What is The Best Time To Go to Romblon?

If you are the type of traveler who doesn’t want to go with the crowd, it’s a wise idea to know the best time to visit Romblon. Fret not because this blog post will cover the different months and when your trip might be the best time to go.

What is The Best Time To Go to Romblon

Getting Started

To know the best time to explore this epic paradise, ask yourself these questions:

– Does it bother you a lot if you go during peak season?

– Do you have the money to go anytime?

– Do you want to spend your time outdoors?

– Are you looking for a beach and an underwater world, or do you need to see the spectacles of nature?

– Do you want to get away from city life and social obligations?

– What is the most convenient means of transport for your trip (plane, bus, jeepney)?

You can narrow your time frame by answering them to have a specific trip.

Now that we have gotten the preliminaries out of the way let’s move on. When is the best time to visit Romblon? Read on.

What time of year is best to visit the Romblon?

Given the fact that Romblon belongs to a tropical country, its weather is relatively warm throughout the year, and sea breezes temper the heat for most of the year round.

Looking at the weather, the average temperature ranges from 80° F to 95° F (27° C – 35° C), with the most activity during the rainy season. The weather does not differ that much from one month to another, but here are some similarities:

There are only two seasons to worry about throughout the year: the dry season (May to November) and the rainy season (December to April). The dry season usually starts in May.

During the dry season, most activity and tourism happens in coastal areas such as Tablas and Sibuyan island. While this is not a bad thing per se, it may be better if you go sightseeing. Water adventures such as snorkeling or diving are the best choices during this time.

If you choose to go sightseeing during the rainy season, expect most of the activities to be on land. Heavy rains occur a few times a year in parts of Romblon Sibuyan Island (mid-August), and Tablas (end of August). Luckily, you won’t have to worry about storms as long as you are in the lowlands.

This is not to say that you can relax your guard. Storms are possible at any time in some areas; be prepared at all times. It’s best that you do not visit the highlands—for obvious reasons.



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