How to go to Bolinao from Manila?




If you have a car, it would be easy to learn how to get to Bolinao especially because there’s no other main road from Alaminos.

However, if you’re commuting, you have to rely on good old fashioned buses and tricycles.

From Manila, you can take a bus straight to Bolinao from:

Dagupan Bus Line in New York St., Cubao going to Bolinao, ordinary bus costs Php 305.00

Phone #: 929-6123, 727-2330

Victory Liner, Cubao, Q.C. going to Bolinao, air conditioned bus costs P410

Phone # 727-4534

Five Star Bus Line in Pasay City going to Bolinao, air conditioned bus P415

Phone # 8516614

Philippine Rabbit in EDSA, Q.C. going to Bolinao

Phone # 734-9836

Travel time takes 6-7 hours.

You can also take a bus from Manila (Cubao – Victory Liner or Buendia) going to Alaminos. Fare is around P347 from Cubao and if from Pasay P388. Travel time to Alaminos takes 5-6 hours.

From Alaminos, you can also take a non-air conditioned bus going to Bolinao. These buses leave every hour. If you don’t like buses and despise a dusty ride, there are also vans from Nepo Mart going to Bolinao. Travel time to Bolinao town is 45 minutes to 1 hour.

From Bolinao town, take a tricycle or hire a tricycle for the whole day to take you on your tour.

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