Puerto Galera Weather | 5 Day Weather Forecast
If you’re coming to Badladz, you’ll want to know what the Puerto Galera weather is like day-to-day. Below, you’ll also find information on what the weather and climate does year round.
Like most tropical islands, summer in Puerto Galera lasts all year. How does that sound? No winter and no snow, just hot, steamy weather all year round (and ice cold beer of course!)
There’s no need to wear 10 layers here. When you stay at one of the most relaxing Puerto Galera resorts, you’ll be most comfortable wearing beach clothes, all day, every day. Shorts and a t-shirt or singlet. Throw in a pair of thongs and you’ve got the perfect setup.
While it’s true to say that summer lasts all year, it’s worth noting that the Puerto Galera weather and climate fluctuates in small amounts.
When it comes to the weather in Puerto Galera, there are two distinct seasons. Forget summer, autumn, winter and spring. Here in Puerto Galera, we like to mix it up with only two seasons and exotic names. These two seasons are known as the Habagat and Amihan (put differently, the Western and Eastern monsoon).
When most people think of a monsoon, they think of pouring rain, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Fortunately, that’s not the case for Puerto Galera weather. During times of monsoon, it doesn’t rain continually and the wind is not blowing continually. The names Habagat and Amihan simply describe the direction from which the wind blows.
From May to November, the winds and currents blow from the west. This season is called the Habagat and is often referred to as “typhoon season”. Due to the Western winds, there are usually wavy seas at the Western beaches of Puerto Galera. While not all typhoons make it to the Philippines, they often affect part of the country.
November through March, the Amihan monsoon blows from the East. Typhoons generally do not occur through this season as the temperature rarely reaches 28 degrees celcius and monsoon bad boys need a higher temperature to sustain themselves.
If you’re coming here, there’s no need to worry about the Puerto Galera weather, especially if you’re staying at Badladz Adventure Resort. And if it’s the Puerto Galera nightlife you’re searching out, there’s no need to worry about the rain, as the party goes on regardless.
Badladz is located on the edge of Puerto Galera bay and is dubbed a “typhoon-safe harbor”. Typically, when a typhoon rolls through, the most we’ll see is a lot of rain.
So come one, come all, and have a fantastic time at Badladz Adventure Resort in Puerto Galera.