How to travel from Boracay to Bacolod City Philippines

How to travel from Boracay to Bacolod City Philippines

Boracay to Bacolod and Bacolod to Boracay.

If you are in Boracay Island and you need to travel going to Bacolod for your relatives or friends, then possibly you can do it.

Bacolod City is part of Region VI in Visayas, Philippines.

 If you are traveling to Bacolod you need to check out early in the morning at 4:00 am to travel going to Caticlan Jetty port and ride a 5:00 am trip going to Ilolo City.

From Caticlan to Bacolod you need to travel first to Iloilo City, then if you are in Iloilo you will ride a Ferryboat like 2go shipping lines going to Bacolod City see Boracay to Iloilo travel >>here<&lt. It is almost two hours ride from Lapuz Iloilo River Wharf pier  to Bredco pier in Bacolod City.

A fast craft is the best option for your convenient ride, it is air conditioned.

Another option is the Roro passengers Vessel in Dumangas port that carry Roro Bus going to Bacaolod City.

For fast craft travel, you will only consume two hours from Iloilio to Bacalod, while the Roro Vessel, travel time is more than five hours.

Schedule of fast craft from Iloilo to Bacolod is from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm

Tips: You should travel early as 5:00am if you want to ride for 6:00 am of their very first trip and to avoid the long snake line.
The fast craft vessels and their website for your travel itinerary inquiry are listed below

  1. Weesam Express - Website:
  2. SuperCat of 2go Travel - Website:
  3. Ocean Jet - Website:

If you bring your own car and you want to drive going to Bacolod City, Roro Vessel in Dumangas port will be your option.

Bacolod City is known as the City of Smile in the Philippines. They have a Mascara Festival every October.

Likewise, you can travel from Bacolod City to Boracay Island in the same route.

Note: There is no direct flight from Boracay to Bacolod City or even from Kalibo Airport. If you can book a flight going to Bacolod from Caticlan or Kalibo Aiport, it will be connection flight via Manila Airport.

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