Sagada is not exactly easy to get to, but it is well worth the trip once you find the right form of transportation! Below we have some tips to make your trek as smooth as possible.
The most popular and economical form of transportation to Sagada is by bus. Since there are a plethora of bus options, we will highlight the ones that are the most highly recommended below. Try to take one of the first buses of the day and arrive early.
- Coda Lines leaves from Quezon City
- Lizardo Bus leaves from Baguio
- Auto Bus leaves from Manila
- Victory Bus leaves from Manila
- Florida Bus leaves from Manila
- Cable Tours leaves from Manila- call ahead to make a reservation
Travel Agencies and Private Shuttles
It doesn’t take much more cash to travel a little more comfortable on your way to Sagada. If you go through a travel agency or find a private shuttle you won’t have to worry about missing a bus and you’ll be riding comfortably. Go to www.discoverasiainternational.com to find a ride from manila, 3 days lodging, and tour all around Sagada for a reasonable price.
Jeepneys are another popular way to get around. Hiring a jeepney for a day will not be as cheap as you’d expect and the driver will name the price. If you are traveling with a group, hire a jeepney together and split the cost. Your hostel or hotel should have more information (including schedules) on jeepneys so make sure to ask the front desk.
Bring comfortable clothes for the journey and a camera to snap photos of the scenic drive.
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