic can either be hot or cold.
The dry season of Subic Bay is experienced during the months of November to May. The wet season, on the other hand, is from June to October, but sometimes seasons may overlap each other. What sets Subic apart from the other regions in the Philippines is that the bay area does not experience any extreme ranges of weather conditions unlike that of Manila. The Freeport Zone does not get too hot nor too cold, which gives it the ideal kind of weather for vacations. [Read more…]