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    Dalin Liner Bus to Tuguegarao, Cagayan Valley: Schedules and Fares

    Dalin Bus terminal, for those going to Tuguegarao and Cagayan valley, is located near National University in Sampaloc, Manila. To get to the bus station, one has to ride the Lealtad-bound jeepneys of those going to Balic-balic from Quiapo and just request the driver to drop you off near the terminal then walk.

    Dalin Bus station is harder to reach than the GV Florida bus terminal at the corner of Espana, Earnshaw and A.H. Lacson (formerly Gov. Forbes)

    Terminal Location:
    Sampaloc, Manila
    GPS Coordinates: 14°36'20"N 120°59'40"E
    Contact Number: +63.2.722.7999

    Route Destinations: Isabela, Tuguegarao, Cagayan Valley

    other Dalin Bus terminals: Cabatuan, Cauayan

    For latest Dalin Liner bus fares, waybill/freight charges, bus trip schedules, ticket reservations, chartered bus inquiries, please call Dalin Liner's telephone number (no official website as of posting time).

    tags; how to get to Tuguegarao, how to get to Cagayan Valley

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 7:43 PM,

    4 Comments:

    At Sep 29, 2012, 6:26:00 AM, Blogger anna ramos said...



    Hi

    I have a whole family attending wedding to cavite how much will it cost for a chartered bus for one way from cauayan to dasmarinas cavite can you pls send info on my roaming 09053473340

     
    At Sep 29, 2012, 6:29:00 AM, Blogger anna ramos said...


    iS IT POSSIBLE TO CHATER A BUS FROM CAVITE TO ISABELA RETURN?

     
    At Apr 3, 2013, 10:45:00 PM, Blogger Jongii Tapiador said...

    hi po good evening.tanong ko lang po if what time po ang first trip ng baguio to tuguegarao bukas.need asap reply po thanks.

     
    At Oct 7, 2014, 8:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Pinakawalang kwentang bus at buraot sa pamasahe. Deluxe daw, standing naman. Free WiFi? May password naman. Mga matatanda standing tapos yung isang driver natutulog sa unang upuan. sakop buong dalawang upuan sa likod ng driver seat. Tapos di kinuha student ID ng kasama ko????! Walang discount. Pabalang pang sumagot. Di pa maayos mga sagot ng kondoktor. Wapakels. Mga tao nga naman. Bastos n nga. BURAOT PA! HAVE A SAFE TRIP.

     

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