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AIR, LAND AND SEA TRANSPORTATION
IN CAGAYAN DE ORO
Among the airlines that fly to the Laguidingan Airport are: Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Korean Airlines, Emirates and many more. We saw this site: http://us.jetcost.com/en/flights/philippines/cagayan+de+oro/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=US%20-%20B1-F-S%20-%20EN%20-%20City&utm_term=compare%20flights%20Cagayan%20de%20Oro&utm_content=PH%20%7C%20Cagayan%20de%20Oro%20%7Cbroad&gclid=CIr655Lfq9ACFctIfgodJzoCkA&gclsrc=ds
Photo from: www.dipolognon.com
Cagayan de Oro is connected to five other regions in Mindanao with a good network of highways.
Cagayan de Oro is quite sufficient when it comes to land transportation. You can easily roam around the city by any means of land transport. There are three integrated bus and jeepney terminals, which offer regular land trips:
- Agora Integrated Bus Terminal offers regular land trips to and from Gingoog, Bukidnon, Kabacan, North Cotabato, Butuan, Surigao (in the Caraga region), Davao, Tacurong and Balingoan (ferry going for Camiguin). Recently, the terminal is on a huge renovation.
- Eastbound-Gusa Jeepney Terminal offers regular land trips to and from eastern towns of Misamis Oriental, Camp Philips, Libona and Manolo Fortich in Bukidnon.
- Westbound-Bulua Integrated Bus and Jeepney Terminal offers regular land trips to and from western towns of Misamis Oriental including Laguindingan and El Salvador, Iligan, Marawi, Oroquieta, Ozamiz, Dipolog, Pagadian, Zamboanga and some parts of western Mindanao.
From Davao, one bus every 30-60min, 7-10h duration depending on weather/trafic/road construction, multiples stop including lunch+diner break, 500p Aircon/390 w/o. Bus station is inside city market, few (mid/expensive) hotels nearby, jeepney R2 to Pesoria for town center. Read More: http://wikitravel.org/en/Cagayan_de_Oro
Photo from: http://ichoosecdo.blogspot.com.es
Cagayan de Oro Port is a modern International seaport situated near the estuary of Cagayan de Oro River, it has an anchorage depth of 18 meters and is around 400 meters from the shoreline. It serves regular boat trips to and from Manila, Cebu, Tagbilaran, Bacolod, Iloilo. The port has two authorized cargo-handling operators and is one of the busiest seaports in the Philippines.
From Bohol: Goldenbridge Shipping Inc (032-420-5467, 032-420-5468) and Ocean Jet (032-255-7560; 032-255-0115) operate one daily ferry from Jagna on Bohol. It departs at 1:30pm and arrives in Cagayan de Oro at 6pm (with a stop at Camiguin Island at 3:30pm). Text from: http://wikitravel.org/en/Cagayan_de_Oro
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