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Rainy season is much less pronounced in the Visayas the further you go south-east. Those areas got their rain peak actually in January.
But it can piss all day for days if you're out of luck - or just have the heavy afternoon rains with sun before and after. Overall I think it is very bearable but then I don't mind the rain anyway. I dont mean to direct this at anyone personally, but there should be a slight correction. Boracay does not have a good tourist infrastructure. While you no doubt hear about the never ending bickering over Boracay, I will only mention the issues directly relating to how well a tourists enjoyment might be affected by public services:.
Almost daily power outages unless you're in one of the larger resorts with a generator Selective water outages. The beach vendors are allowed to harass tourists unchecked because of the powerful religious group they belong to. And by harass, I refer to an amount that is illegal public nuisance in most modern cities which Boracay is not.
Transportation - the trikes routinely charge triple what they're allowed to and give tourists a hard time about it. It flipped, injuring the tourist passenger enough for a hospital trip. Public Safety - Theft is common. I have personally tried filing a police report. I was brushed off. Conversely, a sexworker that wouldn't stop following a tourist had their phone tossed into the water last month, the tourist was arrested. Health - there are more sari stores selling loperamide than aspirin Sanitation - There are two location with unsanitary runoff on the beach into the prime water activity areas.