Sagada Transportation

  • view from the top of the jeep....from Bontoc
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    Always choose a BUS RIDE

    by paolodecastro Written Apr 18, 2013

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    view from the top of the jeep....from Bontoc

    Always choose bus ride especially when you are going from Banaue-Sagada or vice versa because if it not the peak season the waiting time is too long. As much as possible do not consider the van-for-hire....based on my experience. Don't worry the scenery is GREAT....

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    Schedule of trips during regular season

    by paolodecastro Written Apr 18, 2013

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    Schedule of Trips During Regular Season (Information based on the leaflets from the Sagada tourist Center)

    Sagada-Baguio
    Bus: 5-6 hours Php 220.00
    GL/Lizardo

    1st trip 5:00 AM
    2nd 7;00 AM
    3rd 8:00 AM
    4th 9:00 AM
    5th 10:00 AM
    Last 1:00 pm

    Baguio-Manila
    Bus: 5-6 hours
    Victory Liner: Every 30 minutes
    Dagupan bus: every hour

    Baguio-Vigan Php 294.00
    Bus: 4 hours
    4:30 am-10:00 pm
    Every hour daily

    Bontoc-Manila Php 650.00
    Bus: 11-12 hours
    cable tours (Terminal at E. Rodriguez avenue near Trinity college)
    Trip schedule only per day)
    Contact number 091895216790

    Sagada-Bontoc Php 45.00
    Jeep: 50 minutes

    1st trip: 6:30 AM
    2nd 7:00 AM
    3dr 7:30 AM
    4th 8:00 AM
    5th 8:30 AM
    6th 9:00 AM
    7th 10:00 AM
    8th 11:00 AM
    9th 12:00 NN
    last 1:00 pm

    Bontoc-Banaue Php 150.00
    Bus 2 hours
    1st trip: 7:00 AM
    2nd 8:00 AM

    Jeep: 2 hours

    1st trip: 8:30 AM
    2nd 10:00 AM
    last 1:00 PM

    Banaue-Manila
    Ohayami
    BUs: 9-10 hours
    6:00-7:00 PM

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    Two routes going to Sagada

    by paolodecastro Written Apr 18, 2013

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    there ar two routes going to Sagada if you are coming from Manila
    First route: Manila-Baguio-Sagada (this will cost Php 670.00 Php 450.00 Manila-Baguio thru victory liner and Php 220.00 Baguio-Sagada thru Lizardo bus>)

    Second route: Manila-Banaue-Bontoc-Sagda....for tme this is the more adveneturous route you can ride at the top of the jeep when you are in Bontoc going to Sagada (this route will cost you Php 645.00 450.00 Ohayami bus Manila-Banaue, then Php 150.00 jeep/van from Banaue-Bontoc and then Php 45.00 jeep from Bontoc-Sagada)....the disadvantage will be just the waiting time of the jeep/ven going to Bontoc .

    The whole trip will be 16 hours from Manila-Sagada
    I left Manila 10:00 pm and I arrived Sagada 1:00-2:00 pm the following day.

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    Ohayami Bus to banaue

    by ayn_g Updated Sep 24, 2012

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    The bus doesn't look appealing but the driver is good. It was a smooth bus trip to Banaue. Like Autobus, their aircon, however, is Siberia-like cold that I could hardly sleep.

    The terminal is near UST (University of Sto. Tomas), just a walk away from Florida Bus Terminal.

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    Going back

    by kemisteryoso Updated Aug 25, 2011

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    Our bus to Baguio City from Sagada

    There are regular non aircon buses that are going straight to Baguio City. The last trip is 1 PM and the earliest trip is at 5: 30 AM. Buses can be found parked on the road after the municipal hall near the Ganduyan Museum. You can check the availability of buses there. The fare is 220 pesos. They don't have AC buses by the way.

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    jeepney To Sagada

    by kemisteryoso Updated Aug 22, 2011

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    There are jeepneys going to Sagada from Bontoc. Travelers who took the Banaue-Bontoc route will take a jeepney from here going to Sagada. The jeepney will wait for passengers until it's full and good to go. Try to ride on top of the jeepney to have a better view of the mountains. It's only about 1 hr travel. Just don't be too late to arrive in Bontoc though or you will miss the last trip.

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    Florida Bus

    by kemisteryoso Written Feb 14, 2011

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    There are 2 options when you are coming from Manila, the Baguio Route and the Banawe route. I prefer the Banawe route if you wanted to stay 1 night there and visit its famous rice terraces like Batad. There are Bus companies that have 1 to 2 regular trips every night usually around 9 PM to 11 PM like Autobus, Florida Bus and Victory Liner Bus all of which are located in Espana, Sampaloc, Manila. We chosed Florida Bus because they have the earliest schedule which is 9:10 PM plus it can be spotted easily at the corner of Espana and Lacson. The fare was P400 for a regular aircon bus. The trip will last for 9 hours.
    Then take a regular jeepney the leaves before 9 AM in front the Banawe Public market near the Banawe tourism Office. You should take this jeepney if you want to maximize your time or you will end up taking the last trip at 11 AM. The fare is P150.00 and the travel will take 3 hours. The jeepney will take you to a terminal bound to Sagada in Bontoc. The fare is P40.00 and it will take only an hour to reach Sagada.

