The Philippines is one of the fantastic holiday destinations among the traveller. One of the most famous tourist destinations in the Philippines is Tacloban. Tacloban is also well known as Tacloban City and it is a very urbanization metropolitan and first-class in the Philippines. It functions as a regional center of the Eastern Visayas region. Tacloban has a population of 252,089 and makes it the most crowded city in Eastern Visayas according to the census in 2015. The city is located 579 kilometres southeast of Manila. Tacloban was once the capital city of the Philippines under the Commonwealth Government from 20 October 1944 until 27 February 1945. Tacloban is famous for the Pintados Festival, which is an event that celebrates the life and culture of the early colonizers of the region.
The weather in Tacloban is tropical year-round with an average temperature of 27-34 degrees Celsius. Tacloban or Philippines has only two main seasons, which is dry and wet seasons where rainfall can be heavy during the raining or monsoon season and humidity during the hotter months can be highest. The suitable time to visit Tacloban would in between December until February when the weather is warmer with occasional showers. During this period, the sun shines bright, resulting in clear open skies with the winds blow moderately suitable for outdoor activities. The off-peak season is in between July until September where the climate during that season cannot be predictable and typhoons may sometimes occur anytime. It is advisable for visitors to check the weather reports as a safety precaution before going to this town. During this season you will find cheaper flight tickets and hotel deals.
Catarman (CRM) Airport – The airport also well known as Catarman National Airport is a small domestic airport located at the area of Barangay Dalakit, Northern Samar in the Philippines. The airport is served for commercial aircraft fly in and out from Cataraman. The Catarman National Airport is important for state appropriation by the Philippine government. The airport is elevated 2 meters AMSL (Above Mean Sea Level). The airport most likely operated by Philippine Airlines or PAL Express as a commercial airline to serve the passengers.
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport – Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is also well known as Tacloban City Airport. The airport gets its name from the previous chief of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Daniel Z. Romualdez. It is an airport serving the Tacloban and nearest surrounding cities. The airport is the main entrance of Manila and Cebu to the Eastern Region of the Visayas in the Middle East of the Philippines. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is ranked as the eighth busiest airport in the Philippines. The airlines that operate in this airport is Cebgo Air, Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, AirAsia Philippines, and Philippine Airlines. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport has many interesting shops and eateries within the airport so you can shop or eat in while waiting for the plane to arrive or depart. To go in and out of the airport is easy because there are many types of public transportation available in Francisco Bangoy International Airport for the visitors. There is no direct flight available from Catarman to Tacloban.
Tacloban’s climate is sunny for most of the time. Usually, it will be warm and sunny throughout the years with little rains except for unpredictable typhoon season which the weather can be dangerous with heavy rains and thunderstorm. The average maximum temperature in Tacloban is around 26 and 32 degree Celsius, while the average minimum is about 19 and 22 degree Celsius. While around December until February will be the peak of seasons because it will be the warm and enjoyable season of the year. If you plan to visit Tacloban during this season, make sure you book your hotels and flights early as both fill up quickly.