Transport in the Philippines

Getting there, getting away, getting around and getting on, can be part of the magic and wonder for littlies when travelling in South East Asia.

A I know my one and four year old love nothing more than a windy jeepney ride on a hot summers day or a fun buzz around a new town on a brightly coloured tuk-tuk. Jeepneys are the most popular mode of public transportation in the Philippines, they also have become a ubiquitous symbol of the Philippine culture.Another popular mode of public transportation in the country are the Tricycles, they are a common means of passenger transport in the country especially on rural areas



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Bemo's are mini busesand are the public transport option for the island, private charters are available and can be arranged by the hour or by the day. Tourist shuttle buses are also available in most towns

Boats & Boat Trips

These Small boats go to a number of islands around Bali, plenty of boat tours will be on offer in your area and can be booked on the day.

Tiny Tip: have a range of different charter options if you prefer to pre-book luxury charter.

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