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    THE MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO GO TO SAGADA..

    by KylleLorenzo Written Nov 9, 2010

    It was last March 18 when me and my office mate went to Sagada. After having few researches on how to get there, we then decided to just take a package under a travel and tour company since it would be much convenient on our part. If you will go there using public transport, Victory Liner rate costs Php 860 for round trip fare while ordinary non air conditioned bus from Baguio to Sagada costs Php 440 (back and forth), total of Php 1,300.00 (not to mention the expenses for tour guide, accommodation and jeep rental in case we would like to go to bomod-ok falls). Good thing we were able to see this site www.sagadagenuineguides.blogspot.com and see one of their accredited travel agency which is discover asia international travel and tours (www.discoverasiainternational.com). The staff were accommodating and they were able to give us a good rate for Php 2800/person inclusive of rt transfer from manila, 3 days lodging, and tour all around sagada. At that time, we were booked at residential lodge and met the famous tita mary (the owner of the said lodging). We were also able to get her number in case you want to book at Sagada: 09196728744. And also recently, i found this site wherein weekly van transfer is also arrange from Makati to Sagada for only Php 1,000 (www.cheaprides.multiply.com). Definitely a less hassle form of transfer instead of riding a public bus..

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    MOST CONVENIENT FORM OF TRANSPORT TO SAGADA..

    by KylleLorenzo Written Nov 9, 2010

    It was last March 18 when me and my office mate went to Sagada. After having few researches on how to get there, we then decided to just take a package under a travel and tour company since it would be much convenient on our part. If you will go there using public transport, Victory Liner rate costs Php 860 for round trip fare while ordinary non air conditioned bus from Baguio to Sagada costs Php 440 (back and forth), total of Php 1,300.00 (not to mention the expenses for tour guide, accommodation and jeep rental in case we would like to go to bomod-ok falls). Good thing we were able to see this site www.sagadagenuineguides.blogspot.com and see one of their accredited travel agency which is discover asia international travel and tours (www.discoverasiainternational.com). The staff were accommodating and they were able to give us a good rate for Php 2800/person inclusive of rt transfer from manila, 3 days lodging, and tour all around sagada. At that time, we were booked at residential lodge and met the famous tita mary (the owner of the said lodging). We were also able to get her number in case you want to book at Sagada: 09196728744. And also recently, i found this site wherein weekly van transfer is also arrange from Makati to Sagada for only Php 1,000 (www.cheaprides.multiply.com). Definitely a less hassle form of transfer instead of riding a public bus..

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  • private shuttle van.

    by jol_miranda Updated Mar 20, 2010

    going to sagada coming from manila is best done if you will rent a van from manila rather than going for a bus to baguio or bontoc then jeep to sagada is not only inconvenient but bone jarring or youll get plenty or dust because cemented or not it is still dusty and lot of smoke from other motor vehicl.best time to leave manila is 9pm and by 5am youll be banawe rice terraces....right its better to take the manila to bontoc via banawe rice terraces as a sidetrip.then you can take a nap or rest for an hour to view the sunrise as well as the rice terraces and have your breakfast too and from there you can go to sagada maybe at least for another 3 to 3 1/2 hrs more.before lunch youll be in sagada to have your lunch and afterlunch you can start your tour.
    for more tips and information on yor transportation you may txt or call me at 09207489112 or email me at jol_miranda@yahoo.com.ph

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  • Bus travel Manila to Banaue/Sagada

    by greenkiwi Written May 6, 2009

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    I tried every number on here given for Auto Bus and none worked. 10 phone calls later, here is an updated number: 02 493 4111. Bus departs Manila at 10pm, fare is 425p. (this info was correct as of May 6th 2009)
    Goodluck!

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    The Ever Reliable Victory

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Apr 29, 2009

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    The best way, but not necessarily the cheapest, to go to Sagada is to go to Baguio via the Victory Bus. They have terminals in both Pasay and Cubao and they also have one in Dau, Pampanga. They have buses going to baguio several times a day and their terminal in Baguio is right at the upper session road - central but not busy. It takes about 6 hours to go from Manila to Baguio.

    From the terminal, take a cab to Dangwa station and take the Lizardo or GL buses. Please consider that there is bus service almost every 1.5 hours starting at 5:30am till 1 pm only.

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    Call Ahead! - Cable Tours Bus

    by JaneCajuguiran Written Apr 29, 2009

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    You must call them ahead of time and make a reservation. I made this mistake tonight. Everything was packed and I was even brought to the terminal by my dad only to find out that I couldn't leave because I needed a reservation. The bus was already full and there were even a lot of people waiting to get a seat.

    Up until this time, there's only one company that plies the Manila-Bontoc route - Cable tours. And up to this very moment, there's only 1 trip per day.

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    Bus to Sagada

    by mahavir747 Written Apr 19, 2009

    Hi Asianbelle,

    Thank you very much for your response. :) I was wondering if you had any contact numbers for Florida or if you know where they are located. I've been looking up information on the bus liners that you mentioned. I would still like to go straight to Bontoc and have just one transfer to Sagada from there. Would there be any other liners taking the Manila-Bontoc-Sagada route? Thank you very much! Any additional information regarding sightseeing would also be very much appreciated.

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    Check the Bus Schedule

    by barbie_sunrise Written Jan 1, 2009

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    The Bus Schedule is posted in the tourism office BUT better check the availability of the Bus. Usually they skip the last trip going to Baguio during Christmas Day and New Years Day so you will see people taking the early trip. Yup! We missed our trip going home so we stayed in Sagada for one more night. No problem with us, Sagada is a home away from home.

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