Trip overview from Donsol to Legazpi
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How to get from Donsol to Legazpi
Legazpi is situated in the Philippines’ Albay province and is home to the famous Mt. Mayon volcano, known for its perfect conical shape. Legazpi also has great adventure activities such as skydiving, zip-lining and water sports, and many travellers flock to its pristine beaches.
Getting from Donsol to Legazpi is pretty simple: you can take a public van (1,5 hours) or a jeepney. The van is convenient, but taking a jeepney is only a little longer, and it’s a great opportunity to travel like the locals do.
Your options at a glance
|Bus||1,5h||85 PHP (€1,40)||No online tickets|
|TukTuk||2h||65 PHP (€1,10)||No online tickets|
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If you haven’t found your best transport option yet, no problem. This was just the intro. Below we share our step-by-step guide of how to get from Donsol to Legazpi.
Bus from Donsol to Legazpi
Duration: 1,5 hours
Costs: 85 PHP (€1,40)
Taking the van (UV Express) from Donsol to Legazpi is a convenient option. Although they’re not very spacious, vans get you to Legazpi faster than the jeepney.
Head to Donsol Centralized Shuttle Station to catch a van heading to Legazpi City. It’s best to travel in the morning, as vans don’t run that frequently. The van costs 85 PHP (€1,40) per person and stops at Legazpi Grand Central Terminal in the city center. From there, you can take a tricycle to travel within the city.
Keep in mind that vans leave as soon as they are full. They don’t wait for anyone or depart at designated schedules.
Jeepney from Donsol to Legazpi
Duration: 2 hours
Costs: 65 PHP (€1,10)
Jeepneys going from Donsol to Legazpi are more frequent than the vans, but they take a little longer to reach Donsol. Also, most make a stopover in the town of Pilar.
An advantage of taking the jeepney is that its open-air design offers a good view of the scenery, although it can become a disadvantage if there’s a lot of pollution along the route.
Jeepneys cost 65 PHP (€1,10) per person, and the trip takes roughly 2 hours, depending on the driver as well as the traffic when entering Legazpi City. Jeepneys usually park at the Legazpi Grand Central Terminal.
Taking the jeepney definitely provides an ‘only in the Philippines’ travel experience.