Clark to Baguio
Benguet,  DIY Travel,  Luzon,  Philippines

How To Go To Baguio From Clark? Updated Schedule & Fare

Traveling to Baguio isn’t as hard as it was before, thanks to the multiple transport options that are now available in visiting the City of Pines. In addition, tourists arriving at Clark International Airport now have easy access and faster travel time too.

So in this article, we’ll discuss the different ways on how to travel from Clark to Baguio and vice-versa.

1. By Bus

There are two options in traveling to Baguio from Clark via bus. You can ride a P2P bus straight from Clark International Airport or from Dau Terminal.

From Clark International Airport

Here’s the schedule and fare of the P2P bus from Clark Airport to Baguio. Travel time is around 4 hours and you can find these buses at the Arrival area.

JoyBus has a more expensive fare because their legroom is wider and the seats are more comfortable compared to ordinary aircon buses. What they offer in Clark is Semi Deluxe, but you can read my JoyBus Premiere experience here to learn more.

Clark International Airport to Baguio
Photo from Clark International Airport's Facebook page

From Dau Terminal

If you missed the P2P schedule above, no worries because you can go to Dau Terminal and ride a bus bound for Baguio. You can ride all buses that came from Manila and will stop at Dau. The terminal is open 24/7 and travel time is around 4 hours. Fares range from P300 and above.

How to go to Dau Terminal from Clark International Airport?

There’s a 24-hour airconditioned jeepney service from Clark Airport to Dau Terminal (vice-versa) and the fare as of this writing is P100. Grab is also available in Clark.

2. By Van

You can also ride a van from Dau Terminal to Baguio. I’m still searching for more details about this one including the fare and schedule so I will update this article once I get the information. If you do happen to know the details, let me know by leaving a comment below! Sharing is caring! 🙂

From Baguio to Clark

1. By Bus

Same with the options above, you can ride a P2P bus from Baguio to Clark International Airport or to Dau Terminal.

From Baguio to Clark International Airport

Go to Genesis Bus Terminal located in in Gov. Pack Road (near SM Baguio) and ride a P2P us to Clark Airport. Here’s the schedule and fare. Travel time is around 4-5 hours.
Photo from Clark International Airport's Facebook page

From Baguio to Dau Terminal

Ride any bus bound to Manila that stops at Dau Terminal like Victory Liner or Genesis Transport. Fare is around P300 plus per person.

From Dau Terminal, ride a jeepney bound to Clark International Aiport. Fare is P100 per head.

2. By Van

You can ride a van courtesy of Baguio City Transport Service and depart at Clark International Airport. Fare is P500 per person and travel time is around 3.5 hours via TPLEX. You can find them at #29 Gov Pack Rd. Here’s the schedule:

  1. 10:00 AM (first trip)
  2. 12:00 PM
  3. 2:00 PM
  4. 4:00 PM
  5. 6:00 PM
  6. 8:00 PM
  7. 10:00 PM (last trip)

You can also contact them at 09297355246 and 09665277860 to learn more.

Image from Pines Academy

Summary & FAQs

Is there a bus from Baguio to Clark Airport?

Yes, Genesis offers direct buses from Baguio to Clark. You can visit their terminal at Gov. Pack Road near SM Baguio.

How do I get from Baguio to Clark?

Getting from Baguio to Clark is quite easy nowadays. Just ride any bus (like Victory Liner and Genesis) that stops at Dau Terminal.

How much is the fare from Clark to Baguio?

The fare from Clark to Baguio (or Baguio to Clark) starts from around P300. It varies depending on the type of bus you would choose.

How many hours travel from Clark to Baguio?

It takes 4-5 hours from Clark to Baguio. Still depends on traffic though as sometimes, you might arrive earlier than expected or the other way around.

How long does it take to get from Dau to Clark Airport?

It should take around 30 minutes to get you from Dau Terminal to Clark Airport.

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I'm an online freelancer who has a passion for hiking, traveling, and photography. Cham believes that having an adventurous life makes our soul happy and fulfilled. She travels with her super-old Nikon D3100 and her new baby boy, GoPro Hero 7 Black.

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