How to get from Manila to Baguio by Bus - Philippines
Victory Liner buses is one of the well-known buses that offers services going to Baguio City. The company has been there for a long time and has earned a respected reputation. That is why most travelers prefer to ride on one of these buses.
Whether you are from Caloocan, Cubao, Pasay, or Sampaloc, there is an available Victory Liner to Baguio. They have respective terminals located in the mentioned places.
In Caloocan, there is a terminal located at Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City, Cubao terminal is in EDSA, Cubao; Pasay terminal is in EDSA, Pasay; and Sampaloc terminal is in España, Corner Galicia Street, Sampaloc, Manila.
All of the above terminals travel to and from Baguio.
One might prefer to hire a private car when going to Baguio as it is much more comfortable. But one thing to keep in mind also is that the drivers that you hire. Since traveling to Baguio is like literally climbing a mountain, a driver should have the needed experience in order to maneuver the car safely.
One of the reasons why travelers chose riding Victory Liner to Baguio is that aside from its tested drivers, inside the bus, there are amenities available. You can either choose whether you like to ride with an air-con or not. There is also a television and/or a component for entertainment. Knowing that there is an estimated 6-7 hours travel going to Baguio, it is best to keep passengers entertained.
Average bus fare right now for Victory Liner to Baguio is around 450 pesos (P450.00). You may notice an increase, especially if you have not been to Baguio for the past months. Still, it still proves to be much cheaper than hiring a private car. But if you really want to travel in style by land, there is a luxury Victory liner to Baguio also which costs around 700 pesos (P700.00). This has a comfort room inside the vehicle.
Victory Liner to Baguio goes two ways as there are two terminals here. The air-conditioned bus and luxury bus has a different terminal as the non air-conditioned bus.
For an air-conditioned bus/luxury bus, their bus stop is at Upper Session Road, near Microtel Hotel Inn. There are two storeys in the building. The ground floor is where the buses are parked and is where passengers wait for departure. The second storey is the ticketing booth. It also has several stalls where not only souvenir items are sold but there are food served also.
For non air-conditioned bus, the bus stop is at Governor Pack Road, near Jollibee and just below SM Mall.
When travelling to Baguio, you would want someone with experience bringing passengers at a regular time. Since Victory Liner to Baguio has been there for quite a long time, you are well aware that these drivers have been travelling to and from Baguio for the longest time. That means they are already tried and tested.