CEBU CITY, Philippines— The list of Philippine holidays for 2024 is out. Get ready to mark your calendars to make the most of these non-working days.
President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr., recently signed a declaration which mentioned of the ten regular holidays, four special (non-working) holidays, and four additional special (non-working) holidays next year.
But before you get too excited, let CDN Digital help you plan how best you can spend these holidays.
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Food Adventures: You can’t go wrong with exploring the Philippines’ diverse culinary scene. Try local delicacies and street food, embark on a food trip, or try your hand at cooking traditional dishes.
Beach Bumming: With its beautiful beaches, island hopping in the Philippines is a must. You can snorkel, scuba dive, or just chill by the waves.
Cultural Immersion: Discover the rich culture and heritage of the Philippines by attending local festivals, visiting museums, and engaging with the friendly locals.
Adventure Time: For the thrill-seekers, the Philippines offers hiking, zip-lining, and more. Conquer your fears or simply enjoy the breathtaking views.
Road Tripping: Together with your friends or family, take a road trip to explore the scenic beauty of the country. Pack a picnic basket, cue up a playlist, and hit the open road.
Volunteer and Give Back: Holidays are an excellent time to give back to the community. Join a charity work, help those in need, and make a positive impact.
With a calendar full of exciting holidays and a wide array of activities, 2024 in the Philippines promises to be a year of unforgettable experiences and memories.