It needs no further introduction and explanation for the fact that the country of the Philippines is one of the well-known holiday destinations in the Southeast Asia region. Among the many tourist destinations that are popular in the Philippines is Roxas City or officially the City of Roxas, originally known as Municipality of Capiz before becoming a chartered city in 1951. Roxas City is well-known for being the "Seafood Capital of the Philippines," as well as being the recipient of the Cleanest and Greenest Component City in Western Visayas Award.
The climate in Roxas City is tropical year-round with an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. Like any other tropical areas in the Philippines, Roxas City has only two major seasons which is wet and dry seasons where rainfall can be heavy during the wet or monsoon season and humidity during the hotter months can be high. As such, the best time to visit Roxas City would be between the months of March and April when the weather is warmer with occasional showers. During this season, the sun shines bright, resulting in clear skies with the winds blow gently suitable for outdoor activities. The number of tourists is also high in January and October. Meanwhile, the off-peak season is in August, in which during this season, you will find better flight tickets and hotel deals.
Francisco Bangoy International Airport - Francisco Bangoy International Airport or also known commonly as Davao International Airport is the primary airport that is generally serving the Davao Region and Davao city specifically. Located in Catitipan, Barangay Buhangin which is about 36 kilometers from Davao city area, it is the third busiest airport in the country. It is a public airport operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. Francisco Bangoy International Airport has begun operating since the 1940s and has been modernized ever since, to the point that the airport is now able to accommodate up around four million passengers annually. The recently built terminal has a Malay architecture design that is located just across the old terminal and is four times larger too. It is the hub for Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, Philippines Airasia as well as catering for flights heading to and from Manila, Clark, Cebu and many more.
Roxas Airport - The Roxas Airport is a public domestic airport that connects the city of Roxas City and its general area with other places in the Philippines. The airport can be found at Barangay Gabuan, which is about 10 kilometers away from the center of Roxas City. Just like other airports in the Philippines, this Class 1 principal airport is operated by Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. It has a runway that is 2,010 meters in length and is made of asphalt. Among the airlines that operate in this airport is Cebu Pacific as well as Philippine Airlines with destinations heading to and from Manila. From the airport, it is certainly easy to go in and out to the city area because there are many types of transportation available in the Roxas Airport that are meant for the visitors to access in order to reach the city.
Roxas City, in a similar fashion to nearby regions around the Philippines and similar countries in the Southeast Asia region, is said to have a tropical climate which dry season is shorter or almost negligent, and rainfall is normally heavy throughout the year with at least 60 millimeters of rainfall every month of the year. The average maximum temperature in Roxas City around 29 and 33 degree Celsius while the average minimum is around 16 and 19 degree Celsius. The hottest months are usually around April, May and June. Roxas City has a high humidity with some months being more humid than others. Therefore, if you plan to visit Roxas City during this season, be sure to book your flight and hotel early as the reservations will run out fast during this period.