Boracay Island has a tropical climate, with an average temperate around 30°C (88°F) and humidity of 75%. The year is divided into two distinct seasons. The rainy season begins around June and ends in late October. The dry season runs from November to May. The hottest months are April and May (just before the start of the rainy season) when midday temperatures can reach 39°C (102°F). The coolest period is in December with day time temperatures in the high 20s low 30s on most days and dropping lower in evenings and early mornings. Boracay‘s weather tends to dictate the travel agenda for visitors. The high season is in the dry months however Boracay resorts are harder to get in this period, more expensive and the island is busier. A better time to travel therefore is often outside the peak periods. Rain showers tend to be very heavy but are short in duration, often at night or mornings leaving most of the day for getting around. The dry season sees visitors mostly concentrated on White Beach and the opposing Bulabog Beach which, due to the winds has a very large international sporting reputation for kite-boarding and wind-surfing. The cooler dry season tends to be the most popular time for visitors and advance bookings of Boracay hotels and Boracay tours are recommended during this period. However, for those that don’t mind the heat, anytime is a good time to visit our wonderful island paradise.