Thursday, March 12, 2015

Direct Bus Trips From Manila To Sagada Now Available Via Coda Lines For 760 Pesos

It used to be that tourists coming from Manila will have to endure at least two bus-hops before they get to the town of Sagada in Mt. Province. Whether they are going up via Ifugao or Baguio City, they will have to transfer buses at least twice.

But with the recent launching of a bus route that will take tourists from Manila to Sagada in just one ride, travelers will now hop into a bus just once. No more wrestling heavy backpacks from one bus to another.

Coda Lines, a newly-established bus corporation just started their operations today (March 12) and their routes include daily direct rides from Manila to Sagada and Sagada to Manila. The single trip will cost a passenger Php760. For the Manila-Sagada trip, the bus leaves at 8:00 PM. For the Sagada-Manila trip, the bus leaves at 2:30 PM.

Coda Lines also offers routes from Manila to key locations in the Cordillera region like Bontoc, Kiangan, and Banaue. There's also a route for the town of Maddela in Quirino province. For the full information on the trips and schedules, click here.
The Coda Lines terminal in Manila is located at Lot 6, Block 2634 along Legarda Street below LRT Legarda, Metro Manila. The bus company also accepts online reservations via their official website.

The bus lines' terminals in other provinces are as follows:
Ifugao:
*KMS Compound, Pico, Tuplac, Kiangan, Ifugao
*Poblacion, Banaue, Ifugao (near the Tourists Information Center)
Baguio City:
*KMS Terminal, Chanum Street, Otek Street (near the Rizal Monument)
Mt. Province:
*Eyeb, Poblacion, Bontoc (near MPGCHS: Mountain Province General Comprehensive High School)
*Poblacion, Sagada
Maddela, Quirino
*Poblacion, Maddela








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