How to get from Manila to Sorsogon

Last updated on January 28th, 2020 at 11:52 am

How to get from Manila from Sorsogon

Sorsogon is located in South Luzon in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. It’s usually a stopover for travelers going to Legazpi, Donsol, Ticao Island, Samar and to discover the beaches around Sorsogon. We will write how to get from Manila to Sorsogon by bus and plane with prices and schedule. We were coming from Angeles City in the Province of Pampanga. So our first stop was Manila and we will keep writing all the details below. Also if you are visiting Ticlao Island in Masbate you will have full information how to reach there from Manila.

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How to get to Sorsogon

How to get from Manila to Sorsogon by Plane

If you want to get from Manila to Sorsogon by plane. It will be the most comfortable way. You have to ride a plane to Legazpi airport. Once in the airport get a tricycle to the Bus Terminal where you can get a bus or a van going to Sorsogon. There are buses and vans leaving every 15-30 minutes during the day. Prices are around 100 PHP.

How to get from Manila to Sorsogon by Bus

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If you want to get from Manila to Sorsogon by bus. There are daily buses leaving Manila from Edsa Cubao, Araneta Cubao, Alabang, Buendia and Pasay. Most of the buses are from 5 pm to 10 pm leaving from Manila. The trip will take around 14 hours. And prices go from 800-1300 PHP depending on the comfort of the bus. Regular buses can go as cheap as 800 PHP.

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Getting to Ticlao Island

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If you are getting to Ticao Island from Manila. From Cubao we took a night bus to Legazpi at 6 30 pm. It costs 760 PHP a regular bus. It takes 15 hours to reach to Legazpi. From Legazpi to Pilar Port an hour van 75 PHP each. Vans are leaving from Legazpi Bus Terminal in front of SM.

Once in Ticlao Island to move around Monreal North part and San Jacinto there are motorbikes for 150 PHP. It can fit until 2 people for that price. It takes 30-40 minutes to go from Monrela to San Jacinto.

The boats going to San Jacinto from Pilar Port leaves at 7 am and 12 pm noon time. It takes 1 hours and 30 minutes. It costs 150 PHP.

From San Jacinto to Bulan there are a few ferries leaving during the day last one is 1 pm. It takes one hour and a half to reach Bulan. It costs 160 PHP for adults and 80 PHP for kids.

Getting to Sorsogon from Bulan

From Bulan to Sorsogon the bus costs 100 PHP and it takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to get there. To reach Bulan Bus Station you can get a tricycle from the port for 70 PHP. It’s 3.5 kilometers far.

From Sorsogon to Matnog the Southern part of Luzon by jeepney will take 1 hour and 30 minutes and it costs 90 PHP. To reach the jeepney terminal from Sorsogon Bus Station it costs 40 PHP by tricycle to ride jeepney. There are only two kilometers distance.

Hope you like our travel guide how to get from Manila to Sorsogon by bus and by plane. Let us know in the comments below if you have questions or there are any changes in the prices and schedule.

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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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