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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.
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.
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.