CODA Lines celebrates first anniversary

The direct Manila to Sagada bus line celebrated its first anniversary last October 16, 2016.

Offering roundtrip reservations from Cubao to Sagada, Cubao to Banaue, and Cubao to Bontoc, CODA Lines continues to gain popularity for commuters and travelers who want easy land transfers to the Mt. Province.

Bontoc is the easiest jump-off point to visit Fang-Od in Buscalan, Kalinga. To commute Buscalan, travelers can just take CODA Lines up to Bontoc, Mt. Province. From Bontoc, they can hop on a Tinglayan-bound jeep. Bugnay is the usual pick-up point of the Buscalan guides. From there, it's a 2 ½ hour hike to reach the tribe. Occassionally, a jeep may journey uphill, cutting the hike to just one hour.

Banaue is where the famous Banaue Rice Terraces is, and it is the jump-off point to visit Batad,. Travelers are picked up and dropped off at the Municipal Tourism Office, so they aready know where to inquire about the possible tours and adventures.

Sagada, most famous for the caves, culture, and That Thing Called Tadhana, now gains the easiest access from Manila as CODA Lines offers daily trips to/from there.

There's more to look forward to with CODA Lines as they have acquired new bus types and the route of going via Baguio.

Standard buses are air-conditioned and fitted with wifi, TV, and GPS. Passengers can also ask for blankets which we think is awesome! 2-3 stopovers are done along the way for meals and washroom breaks as the buses don't have toilets yet.

CODA Lines terminal is at Maryland/Monte de Piedad corner EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City.

Book online at and get to choose your seats for free, get freebies, and earn points! Pay anywhere, too such as credit/debit card via Paypal, Bitcoin, local banks, payment centers, and 7-Eleven branches nationwide!