Because of the excitement and publicity about the CamSur Wakebourding Complex, a lot of local tourists have been asking how to they can get to Naga. If you are taking your vehicle, the drive from Manila can be 8-10 hours via the South Express Way, going through Laguna and Quezon.
From Manila, the fastest way is still via plane. Air Philippines has daily flights to Naga that leaves at 10:00 AM and arrives at 1045 AM. Philippine Airlines flies to Naga M,T,W,Th,F,Sat and Sun and leaves at 6:45 AM. One-way fares start from P2188.
You may also choose to fly via Legazpi City. Cebu Pacific has two daily flights to Legazpi (ETD: 6:05 AM, ETA: 7:00 AM) and (ETD: 13:05 ETA: 14:00). Fares can go as low as P288 on a promo one-way fare. Philippine Airlines likewise flies to Legazpi (M, T,W,Th, F, Sat, Sun) with a 6:45 AM schedule. Fares start from P2188. From Legazpi, it’s a one and a half hour bus ride to Naga City.
A lot of travelers however have opted to take the bus. Philtranco, Penafrancia, Isarog and Cagsawa Bus Lines are just some of the buses that travel the Manila-Bicol route. Isarog offers some of the best bus seats. A regular airconditioned bus at Isarog goes for P720 one-way. Add another hundred pesos and you can comfortably recline your seat in their Lay-Z boy bus. But if you’re really looking for comfort, you can’t go wrong with the new Isarog Extreme bus. With just 19 extra-wide seats (3 seats in a row) and a comfort room on board, it’s still the best deal at P900. Buses typically leave the Cubao terminal at 8 or 9pm and you’ll find yourself in Naga by 4-5 am.
For Bookings, contact the following:
Isarog Line Express:
(032)913-3551/ (054) 473-8804
Philippine Airlines: 855-8888 or through http://www.philippineairlines.com
Air Philippines: 855-9000 or through http://www.airphils.com
Cebu Pacific: 853-0113 or through http://www.cebupacificair.com