Last updated: 19 MARCH 2021

More and more popular tourist destinations in the country are gradually opening their doors again to visitors to help the economy bounce back. One of them is Baguio. Of course, guidelines and protocols are still implemented and must be strictly followed by inbound travelers, especially tourists.

Following the reopening of Baguio to leisure travelers, bus companies are doing the same for their routes, especially the Manila to Baguio trips. If you are traveling to Baguio from Manila soon, here are the bus schedules for both Genesis Transport (including JoyBus) and Victory Liner bus companies.

Genesis Bus Schedule

Genesis has daily trips from Manila to Baguio and Baguio to Manila. As of this writing, there’s only one bus per day.


  • JoyBus (Premier)
    Daily, 8:30 am
  • North Genesis
    Daily, 12:00 pm


  • North Genesis
    Daily, 6:00 am
  • JoyBus (Premiere)
    Daily, 9:00 am
  • Genesis
    Daily, 11:00 am

Note that Genesis and North Genesis buses have 2×2 seating arrangement while the more upscale JoyBus follows the 2×1 arrangement. All premium buses have a restroom (CR) on board.

Victory Liner Baguio Schedule & Fare


  • 8:00 am
  • 11:00 am
  • 1:00 pm
  • 5:00 pm
  • 7:00 pm

Point-to-point fare: PhP 576


  • 7:00 am
  • 10:00 am
  • 1:00 pm
  • 3:00 pm

Point-to-point fare: PhP 576

Requirements When Traveling To Baguio

Requirements vary depending on what category of traveler you fall under. Check out the matrix below.

In case you missed it, here are the requirements for tourists as of March 19, 2021:

  • Valid ID
  • Baguio Visita QTP
  • Negative RT-PCR/Antigen/Saliva test result, taken within 72 hours prior to arrival. This can also be done at the Central Triage Area upon arrival in Baguio for P500.

Rules when Taking Public Transportation

Victory Liner also reminds everyone to observe the government policies when taking public utility vehicles including buses:

DOT-Accredited Baguio Hotels

If you’re traveling for leisure and you’re looking for a place to stay, it is highly recommended to book an accommodation with a Certificate of Authority to Operate (CAO) from the Department of Tourism. Here are just a few of many options:

For more options, check out this post: LIST OF DOT-ACCREDITED HOTELS IN BAGUIO!

If you know a local, you may also stay with a relative or a friend as long as the area is not on hard lockdown. However, staying in a stranger’s residence for a fee is NOT ALLOWED and is punishable by law. If you’re paying for lodging, make sure you book an authorized hotel or inn.

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Images courtesy of Victory Liner.

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George balleras

Mdm/sir byahe po ng manila to binalonan pangasinan may byahe po ba kayo magkanu po ang ticket at anu po ang requirement at kailang ang sched.


Hello, I am from Bulacan. I plan to travel to Baguio via Bus transportation going to Manila for 4 days. When I go back home do I still need to get another antigen test since I will be passing Manila (Baguio to Manila to Bulacan)?