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Fishing Capital Of The Philippines

Navotas City is a small fishing town located in the northwestern portion of Metropolitan Manila. It is bounded by the town of Obando in Bulacan on the north; by the Binuangan River, the Daang Cawayan River, the Dampalit River, the Batasan River, the Navotas River, the Bangkulasi Channel, the Malabon Channel, and the Estero de Maypajo on the east; by Manila on the south; and by Manila Bay on the west. The town has an aggregate land area of 10.77 square kilometers.

Geographic Profile:

Navotas is actually an island system with an aggregate shoreline of approximately 4.5 kilometers fronting the Manila Bay. The terrain is generally flat.

How To Get There:

Wherever you are in Metro Manila, buses, jeepneys, taxis, and tricycles are available to take you to any part of Navotas.

Tourist Attraction:

Navotas Fish Port Navotas
Navotas is inhabited by small-time fishermen as well as big-time trawlers who own the most modern sophisticated fishing boats in the country today. The fish are sold in a modern market complex known as the Navotas Fishery Port.



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