For decades, traveling has been an integral part of countless people’s lives in the Philippines. Going to other places can bring anyone an immense amount of joy, allowing them to disconnect from the world and recharge to avoid being burned out. In addition, visiting picturesque travel spots is undoubtedly a welcome sight on social media feeds and might inspire other people to wander that place.
However, the tourism industry has suffered tremendously in the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The past two years saw numerous travel sites close their doors to travelers, with countless establishments also needing to shut operations as they fail to bear the negative economic effect of the global health crisis.
But even though the world is still moving towards the post-pandemic era, many economies worldwide have already eased up their guidelines. The sector is slowly recuperating from the prolonged hiatus, allowing patrons to visit attractions once more. Travelers need to ensure that they comply with the requirements, especially when visiting faraway cities and provinces.
Apart from going to towns that usually take hours or days to reach, more and more people are choosing to explore local spots. Staycations have become a trend in the industry in recent years, allowing many individuals an opportunity to unwind without the need to travel a lot and spend tons of money on one trip.
And one of the most popular staycation spots in the country is the city of Tagaytay. Located in the province of Cavite, Tagaytay is a hotspot for locals and city dwellers because of the unique experience for the visitors. Located just two hours south of Manila, countless people from the capital area and neighboring towns book rooms in various accommodations, such as SMDC Wind Residences Tagaytay, which will give easy access to the best sites in the city.
But apart from picking where to stay, it is also essential for travelers to choose what season they will visit when planning their affordable family staycation in Tagaytay. One of the best times to go to Tagaytay is during the summer season. The summer season in the Philippines, as a tropical country, can get pretty hot, and the temperature in Tagaytay typically does not exceed 30° C. Summer also means less rainfall and the possibility of tropical storms, making it the perfect time for picnics in the city.
To learn more about the best time to go to Tagaytay, check this infographic provided by Staycation Tagaytay.