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    Mountain Province Cable Tours Bus to Sagada via Bontoc

    For weeks now, Tutubi has been receiving queries from friends going to Sagada for the summer on where's the terminal of Cable Tours buses going to Sagada. Though he has yet to personally take the Cable Tours bus, he's been to Cable Tours bus terminal before during his Sagada trip with Ironwulf (he also has Cable Tours business card that he used to contact them for information posted here)

    UPDATE February 10, 2014: Mt. Province Cable Tours franchise was sold to GV FLorida for the routes Manila to Bontoc and Manila to Sagada. One of the buses figured figured in an accident on February 7, 2014 which killed about 16 people including Arvin "Tado" Jimenez (of unTV Strangebrew TV show and 99.5 RT radio show Brewrats with Angel Rivero and Ramon Bautista).

    For other people looking for the same information on Cable Tours, Tutubi was able to take a drive-by photo of the unassuming terminal of cable tours on E. Rodriguez St in Quezon City a few months ago.

    the not so noticeable bus terminal of Cable Tours in Quezon City near St. Lukes Hospital. Notice the partially hidden sign

    Cable Tours Contact Number (Manila): +63.929.819.4688
    Cable Tours Contact Number (Bontoc): +63.918.521.6790
    Cable Tours Telephone Number (Sagada: +63.928.626.7293
    Telephone Number (landline): +63.74.606.8235

    Cable Tours Trip Schedules:

    Manila to Bontoc: daily trips at 1230HRS
    Bontoc to Manila: daily trips at 1500HRS

    Cable tours bus station address:
    E. Rodriguez St., Quezon City

    Bus Fare to Sagada: PhP650.00

    How to get to Cable Tours bus terminal:

    From Manila, just take jeepneys bound for Cubao and drop off in front of the terminal (fronting Shakeys on E. Rodriguez)

    From MRT Araneta-Cubao station or LRT 2 Cubao Station, twalk towards Aurora Blvd then board a jeepney bound for Manila.

    Note: Cable Tours buses don't directly take you to Sagada but only to Bontoc. You need to take another 45-minute jeepney ride to Sagada (fare: P40.00) to get there.

    No information on Cable tours official website, safety records and accidents (if there are), chartered bus rates as of posting time.

    There's another bus company serving the manila to Bontoc route,
    Kasilen Transport with contact numbers: +639178629574; +639163603483
    also with Manila to Bontoc daily trips at 9pm and Bontoc to Manila return trips at 4pm.

    Related Posts on Sagada:

    Sagada Travel Guide
    Sagada on All Saints Day

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:11 PM,


    At Mar 9, 2010, 8:40:00 PM, Anonymous dodong flores said...

    Hi, Tutubi.
    This is a very helpful post. The way the sign of Cable tours is hidden, obviously you can't find any information or contact details about their business elsewhere (in the Internet).
    This blog entry is a free service you've extended to them :)

    At Jan 12, 2011, 8:22:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I will be going to Sagada Jan. 19 for 5 days, you mentioned in your blog that accomodation reservation is not necessary, have you done any homestay in Batad Kadangyan Lodges?
    You can email me at
    Any information you can fwd me would be appreciated.
    Thank you.

    At Feb 13, 2012, 6:31:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi! do you know if cable tours is still operating? been trying to contact the numbers here in your site but i guess its not working.. planning to go to sagada this friday and im checking other options>> thanx in advance!

    At Mar 4, 2012, 10:00:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Cable tours is operating but it is now located behind the Shakey's next to Trinity Uni of Asia. If you take the road between Shakey's and Trinity, you will see it on the right side. If you get to the gate, you went to far. Reservations are recommended.

    Note, this is a VERY old bus. Very tight fit but good driver. Also note, they have VERY strong air con that they will use even in the mountains to bring some coats and blankets.

    At Mar 13, 2012, 7:17:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    im trying to contact the number but i think it is not working anymore can you post the new contact we will try to go to sagada this coming april 13 plsss... thanks

    At Mar 21, 2012, 1:58:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    is there any contact no. preferably landlines we will go to bontco this april 4 2012..... thanks!

    At May 31, 2012, 6:17:00 AM, Anonymous kat said...

    Thanks for this info. Me and my friends will be visiting Sagada in November!

    At Sep 5, 2012, 1:16:00 PM, Anonymous bus to genting said...

    The Cable bus tours to Sagad is a fun trip. You will truly enjoy it


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