Schedules last updated: 6 SEPTEMBER 2021

Public transportation to and from Baguio City has resumed operations. One of the bus companies that have been allowed to operate is Victory Liner, whose Manila-to-Baguio and Baguio-to-Manila services have been very popular even before the pandemic.

Recently, Victory Liner published on their Facebook page its new bus schedules to and from Baguio. However, these days, only the departure times of their first and last trips are publicly announced. There are still more journeys in between, but the exact times change and are not fixed.

In addition, strict travel restrictions and policies remain in place in Baguio. The local government of Baguio City requires some documents, depending on what type of traveler you are. If you’re planning to go to the City of Pines, it is important to know all protocols and prepare all necessary documents before you travel.

In this post, we’re sharing with you Victory Liner’s new schedule and list of requirements.

Victory Liner Baguio Schedule & Fare


  • 8:00 AM – First Trip
  • 7:00 PM – Last Trip

Point-to-point fare: PhP 576


  • 8:30 AM – First Trip
  • 3:00 PM – Last Trip

Point-to-point fare: PhP 576

Requirements When Traveling to Baguio

Here are the requirements as of 2 SEPTEMBER 2021.

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.

Other Baguio-Related Posts


2021 January 19 – Updated / added new times to the Baguio-Manila-Baguio schedule.
2021 March 2 – Removed the COVID-19 test requirement as announced. Removed the 3pm Baguio-Cubao schedule.
2021 March 19 – Mandatory negative RT-PCR/Antigen/Saliva test result is reimplemented.
2021 September 17 – Updated the bus schedules

Images courtesy of Victory Liner.

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Ave b akilit

My byahe b tau mamaya mga 8 or 9 pm

Lerma Donglay

Paanu po pag OFW papuntang BAGUIO???

Danilo Royol

Not recommended for day trippers, the schedule is not suitable still need to go to this ridiculous triage before you can on especially if there’s too many queuing up, better alternative is Tagaytay which is less tedious and you’ll have more time within the day than going to Baguio, will only go back there when things are back to normal.

Soccor Lingad

Good day
May byahe na puba ng bus ninyo papunta ng baguio? Ano po reqs? Thank you

Marivic Enriquez

Hello po mya byahe po ba from dagupancity to baguio city on monday