The list of PH holidays in 2024 is out and here are some ideas to help you plan in advance



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.

Ready? Set? Go!

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.


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