The Philippines, the islands of paradise

The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands that enjoy a tropical climate all the year round. There are three separate zones Luçon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Luçon is the largest, it is home to Manilla, Visayas is the densest and includes the islands of Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Panay, Masbate, Samar, and Leyte. Mindanao to the south is the second largest. Southwest of Mindanao are the islands of Sulu, and, to the east of Visayas, lies the archipelago of Palawan which alone comprises 1,700 islands. The Philippines offers a multitude of things to see and do, great diving spots, hiking around the volcanoes or simply magnificent white sand beaches. The Philippines is an incredibly rich destination as much for its landscapes as its culture. This destination is a dream for enthusiasts of Asia.

Sailing in the Philippines

Discover the extraordinary landscapes aboard one of our boats for many unforgettable memories. You will be able to set out from Manilla in the north towards Western Negros and Cebu City, as well as Cotabato City.

Places to visit in the Philippines:

Lying about 300 km from Manilla, Boracay is a small island in the archipelago of Visayas where you will find the most beautiful beaches in Asia. In El Nido in the archipelago of Bacuitsm, you will be able to explore lagoons of great beauty.

For those who enjoy big thrills, it is also possible to see whale sharks in Oslob and to swim with them and observe them in Donsol. With your boat rental in the Philippines, you will be able to make your wildest dreams come true.

The island of Luçon is the largest island in the country and is a sailing area not to be missed when you are cruising in the Philippines. This island has a chain of mountains, where it is possible to climb up to altitude of 2,000 metres, a dense jungle and paradisiac beaches.

During your cruise in the Philippines, it is possible to sail to Visayas where you can discover the islands of Bohol, Negros and Cebu. On the island of Cebu, you will be amazed by the view over Lake Danao and you can visit the Taoist temple in the town. You will discover an exceptional wildlife there that includes lizards, crocodiles and snakes.

On the island of Bohol, you will be able to marvel at the magnificent beaches lined with coconut trees and white sand. In Bohol, enjoy the Doljo beach and discover the chocolate hills that make this island so original.

Mindanao is the third sailing area in the Philippines where you will find spectacular waves for surfing as well as magnificent bays.

When you stop over at the island of Camiguin, do not miss the hot springs and superb waterfalls, as well as Sebu Lake and the town of Davao.

According to how you feel, on the island of Mindanao you will be able to take advantage of beautiful white sand beaches. On the beaches of Talikud island, abandon yourself to the joys of water skiing and stand-up paddle, then visit Siarago and discover the culture and religion of this people.

For scuba diving enthusiasts, opt for a diving tour in the Philippines with your skipper. From Manilla, head south to dive around Mindoro where you will find some magnificent diving spots, then make your way towards Visayas.

In Visayas, you will also be able to visit the island of Malapuscua where you will find thresher sharks. You will also discover the Camotes islands, not very well known by tourists, and finally, the island of Coron, which is the most beautiful in the Philippines.

The Philippines would not be the Philippines without its colourful festival. The Ati-Atihan Carnival in Kalibo is a festival that pays tribute to Christ and is as much a Christian event as it is a wild carnival that is held on the third weekend of January.

In Bicol, those who enjoy big thrills will find plenty to keep them satisfied. They will be able to enjoy motorised water sports at the Camsur Watersport Complex, a local centre that promises big thrills. Wakeboard fans will be delighted. Not far from Camarins Norte, you will find Daet, a major surfing spot with great waves.

Scuba diving enthusiasts will be delighted with Apo Reef, a magnificent diving spot that is protected. This reef offers a genuine festival of underwater treasures. There, you will see sharks, stingrays, turtles, tuna, wrasse and huge colonies of bluefins in the deep waters, while in the shallower waters, discover turtles and eels.

Please contact us for your boat hire. We have a selection of boats ready to hire. Together, we will create the itinerary you want. Wait no more to hire a boat and enjoy an unforgettable trip.

The ports in this sailing area

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