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Monday, July 30, 2018

Visiting The Philippines On A Low Budget


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The Philippines is definitely one of the best places that you can go for a vocation. The country is renowned for its variety of tropical islands as well as the numerous stretches of beaches that are not easily found in other parts of the world. In addition to that, the country also boats some of the friendliest people in the world thus making it a great option for those who are looking for a great holiday spot.

However, as you are already aware, holidays in foreign countries are always perceived as an expensive affair even though that is never the case. Below are some tips on how you can enjoy a great holiday in Thailand without having to spend a fortune.


Buy Your Tickets As Early As Possible 

The cardinal rule of flight booking has always stated that for cheaper flight tickets, you must book your tickets as early as possible. However, it is surprising that despite many people bee aware of this, they still make last minute booking which ends up costing them a lot of money. Thus, once you have made you mind that you want to have your holiday in the Philippines, please make sure that you book your tickets as early as possible.


Take advantage of the Low season 

In Philippines, the low season is usually between June and September. As commented by different travellers on Trip Advisor, service providers in Philippines tend to lower down their prices significantly during these months as they purpose to appeal to many customers as possible. Indeed, it is not even a surprise to find that hotels have discounted their prices up to 35%. Thus, you can save a lot by going for vocation in the country during these months. Nevertheless, be informed that the weather might not be quite favourable.



Take Advantage of The Variety of Quality Street Food Available 

You cannot claim to have experienced the Philippines culture without trying out their meals. There are numerous market stalls around the country which offer quality meals. Thus, you might consider avoiding the meals options offered by the hotels and have your meals at the food stalls. For about $5, you will be served a place of quality seafood.


Be Ready To Negotiate 

One of the good things about Philippines is that the prices that are normally quoted are not always the final prices. Thus, when you are out there for excursions, make sure that you just don’t pay prices that are quoted to you at your first time of asking. It is absolutely perfect for you to request for discounts and bargain for prices quoted at first.


Do Not Travel During The Festive Period

Festive periods are quite busy in Philippines as the natives are quite religious. Thus, in order for you to be able to pay low prices for flights, accommodation, and to some extent meals, avoid visiting the country during the festive period when demand for everything is quite high and that tends to increase the prices.


Visit various Philippines Travel Websites for More Information

This list is not in any way exhaustive. There are numerous websites that have written detailed information on visiting Philippines such as Wazzup Pilipinas! You should make a point of visiting these websites when planning your vocation to the Philippines since they have a lot of information that can be beneficial to you.



Written by Dominic Brian - A keen traveller with an interest in freelance photography and freelance writing. Dominic works as a content writer at Affordable Custom Writing

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