Land Trip: Bacolod City To Dumaguete City, Philippines

It is nicknamed as The City of Gentle People, Dumaguete City. Known as a major tourist spot due to its many natural beauties, it has an abounding number of waterfalls and clear beaches that are great for scuba and snorkeling among some of the water activities available in Dumaguete City. It is home to one of the more prominent private universities in the Philippines, Silliman University that has stood since 1901.

BUS SCHEDULE

Land Trip Bacolod City To Dumaguete City, Philippines Bacolod Bus Schedule
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

DEPARTURE

BACOLOD BUS SOUTH TERMINAL

Please make sure to go to the South Terminal since this is the shorter route via bus. It goes through the Kabanakalan route.

FARE

Paid 380php, rode an air-conditioned bus. However if you really want to be exact please contact them first since fares are known to change at any given time.

Land Trip: Bacolod City To Dumaguete City, Philippines Dumaguete Bus Fare

 


Land Trip: Bacolod City To Dumaguete City Philippines Ceres Liner

Ceres Liner is a bus line under Vallacar Transit Inc., the largest public land transportation company in Bacolod, Negros Island of the Philippines. It operates bus transport services from Bacolod and the whole Negros Island to other Visayan Islands such as Panay, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte and Samar. (from Wikipedia)

Landline #: (034) 441-0066

Cel #: (063) 917-7711212


DURATION

It was a 5-hour ride that started at 1am. We arrived in Dumaguete City at 6am.

ARRIVAL

DUMAGUETE BUS TERMINAL

How Was The Journey

Physical Road

Slept through the 5-hour journey like a baby. This road is in good condition, there’s not much rough roads.

How Many Stops

Even if I mostly slept, still noticed that it stopped in provincial bus terminals to take on passengers. At every stop there’s food and toilet facilities; just be sure to inform the conductor in case you’ll take long.

People Culture

My impression was that I rode with the lots of friendly and hospitable people.

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