Sagada has become one of the most famous destinations in the country. And it’s not hard to see why. From its stunning caves to its blue soil, Sagada has a little bit of everything for every kind of traveler.
If you’re planning a trip to Sagada anytime soon, we’ve got good news for you!
Coda Lines now offers direct trips to Sagada from Quezon City!
Say goodbye to the 9+ hours of travel to Ifugao, van to Bontoc and jeep to Sagada. You can just sleep all throughout the trip and wake up to the beauty of Sagada.
Want to know more? Keep reading!
Coda Lines Super Deluxe Bus To Sagada
Coda Lines super deluxe bus offers you the luxury of a direct trip to Sagada.
With Coda Lines Super Deluxe bus, you get to enjoy:
- 33 to 35 recliner seats grouped in twos
- lots of legroom (yaaaay!)
- free WiFi
- onboard CR (toilet)
What more can you want from a bus? They’ve got it all for you!
Oh, right! Snacks. Bring your own or better yet, sleep and eat breakfast in Sagada.
Terminals, Schedules & Fares
- Terminal: You can find the Coda Line bus terminal in Cubao along EDSA-Southbound near HM transport.
- Schedule: 9:00 PM and 10:00 PM only
- Fare: P980 per person (Price may change without prior notice)
How To Book Online
You can easily book your bus ticket online in advance here. Simply edit the date and click “Find Tickets”.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do we have to reserve a ticket online or is a walk-in possible?
You can simply walk-in but that also means you risk being a chance passenger. And with only two schedules per day, you might not travel to Sagada at all if the buses are full.
It’s still best to book your bus tickets to Sagada online in advance so you’re confident that you have a seat inside the bus. Seats run out fast.
How long is the bus ride?
The bus ride is 12 hours long! So if you left Manila at 9:00 PM, you’ll arrive in Sagada at 9:00 AM.
Do they offer other direct buses to Sagada?
Yes! If you can do without the onboard CR, there’s a cheaper option. You can choose the Semi Deluxe bus of Coda Lines.
- The schedule is 8:00 PM and 10:30 PM only.
- Compared to the super deluxe bus, the semi-deluxe bus has 45 seats so there’s less legroom space.
- Fare is around P760 per person. (Price may change without prior notice)
- You can book your bus tickets to Sagada here below:
Are there any stopovers?
Yes! There are stopovers. So don’t worry if you suddenly get hungry during the trip. You can stock up on snacks during stopovers.
How about Sagada to Manila trips?
Coda Lines also offers return trips to Manila.
- The terminal is the same as the drop-off area in Sagada when you came from Manila.
- The schedule is 3:00 PM and 10:30 PM only.
- You can book your bus tickets back to Manila here below:
Where to Stay in Sagada
Here are a few options for you to book if you’re looking for a place to stay in Sagada:
- BAEY B0GAN Homestay – Check Prices and Availability
- Nuestra Hogar Lodge Sagada – Check Prices and Availability
- Treasure Rock Inn – Check Prices and Availability
- Pinewood Homestay – Check Prices and Availability
- Big Dipper Sagada – Check Prices and Availability
- SEE TOO VILLE- Mountain Retreat Overlooking Panoramic Views – Check Prices and Availability
- Banga-an BnB and Coffee House – Check Prices and Availability
- Coffee Heritage House and Hostel – Check Prices and Availability
- Sagada Heritage Village – Check Prices and Availability
Airbnb Sagada Philippines
Aside from hotels and inns, you can also opt to stay at an Airbnb.
Responsible Travel Tips
When traveling to one place, make sure you practice responsible tourism. Here are some tips to do so.
1. Respect the environment
Don’t litter. Please hold onto your trash until you find a garbage can.
2. Avoid single-use plastic
Bring your eco bag and refuse single-use plastic.
3. Shop local
Keep the traditional crafts alive and support local artisans. Buy from them. And try not to haggle, P20 may seem small to you but it can mean a lot to them.
4. Always ask permission
Be sure to ask for permission first when taking photos or videos especially when it comes to children.
Sagada is very rich in culture and the locals are conservative. Be sure to do your own research on what to do and what not to do (especially on what to wear) since most of the tourist spots are sacred.
What to Pack for Sagada
- Eco-friendly Reusable Water Bottle
- Light Rain Jacket (especially from June to November)
- T-shirts, a nice top, and a long-sleeved shirt
- Aqua Shoes (perfect if you’re going spelunking)
- Day Bag
- Dry Bag (great for when you want to explore the caves)
- Power Adapter
- Universal Waterproof Phone Case (for the caves and waterfalls)
- Packing Cubes
- Microfiber Towel
- Travel Insurance – Sagada offers lots of adventurous things to do. It’s best to get a travel insurance to cover you during your trip. Better safe than sorry.
- Money Belt
- sneakers, hiking shoes (if you’re planning to hike) and some flats
- reusable straw and reusable bag (no to single-use plastic!)
Related Article: The Only Travel Packing List You’ll Ever Need (Trust Me)
Our Camera Gear
- Mirrorless Camera: Fujifilm XT3
- Lenses: Fujifilm Fujinon kit lens (18-55mm) | Fujinon 35mm f2 | Fujinon 50mm f2
- Drone: DJI Mavic Pro 2
- GoPro: GoPro Hero Black 7
- Power Bank: Romoss Powerbank
- Camera Backpack: Case Logic Camera and Laptop Backpack
- Monopod: Ifootage Cobra 2 a180
- Mic: Rode VideoMicro
- Gimbal: Zhiyun Weebill-S
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