Leyte ferry port in Visayas Islands connects you with Cebu City in Visayas Islands with a choice of up to 49 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Leyte to Cebu City crossing is from 3 hours and the crossing is operated by 2GO Travel.
Belonging to the Visayas group of the Philippines, Leyte is divided into two provinces; Northern Leyte and Southern Leyte. The primary ferry route departing from Leyte Port is to Cebu, one of the islands in the Visayas group and one of the Philippines’ most popular tourist destinations.
Leyte, especially Southern Leyte, has become very popular with travellers due to the numerous diving opportunities. It has become a hotspot for those wishing to explore the depths of the seas, though there are other natural landmarks to visit: the Masaba Falls are a spectacular natural phenomenon, Alto Peak is one of the most striking mountains in the Philippines and Macarthur’s Landing is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Macarthur’s Landing is particularly worthwhile visiting; it commemorates the historic return of Douglas Macarthur, sparking the campaign to liberate the Philippines from Japanese occupation.
The island of Leyte is relatively big and connected by several highways, therefore cars are usually the best way to get around. The famous San Juanico Bridge connects Leyte with Samar, and was one of the revolutionary moments in the history of the Visayas island. The main city in Leyte is Tacloban, which has taxis heading to the port, though it is best advised to negotiate a price before entry.
Super Terminal Pier Area, Ormoc City, 6541, Leyte, Ormoc, Leyte, Philippines
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