Baguio to Victory Liner Manila Guide

Many are asking me to write an article about going from Baguio to Manila. They are usually homegrown locals of Benguet who never set-foot on Manila’s soil and local travelers aiming to go back home to the lowlands. I always travel to Manila from Baguio and I always choose Victory Liner because of the convenience and accessibility.

Victory Liner Baguio Terminal is located at PNR Compound, Baguio City.

See the trip schedules:
baguio to manila trip schedules

and for fare updates here:
http://www.victoryliner.com/schedules/

Last April 24, 2014, I took the 2:01am trip via SCTEX without any hassle and arrived at Pasay Terminal at exactly 7:32am. The average traveling time is 5 hours and 30 minutes. In the course of travel, there are 3 stop-overs, first was at Sison, Pangasinan. Second, at Siesta Bus Station Tarlac City. Third, at Cubao Bus Terminal Quezon City. (Time interval from Cubao to Pasay Bus Station is +/-30 mins)

Sometimes during peak season, schedules are fully booked and the intended date of departure is not realized. The remedy is to get a ticket in advance or be a “chance passenger”. Most of the time, all seats are not completely filled. Chance Passengers occupy the free seats if available.

The best time to travel is from 12am to 2am. You have a peace of mind and a quality time to  sleep at these times by the time you arrive to your destination.

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