Shown below are responses to one or more frequently asked questions about our resort climate. If you don't find an answer to your question below – or within other sections of our website – please feel free to send us an email by clicking here.
I don’t know anything about the climate or seasons in the Philippines – or even Southeast Asia. So, what is the weather like in Sangat?
The climate around Sangat Island – and indeed most of the Philippines – is typically experienced as three distinct seasons: a warm and generally dry season (October through March), a hot and dry season (April through June), and a cool and wet monsoon season (July through September).
Temperatures during the hot/dry season (April through June) historically hover within the 30C° to 37C° range. Temperatures throughout the rest of the year (July through February) seldom rise above 25C°.
During the rainy season months of June through September we occasionally experience the outer-band effects of tropical typhoons that normally track North of Palawan but seldom ever hit Sangat directly.
To view additional information on seasonal conditions in and around Sangat Island – including a 7-day forcast – please see our "Sangat Weather" page under "The Islands" section, or simply click here.
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