The Port of Cagayan de Oro is among the busiest in the country and has
since expanded. Departing passengers will have to pay a terminal fee
of around 10 Pesos per person. Keep your coins on hand to avoid inconveniences.
Non-passengers are not allowed to get in the terminal. Prepare your
Be early in the terminal, especially during important Philippine holidays (Christmas and Holy Week). Depending on the ferry company, a passenger must go through several procedures. These might include being photographed, having one's belonging scanned by X-ray machines, being frisked (be alert during this process) and sniffed by K9 dogs.