Naga is one humble yet competitive city located in the Bicol Region. It is known as 'Queen City of Bicol’ and also famous as 'Heart of Bicol' for its central location in Bicol Region. Covering about 84 square kilometers of land area, it has a population of 196,003 according to the census collected in 2015.
The best time to visit Naga, if the tourist’s first preference is the weather, it would be in the middle of January. The coldest month is March followed by February and then January. The warmest month is May, followed by June and April. However, the temperatures vary very little, which range from 23 to 32 degree Celcius, that gives no significant change to worry about. In the middle of January, the chance of precipitation recorded is 50% and it gradually drops to 20% until March. March is recorded as the month with the least chance of rainfall. If the tourist prefers to travel to Naga on the driest period, March is the best to enjoy outdoor activities.
Puerto Princesa International Airport - Puerto Princesa International Airport is located in Palawan district. It operates international flights to Seoul and Taipei as well as domestic flights to Cebu, Clark, Manila, Iloilo, El Nido, Busuanga, Cuyo, Sipalay, San Vicente and Taytay. Handling flights to quite a number of domestic and international cities, it is ready with a bigger and better terminal to cater itself to a bigger number of passengers, approximately 2 million, handled per year.
Naga Airport - Naga Airport is located in Barangay San Jose, Pili. Though being named as Naga Airport, it is situated in Pili. It serves the people of Pili, the entire Naga City and the neighboring areas. It operates only flight route to Manila under Cebu Pacific airlines. Therefore, when a tourist plans to fly to Naga from Puerto Princesa Palawan, he or she will have to take a transit flight, Palawan-Manila-Naga.
Puerto Princesa Palawan and Naga are both categorized in a tropical climate. Both receive a larger amount of rain during warmer months. Referring to annual average temperature, Puerto Princesa Palawan records 27.2 degrees Celcius while Naga records 27.4 degrees Celcius. Moving on to precipitation, the former records 1684 mm while the latter records 1677 mm. To conclude, there if no significant differences between these two cities. Tourists traveling to Naga City from Palawan, do not have to concern about any early preparation to adapt themselves to the weather in Naga.