Superyacht charter Philippines


Philippines

Philippines

The Philippines is a particularly interesting destination for yacht charter whether sailing yachts or motoryachts. Made up of thousands of islands and are bathed by the Celebes Sea to the South, the South China Sea to the West and the Philippine Sea to the East; this archipelago offers exceptional cultural diversity and exotic landscapes.

 

If you're looking for pristine beaches with crystal-clear waters, colorful coral reefs and scuba diving spots, yacht charters in the Philippines are the best way to get around.

 

Yacht charter bases are located on the islands of Luron, Boracay and Palawan. With these options you will be able to organize an unforgettable sail in good conditions.

 

Boracay is a small island in the center of the Philippines. It is famous for its tourist complexes and beaches. Offshore, coral reefs and shipwrecks are home to many species of marine life.

 

The first activity to focus on during your vacation in the Philippines is to take a short cruise around this mesmerizing island. Being surrounded by other fascinating islands and islets, Boracay provides an excellent starting point for a tranquil navigation.

 

Many nautical clubs open their doors in Boracay. You can easily learn about surfing, snorkeling or scuba diving. Mini-jet ski or banana boat rides will also be available. At the end of the day also, various festive activities await you on the beaches.

 

In this constellation of islands, the beautiful anchorages are numerous. On the island of Palawan, Puerto Galera is considered "The Pearl of Mindoro" very popular with cruise passengers. Also, Tambobo Bay - south of the island of Negros and the anchorages of Mactan Island, north of Bohol, are also worth a visit.

 

If you want to add to your cruise an incredible hike during your stopover in the Philippines; head north of Manila where Banaue and its famous rice terraces await you. Your long trek will take you to the heart of the island of Luzon where you can discover the rice fields overhanging the mountains of Ifuago.

 

Remember, however, that during your stay, it is important to keep up to date with the weather in the area. In the Philippines, the hurricane period extends from May to December.

 

Whether scuba diving in the crystal clear waters or simply relaxing by being carried away by the captivating charm of the beautiful Philippine landscapes, this piece of paradise has almost everything to offer its visitors ...