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Since none of us have been to CDO, we opted to hire a van to take us around. We got one through kuya adonis (09053619223) at 2000Php for 10 hours and 2200Php to take us to Balingoan Port on our way to Camiguin. It was very convenient for us since wer quite a big group and wont fit in one cab. If you're on a budget, you can get a cab and try to negotiate with the driver to come back and pick you up at a specific time.
If you're just goin out for dinner or somethin, its very easy to get a cab. Cabs in CDO are a lot nicer than the cabs here in manila. I didnt even see a single kia pride cab! hahaha
Updated Feb 28, 2008
Since there were seven of us, we contracted a van that took us from the airport to the city proper. It cost PHP 300 (PHP 43 per head). Contact the mobile number below and look for Adonis. He's pretty friendly and is punctual.
Written Oct 8, 2007
you go to cagayan de oro the fastest way...by plane..you can book at cebu pacific,air philippine or by pal.you can call pal at tel +6328558888 this is much cheaper than booking on line!!if your going for adventures???they will provide the transportaion n theyl gonna pick up at certain area or at your hotel and they will bring you back at your hotel after the activity.
Updated Apr 28, 2007
Phone: PAL +6328558888
Jeepney is everywhere in Cagayan de Oro, fare is only P6/person. However, if you're in a hurry and don't mind shelling out more for transpo, taxi cabs are also plenty. Taxi cabs in cdo were mostly toyota altis, nissan and avanza.
I could also recommend, Arnel. He could tour you around Camiguin with his Multicab. I'm just not sure how much.
Updated Apr 16, 2007
Tricycles in Cagayan de Oro are known as motorelas or "rela", for short. Its seating arrangement is very different from its Luzon counterparts because instead of a sidecar, the passengers sit jeepney style, behind the driver. A rela can seat 6 passengers. Some enterprising drivers accommodate small passengers in the "front seat" --- that teeny tiny space on either side of the driver seat. Most relas in CDO can take you around the city proper for a flat rate of Php 5.00 per passenger regardless of the route it takes to accommodate all the passengers' destinations. Relas may cross major roads, e.g. A.Velez St. and Recto (National Highway) but aren't allowed to traverse these roads and bridges.
Updated Mar 1, 2007
Jeepneys are the most popular mode of transport around the city. It is the cheapest. But like any other modern cities, there are also taxis here. In fact, the taxis that roam around here are better than taxis in Davao. The most luxurious taxi is "Altis." Traffic is now a problem here because the city never ceases to progress. Many and many are coming here.
Updated Feb 25, 2007
You can get a taxi from CdO's Lumbia airport just outside the terminal building. Although there are warnings about flag-down and meter rates, the driver will insist on a fixed amount because 'they have to pay the association everytime they queue up at the airport.'
We were billed P250 from airport to the Bulua bus terminal, which they say is the 'standard rate.' The driver even said 'wa pa ni Pinaskuhan ma'am?' Which translates to tip since it's Christmas. We said no since the fare was already expensive...
Written Dec 30, 2006
Motorbikes are one of the means to get to and from Malagos Gardens in CDO. As you can see from the picture, a helmet is not required. :) You can hire a motorbike from the turn-off from the main round to get to the Park. It is an exciting way to get there.
Written Aug 27, 2006
CDO Airport is a bit far from the city center. It will costs you about P300 for a taxi ride to the center. If you're on a budget, there are jeepneys far cheaper than the taxi passing by the airport.
Updated May 12, 2010
Cebu Pacific Air now offers direct Cebu-Cagayan de Oro flights. Best to book earlier specially during the promo period to get really cheap fares costing only around P500 one way.
Updated May 12, 2010
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