Travel by Bus to Davao Through PITX

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While most people choose to fly from Metro Manila to Davao in order to travel more quickly, other travelers choose to go by land, particularly if they have a lot of luggage. The price of freight on airplanes is higher than on buses. Travelers can enjoy the landscape and adventure of crossing different locations as they make their way to Davao city throughout the lengthy journey from Paranaque.

Let’s say you have some extra time and P3,680 (for a one-way ticket). In such case, you might want to think about using the Davao Metro Shuttle, which operates from the Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange and services the Manila-Davao bus route (PITX). There will be two RORO ferries used for the inter-travel leg of this arduous three-day, two-night bus trip. Trips leave every day around 2:00pm to 2:30 PM from Gate 4 on the PITX ground floor.

Here are another important piece of information about PITX to Davao route map and PITX to Davao bus schedules. Read more:

This is the PITX to Davao route map, which shows the number of stops before reaching Davao City:

  • PITX
  • Turbina/Santo Tomas, Laguna
  • Quirino Meal Place
  • Naga Terminal
  • Matnog, Sorsogon
  • Allen, Samar
  • Tacloban
  • Sogod, Southern Leyte
  • Liloan
  • Surigao
  • Kitcharao
  • Butuan
  • San Francisco
  • Monkayo
  • Tagum
  • Davao

PITX to Davao bus schedule:

PITX to Davao City/ Davao City to PITX

PITX to Davao City: Monday to Friday at 2:00pm / Saturday & Sunday 8am and 2:00pm

Davao City to PITX: Monday to Friday at 2:00pm / Saturday & Sunday 8am and 2:00pm

You can purchase tickets at Ticket Booth 3 on the second floor of the Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) or you can call the Davao Metro Shuttle at 09813313389 for PITX to Davao travel and 09391351349 for Davao to PITX travel to make a reservation in advance.

You can reach the PITX Philtranco  trip hotlines at 09915783223, 09951522751, 09165484578, and 09566156647.

What are the cost and duration of the trip?

You’ll have to pay P3,680 for one way. Davao Metro Shuttle offers service on the route; the trip requires three ferries. The LTFRB estimates that the travel time may take three days and two nights.

Tina Cassion, the executive director of the LTFRB, remarked in Filipino, “The P3,680 is all in.” It includes Roro fares, Cassion clarified.

Sometimes, the operator permitted to operate on the bus route, Davao Metro Shuttle, offered a 50% fare reduction for its first run.

Philtranco is starting to run buses again on the PITX to Davao route in addition to the Davao Metro Shuttle buses. Every day at 9:00 a.m., PITC Philtranco departs for Davao. The cost of the bus trip is around PHP 2840-3,000.

Do leisure travel documentation requirements still exist?

Always check the admission regulations at your location to ensure that your travel arrangements go without a hitch. At the moment, Alert Level 1 is in effect for Metro Manila and Davao City. No RT-PCR test is necessary for those arriving in Davao City by land, air, or sea as of June 15, 2022, from any location in the Philippines. Additionally, no travel authorization is needed to enter the city.

Where do I reserve seats?

Proceed to Ticket Booth 3, Counter 8, or the PITX Building. You can also make reservations and queries by dialing (+63939) 135-1349.

Who is permitted to travel to Davao?

All visitors to Davao City, regardless of their vaccination status, are welcome and do not need to produce any documentation upon entry, with the exception of those required for security checks, such as a valid ID.

A little tour in Davao

Travelers may find a lot of attractions in Davao. The city offers a superb combination of both man-made and natural features, making it a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.

There are many Davao tourist attractions that you can explore, whether you wish to learn more about the city’s cultural past, embark on an adventure journey, or simply unwind and have fun.

Here are the list:

Samal Island

For a varied Davao to Samal itinerary, this island offers a variety of attractions. Hagimit Falls is a lovely location for relaxation and rejuvenation.

The falls may be excessively built for some people, yet they still have their allure from nature. Swim, snap pictures, or leap down one of the tiers into the water.

Eden nature park

The tranquility and environment of Eden Nature Park which is highly recommended, would undoubtedly allay any person’s worry from the stress and noise of the busy metropolis.

A tour of Eden Nature Park is worthwhile whether you wish to relax with your family and friends or practice meditation by yourself.

Malagos garden resort and chocolate museum

The Malagos Garden Resort is one of Davao’s top tourist destinations. It is a 12-hectare Davao nature theme park and a one-stop location for tourists looking to take in the scenery while also finding solace in the tranquility of the place.

At the bird feeding dome, you may interact directly with several bird species by feeding them with your two fingers.

Crocodile park

Numerous crocodiles, both saltwater and freshwater, are raised and birthed in this park, where thousands of them can be found. The compartment that houses hundreds of crocodile eggs is also open for tours by visitors.

The Davao Crocodile Park also has other types of birds, monkeys, snakes, and other reptiles in addition to crocodiles. Additionally, they provide seminars, learning opportunities, and information about wildlife conservation.

Philippine eagle center

There are 36 Philippine Eagles living in the center, 18 of which were bred in captivity. Ten additional bird species, four mammal species, and two reptile species all have sanctuaries there. It is a well-known green destination that is a part of a farm tour in Davao City. 

Museo Dabawenyo

One of the most well-known museums in the nation is the Museo Dabawenyo, often referred to as the Museum of the People of Davao. This structure, once known as the Court of First Instance, was renovated and restored to highlight the city’s rich history and unique cultural heritage.

Mount Apo (the highest mountain in the Philippines)

Without visiting Mount Apo or the King of the Philippine Peaks, a journey to Davao City isn’t complete.

With a height of 10,311 feet, Mount Apo tops the list of the tallest mountains in Southeast Asia. There is a crater lake that was naturally formed by volcanic activity before ascending Mount Apo.

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