Busuanga can be reached by a direct flight from Manila. The airport serving Busuanga, and the general area of Coron, is the Francisco B. Reyes Airport. From Puerto Princesa City, Busuanga can be reached by taking a jeepney or bus to Taytay, then by sea from Taytay to Coron and by jeepney or bus from Coron to Busuanga.
Travel time : An hour-and-a-half minutes flight from Manila. In Busuanga, half an hour minutes by jeepney to Decalasiao Wharf and three hours by pumpboat to Calauit.
San Juan town is about 45 kilometers from Batangas City. A bus company (Supreme Bus Co.) offers services from Batangas City to San Juan. Another alternative is via the town of Candelaria in Quezon Province. Upon reaching the town of Candelaria in Quezon Province. Upon reaching the town proper of San Juan, several jeepneys travel to Laiya but only up to a certain point, after which, one has to walk a kilometer before reaching the beach. The stretch of the road from the town to Laiya is 19 kilometers of very rough roads. Travel time: 2 1/2 hours from Batangas City via the towns of Ibaan and Rosario.
Sarangani is accessible by plane via Manila-General Santos City or Cebu-Gensan. A 20-minute drive from the airport will bring you to Alabel, the capital town of the province. If embarking from Davao City, there are air conditioned buses and public utility vehicles which will take travelers to General Santos City within 3 hours. It will then be a 10-minute ride from the city center of General Santos to reach Sarangani Capitol.
Rizal Province can be accessed from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA-Pasay), through the following waypoints; NAIA Road turn right to Roxas Boulevard turn right to EDSA and then turn right at EDSA-Ortigas Avenue Interchange or from NAIA to Pres. Carlos P. Garcia Ave. (C5) turn right at C5-Ortigas Avenue Interchange going all the way to Rizal Province area. another access point from Metro Manila is Aurora Boulevard to Marcos Hi-way going Cainta and Antipolo City. To get to the towns of San Mateo and Rodriguez (Montalban) use Commonwealth Avenue to Batasan-San Mateo Road as altenate route from Metro Manila. From the southern provinces use provincial roads entering SLEX, then turn right to SLEX and C5 Interchange or use the Laguna-Rizal Provincial Road as alternative route, and from northern provinces use North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and turning left to EDSA at Clover Leaf Interchange you can turn left to Aurora Boulevard or at EDSA-Ortigas Avenue Interchange. Continue reading
Travel time to Roxas City is 45 minutes by plane and around 16 hours by ship from Manila. From Iloilo City, it is approximately 2 hours by bus or private car. It will take approximately 4 hours travel going to Boracay Island by land. There are two (2) airlines operating in Roxas City (RXS): Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific have a daily schedule flight from Roxas-Manila and Manila-Roxas. There is one passenger ship operating in Culasi Port, Roxas city, Capiz: Moreta Shipping Lines’ M/V Love 1 which embarks for Capiz twice a week. There are also ferryboats that travel from Romblon and Masbate and also Roll-on Roll-off (ro-ro) Busses that treks through Capiz. Continue reading
The gateway to Negros Occidental, Bacolod City is 55 minutes from Manila by air, with Philippine Airlines, Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific Air providing daily flights. Bacolod is 30 minutes from Cebu City by air, with daily flights provided by Philippine Airlines on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday and Cebu Pacific Air on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Bacolod is an 18-hour cruise from Manila aboard world class vessels of Negros Navigation Company and SuperFerry. Aboard fast sea crafts, Bacolod is one-hour from Iloilo City. By land-and-sea travel, it is 7-hour from Cebu City. Terminals for buses plying northern and southern Negros Occidental are located within Bacolod City.
The Manila International Airport (locally known as the Ninoy Aquino International Airport) is located close to the main Commercial Business Districts of Manila. Metered cabs, hotel drivers, and chauffeur services are familiar with the various terminals and routes leading up to them.
Passengers using private cars can use the appropriate routes outlined below: Continue reading
Pamilacan Island is located in the town of Baclayon in Bohol province. It is only 8 nautical miles from Baclayon or Loay town boat stations (30-45 minutes banca outrigger ride depending on sea conditions). During rough sea conditions, boat ride is from Loay as the port is located in a protected cove area.
Baclayon or Loay boat station is 15 to 20 minutes land trip from Tagbilaran City airport, the provincial capital of Bohol. Continue reading