Darwin is located along the Timor Sea, which is at the tip of the Northern Territory. It is the capital city of Australia's Northern Territory. According to the 2014 statistic, it has a population of 122571 people. It always referred to as Australia's Top End. Darwin is known for its tropical climate. It is the only the city in Australia that has only two seasons in a year. Besides that, this city is filled with beautiful natural wonders such as waterfalls and mountains. The visitors can get up close meeting crocodiles as well as a visit to art galleries and museums in this city.
The number of visitors during the off-peak season is low due to bad weather. The visitors unable to have a tour around the city with rainfall and thunderstorms frequently happen. However, the visitors can get an opportunity to see bird during this period as well as getting less rate on flight tickets and discounted accommodation. Many visitors like to come during the dry season because of less probability of rainfall in this city. The visitors can visit many attraction places and have an adventure trip to the mountains with clear skies and warm weather. Hence, the best time to travel to Darwin is during the dry season.
Laguindingan Airport - Laguindingan Airport is the primary airport meant to serve the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan, in addition to the regions of Misamis Oriental, Lanao del Norte and Bukidnon. Sitting on a 4.17 square kilometres site in Barangay Moog which is about 46 kilometres from Cagayan de Oro and 57 kilometres from Iligan, it is the six busiest airports in the country. It is a public airport operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, being classified as a Principal Domestic Airport Class I. Opens since 2013 to replace Lumia Airport, the airport is now able to accommodate up to around two million passengers annually. At an elevation of 58 meters, the runway is 2,100 meters long and is made of concrete. It is the hub for Cebu Pacific and Philippines AirAsia as well as catering to Philippine Airlines and Royal Air for flights heading to and from Manila, Clark, Cebu and many more.
Darwin International Airport - Darwin International Airport is the only main airport that serves for Darwin city. It is the busiest airport in Northern Territory. This airport consists only one terminal which is for international and domestic services. Among the airlines that operate in this airport are SilkAir, Qantas, Jetstar Asia Airways, Virgin Australia and many more. The visitors can find shops and restaurants at this airport. The distance between this airport and the city is about 12 kilometres. By taking a taxi, the taxi fare is around AUD 30, which is about PHP 1109.13.
The peak season in Darwin is during the dry season which is from June to September and the off-peak season happens from October to March, which is during the wet season. The highest average annual temperature is around 33 degrees Celsius and the lowest is 19 degrees Celsius.