We are all feeling sepanx about leaving summer behind. But hey! Don’t fret there are other things that we can still visit and enjoy this Rainy season. With Philippines’ current climate there’s no stopping us from traveling a lot! Who says you should stay cozy at your room? The Heck no! So before you get all excited, you might need to take the time to read these tips before you travel this rainy season!
We are all feeling sepanx about leaving summer behind. But hey! Don’t fret there are other things that we can still visit and enjoy this rainy season. With Philippines’ current climate there’s no stopping us from traveling a lot! Who says you should stay cozy at your room? The Heck no! So before you get all excited, you might need to take the time to read these tips before you travel this rainy season!
Bring your waterproof items with you.
It’s certain that you’ll get wet and your things might too. Don’t worry, because there are a ton of stuff you can do. Pack items that you can use on keeping yourself and your stuff dry. A waterproof jacket which you can fold easily. Water resistant bag – It will help you on keeping your things dry while you’re busy from traveling and daily activities. Also, bring a water resistant watch or cell phone case which can save you from damaging your electronic devices.
Off Season means Lower Rates!
Rainy season means you get all the hotels and places all by yourself plus lower rates for tours, plane tickets and hotel rates. But somehow with a small attendance, some tour packages might get canceled. Just remember to research this possibility thoroughly and always look for updates before your trip to avoid disappointment.
Self-Restraint is the Key!
I know streets foods are tempting and savory, you can get manipulated easily by its smell. To avoid getting sick, you should restrain yourself from trying it. Why? We all know for a fact that rainy season is also a season for diseases and street foods are in the open area and exposed to germs. For the sake of your health avoid them and try eating at some indoor restaurants.
Be Updated with News.
While on the road or even before departing it’s a must that you should get updates from the news and weather reports. Hillside areas tend to have mudslides and landslides during the heavy rainfalls, and low-lying areas might get flooded. It’s the best and safest way is to check the news before leaving your home.
Pack Repellants and Medicines
Water basins are one of the breeding grounds of mosquitoes and other killer insects. As rainy season comes mosquitoes and other insects widespread quickly, that’s when diseases are spreading as well even if you’re traveling by air or water. To prevent from getting unwanted diseases and getting sick throughout your trip might as well carry repellents to keep your away from destructive insects and medicine to combat illness.
Delays, delays they are everywhere!
The number one reason for travel delays on any parts of the world is the weather. If you decided to travel this rainy season, expect delays at some points in your trip. Before you go, you should validate if your travel insurance covers any possible delays and interruptions along the way. One main tip is to prepare yourself mentally to avoid getting stress while on the trip.
Traveling this rainy season is not that hard as in summer because heat can be a hindrance too. So by knowing these things, nothing can stop you from going out and enjoying what the outdoors offer.
Pat yourself coz you are ready to go!
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