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    Lawton/CCP to Cavite Ferry Fares and Schedule


    Cavite to Manila Ferry

    Owner Shogun Ships Co. Inc. and Seaborne Shipping Co. Inc.

    MV ISland Sabtang (57 seater) trip schedules from Cavite and Liwasang Bonifacio

    5:15 a.m., 7:45 a.m. and 5:45 a.m.


    Seaborne Mercury ferry seats 27 passengers
    Cavite to CCP trip schedules

    6am
    8am
    3:30pm
    5:30pm




    free fares starting until Jan. 9, 2020 (for Seaborne), and until Jan. 31, 2020 (for Sabtang).

    After a month, passengers will pay a regular fee of P180 per ride, while students, senior citizens and people with disabilities will pay a lower fare of P114 to P128.
    Children aged 3 and below will enjoy free rides while those between 4 and 11 will pay P80.


    more information to be posted once i get hold of their telephone numbers or facebook page/website

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    posted by GingGoy @ 2:46 PM, ,

    How to Get to Tagaytay from NAIA/Manila Airport

    for those in the provinces or abroad flying in to Manila

    From NAIA Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 or Terminal 4
    arrival area

    first option: get to Pasay Taft Rotonda area (near MRT Taft Avenue station and LRT EDSA station)
    3 choices:

    1: take the airport loop shuttle bus parked near the arrival area (PhP20.00 fare)
    2: take UBE express premium bus
    3: taxis (yellow or coupon taxis)


    2nd option:
    via Paranaque Integrated Transport Exchange I(PITX)


    UBE Express NAIA to PITX
    then take PITX to Tagaytay (Buses bound to Mendez or Alfonso Cavite or Nasugbu, Balayan Batangas

    3rd option

    you may take coupon taxis going there too but usually more expensive though convenient. Taxi fares
    may reach north of PhP3,000.00


    for a more detailed route going there, check this How to get to Tagaytay post

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    posted by GingGoy @ 10:33 AM, ,