Revenge travelers, it seems the time has truly come to satisfy your wanderlust. And if your plans require you to travel between Clark International Airport and Baguio City, the good news is that the point-to-point (P2P) bus opertaions between the two locations resumed on June 1, 2022.
Here’s everything you need to know about the service.
How much is the P2P bus fare?
The one-way trip costs P450 whether you’re coming from Clark International Airport or Baguio City.
What are the trip departure times?
Clark International Airport to Baguio City
Baguio City to Clark International Airport (via MacArthur Highway)
Where can I book seats?
Seat reservations may be made through the following portals:
Are there still documentary requirements for leisure travel?
To make sure your travel plans go smoothly, always check the entry requirements at your destination. For Baguio City, you can review the latest requirements via the local government’s Public Information Office page on Facebook. The use of the Baguio Visita QR-coded tourist pass (QTP) is still being implemented, so apply for one well ahead of your scheduled trip.
If you’re flying out of Clark International Airport, meanwhile, make sure you know the boarding requirements of the airline you’re flying with, as well as the entry requirements of your province or country of destination. The airport’s new terminal is now operational, too, and is quite a destination in its own right. You can check out our recent feature on it here.