Go Ahead And Take The Plunge In The Rain

But in an archipelago like the Philippines, the season shouldn’t stop you from enjoying what the islands have to offer despite the rain. So here are some tips on how to make the most of the weather – and the low prices of off-peak and offbeat locations.

Ride the waves. Heavy wind and rains mean one thing for these board-toting dudes and dudettes: Surf’s up! From Aurora to Siargao, the swells are highest from October to January.

Wakeboard. If the deep blue sea is not your thing, but water is still an enticing adventure, then strap yourself up and hold on tight. From the Republ1c Wakeboard Park near the metro, the Clark Wakeboard Park up north to the Deca Wakeboard Park in Davao, there’s sure to be one near you.

Churn it up. Still want to be strapped down and enjoy the waves at the same time? Then white water rafting is for you. It’s the perfect time to enjoy the strongest currents and rapids in Cagayan de Oro.

Take a hot dip. For a hint of nostalgia, visit the classic hot springs of Calamba, Sorsogon, and even North Cotabato. Since the rains bring with it a nice chill, the soothing temperature is the perfect counter to the weather.

Food trip. Of course, the best thing to do in bed weather is to have a staycation and eat. And the best complement to a hot, hot meal is an ice-cold bottle of Nestea Ready-to-Drink. Whether you’re searching for the next hole-in-the-wall or just staying home with friends, the Lemon, Apple, and Lemon Ice, variants are sure to be a rainy day hit.

So take the plunge anywhere and let the adventure begin!
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