Philippines Philippines

The Republic of the Philippines is an island nation located in the Pacific Ocean and is part of the volcanic ring of fire. Its territory includes more than 7,000 islands, among which not more than a thousand are inhabited. The 5 most developed Philippine islands are popular among tourists:

  • Lawson.
  • Mindanao.
  • Sebu.
  • Palawan.
  • Visayi.

Lawson is home to almost half of the country's citizens, and the capital – Manila is also located there. One of the key ways to get to the country is by ferry. You can get to the most important tourist sites and also take a relaxing cruise on the Atlantic Ocean.


The country's largest ports

One of the most important marine transportation hubs in the Philippines is Manila. The city's port receives cargo and passenger ships and provides travelers with access to one of the country's most interesting tourist destinations. The port offers easy access to the key attractions of Luzon Island by both water and land transport.

The island of Mindanao is home to an equally important transportation hub – the port of Davao. It plays an important role in the industry of the island and the country as a whole, as well as hosting hundreds of tourist ships each year. The city is home to many cultural attractions. It has a well-developed infrastructure and offers guests a lot of entertainment, including water tourism.

You should also visit the port city of Cebu, located on the island of the same name. It is considered the oldest populated locality of the Philippines and over its centuries-old history has a lot of attractions and well-developed infrastructure.

From the ports described above, you can get to smaller communities in the country. They also receive ferries from neighboring countries – Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia.

To ensure you get on the ferry in the right direction you can purchase your ticket in advance right on our website.

In order to get a guaranteed ferry in the right direction.