• In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 30° which is very warm and perfect for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 22° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There will be 10 days of rain with an average of 10.2mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 44%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 30° which is very warm and perfect for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There will be 13 days of rain with an average of 10.5mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 47%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 30° which is very warm and perfect for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There will be 13 days of rain with an average of 10.5mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 47%.

  • In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 29° which is very warm and perfect for sunbathing. The average water temperature will be 23° which is warm and pleasant for relaxing and swimming for long periods. There will be 14 days of rain with an average of 10.5mm rain on those days. Average cloud cover will be 39%.

Palawan Beaches

The Palawan islands are in the central Visayan region of the Philippines and are made up of thousands of islands. The most popular beaches are in Busuanga island and El Nido which offer some of the best beaches in the world. Palawan is still relatively peaceful with many isolated resorts in beautiful locations. Palawan is not a good choice if you are looking for beaches with nightlife - in that case you would be better to visit Boracay.

Palawan Climate

The dry season known as Amihan or the North Easterly monsoon lasts from November until May or June. The rainy season known as Habagat or the South Westerly monsoon lasts from July until October or November. The peak season for Palawan is around March, April and May which is the hottest and driest time to visit, it's also the time of local Philippine holidays and can be very busy during Easter. Palawan is very rarely hit directly by typhoons in the rainy season but can receive heavy rains as they pass through the area.