How to Get to Baler, Aurora: Map, Commute, Directions
Map of Baler, Aurora:
here's a street map of baler, Aurora via OpenStreetMap. For the online version, click here.
|Map of Baler, Aurora|
The Towns of Aurora Province:
Baler, Casiguran, Dilasag, Dinalungan, Dingalan, Dipaculao, Maria Aurora, San Luis
Driving Directions to Baler, Aurora
if you have a private car (SUV recommended), you can drive to Baler from Manila via North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) and exit at Sta. Rita Bulacan. From there, follow the highway leading to Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija.
There are two routes to Baler, one is via Canili-Pantabangan road and the recommended one Baler-Bongabon Road via Cabanatuan
From Cabanatuan City Proper, follow direction signs leading to Bongabon until you see a fork on the road (where you choose right), continue until you reach Baler-Bongabon highway, pass by Aurora National Memorial Park in the Sierra Madre, pass Aurora Welcome Arch, the town of San Luis then finally Baler.
How to Get to Baler, Aurora (Land and Air Transportation)
How to Commute to Baler Aurora:
Direct land travel by bus to Baler, Aurora is served by Genesis Transport with travel time of 6-7 hours and fare of PhP429.00 (Baler to Pasay, air-con). In Baler Poblacion, you ride tricycles (minimum fare) to your hotel or resort or jeepney going to other towns. You can hire boats to take you island-hopping (boat ride rates vary from size and number of people)
Other buses going to Cabanatuan (e.g. Baliwag Transit) can be taken then transfer to any bus going to Baler (e.g. Sieera Madre Transit) Aparri, Ilagan, San Jose or Tuguegarao via Baler with travel time of around 2.5 hours from Cabanatuan.
Flights to Baler, Aurora / Air Transportation
Flights to Baler, Aurora used to be served by SeAir but the service has been discontinued (as checked by Tutubi on the SeAir official website trial booking)
Ferry to Baler, Aurora:
as of this time, no commercial boat/ferry company passes by Baler, Aurora
Places to See in Baler, Aurora (Tourist Spots/Attractions):
Beaches: Sabang Beach and Cemento Beach
History: Baler Catholic Church, Doña Aurora Memorial Shrine, Aurora Quezon Memorial Marker, Lt. Commander James Gilmore Marker, Quezon House (the vacation house of former president Manuel L. Quezon)
Islands: Dimadimalangat Island, Aniao Island and Lukso-Lukso Island
posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:00 PM,
- At Apr 22, 2014, 11:51:00 AM, said...
If I will be from Bustos, Bulacan, how can I get to Baler by just commuting?