How to get from Manila to Bataan

Last updated on February 22nd, 2020 at 01:57 pm

How to get to Bataan

Bataan is located in Central Luzon. It’s close to our home Angeles City in Pampanga. The capital of Bataan is Balanga. We have been visiting Bataan 3 times so far and today we will write how to get to from Manila Bataan, Clark and Baguio. We already wrote our favorite Bataan tourist spots.

Bataan is popular because of history since it was one of the last stands of the Filipino/American soldiers against the Japanese in World War II. If you like history and beaches make sure that you read our Bataan travel guide which will inspire you to visit Bataan soon.

BEST TIME TO VISIT BATAAN

If you’re traveling to Bataan you can expect considerably small changes in the city’s weather. Humidity is high in the Philippines and the warmest months here are April and May. Basically, January to March is the best time to visit Bataan as this is the sunniest period of the year and is relatively cooler than other months.

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How to go to Bataan

How to get from Manila to Bataan  by Bus

If you want to get from Manila to Bataan  by bus. It will take 3-4 hours depending on the traffic and where you catch the bus. If you are coming from Cubao Manila to Bataan travel time will be around 3 hours. And Manila to Bataan bus fare is 250 PHP. Genesis and Bataan Transit are the companies going to Bataan from Cubao.

And more than 4 hours 280 PHP if you are coming from Pasay. Genesis buses are going to Bataan from Pasay.

Once in Balanga Bus Terminal you can get a tricycle or a jeepney to move around Bataan. Prices are starting from 10 PHP depending on the distance.

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How to get from Manila to Bataan by Ferry

If you want to get from Manila to Bataan  by ferry to Orion. It will take you around one hour to get there. The departure of the ferry from Manila is 7 am and 5 pm. It will take 50 minutes. And Manila to Bataan ferry fare is 450 PHP. From Bataan to Manila the schedule is 9 am and 7 15 pm. There are free shuttles going to Dinalupihan and Mariveles in Bataan from Orion.

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How to Get from Manila to Bataan by Private Transportation

If you want to get from Manila to Bataan  by private transportation. It will take you 2 hours and a half to reach there from Manila. You have to drive to North Luzon Expressway and exit in San Fernando and going thru Lubao. Or you can exit in DAU and take the SCTEX on the way to Dinalupihan.

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How to get from Clark to Bataan

If you are want to get from Clark to Bataan. You can ride a van from DAU Terminal in Angeles City. It will take one hour to get to Balanga and the price is 180 PHP. From Clark International Airport you can go by taxi or Grab to DAU Terminal. It will take you around 15-20 minutes to get there and prices can be around 200-300 PHP by Grab and 500 PHP by taxi.

You can also get a jeepney to San Fernando. Once in San Fernando you get the bus going to Balanga 220 PHP.

How to Get to Bataan from Baguio

If you want to get to Bataan from Baguio. There are also buses from Baguio going to Bataan. It will take 7 hours to reach there and prices are around 500 PHP.

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Happy Travels!

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. He believes in travel without money. Recently, he finished a bicycle trip, 9500 km, from Madrid to North Cape.

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