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RoRo from Dumangas Port to Bacolod

| July 30, 2009 | 16 Comments

Dumangas Port

When traveling to Bacolod from Iloilo you got two options to take, either the quickest yet expensive Sea Jets or a 3-fold lower cost RoRo yet takes you a bit longer traveling time. If you chose to take RoRo to Bacolod then here’s a guide for you. This guide is based on my own experience. From Iloilo, take the van at Lapaz Baldoza Terminal going to Dumangas for Php35.00. Just tell the driver to drop you off at the crossing going to Dumangas Port at Brgy. Nalu-uyan. At the crossing take a tricycle ride going to the port for Php15.00 and you are ready to jump off to RoRo ferries that heads to Bacolod. The fare varies from vessel to vessel, ranges from Php48 – Php60. All in all your traveling cost to Bacolod via RoRo at the Dumangas Port is only around Php100.00 with a traveling time of 1 hour and 30 minutes to 2 hours. Fair enough because you saved a lot in your traveling cost. Refer to the list below for the exact time of schedules and fare matrix.

Montenegro RoRo Schedule

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TriStar Roro Schedule

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Dumagas Port1

Nalu-uyan Port Dumangas

Dumangas Port, Iloilo

I am just wondering though why there is no direct trip of vans going to the Nalu-uyan Port? It’s just a hassle to trasfer from a van to a tricycle which most of the times goes overloaded and running after each other along those bumpy junctions from the port terminal to the crossing. It is so risky for the travellers. I think some authorities should make a move to facilitate the direct trip from Baldoza Terminal to Nalu-uyan Port in Dumangas. Those tricycles could take in other routes. It would  further boost the activities of the pier because even now more and more passengers are taking advantage of this route everyday.

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Category: Iloilo, Negros Occidental, Travel Guide

  • http://yahoo vaatzhoy

    junjun…thanks for your post regarding this matter. FYI I just give this info to my friend who is a balikbayan from down under and was there in Romblon for his R&R. At the time he got my message he might as well be interested in your blog. this blog has a lot to offer. Thanks for sharing with us. Kudos!

  • Junnjun Mendoza

    No problem vaatzhoy, Its my pleasure that this post actually helps people. Thanks for dropping.

  • Mego DATE

    Hi, Junnjun
    Thank`s a lot for your clear post and information regarding to the RoRo Ferries. We are just planning to Iloilo, Bacolod, Dumaguete around. Your posted information helps us much. Do you know the latest Ceres bus schedule from Iloilo(or Bacolod) to Dumaguete where in Web?

  • Junnjun Mendoza

    Hi! I don’t have any idea on the schedule of Ceres Liner and I don’t know anywhere in the web right now…;P

  • cicil da-anton

    hi, just want to ask if how much is the fare of truck (elf) from dumangas port going to bacolod? Also the schedule of departure & if can pay in back in forth?

  • Marvicmartirez

    thx jun. ur really a help. we hav a trip to bacolod second wk of march. ur site helped me decide for the best way and trip. god bles!

  • Vk2rei

    part ara kapa da?

  • Among Ben

     Thanks for this very informative esp for new travelers. More power to you!  

  • Aaron Adrian Rivera

    um how much is fee per person? and how long will it take to arrive to bacolod and where in bacolod will the roro arrive?

    • Junnjun Mendoza

      Pls read my post above… Roro docks at BREDCO port.

      • wyt

        how much is the fare in roro going to bacolod during this days since it is maskara festval month?

  • Rhisma_punjabi

    i just wanna ask if my byahe ang roro tomorrow?

  • tbc

    may number po kayo ng roro sa dumangas? nid help please

  • eunice

    .i just wanted to ask po if everyday po ba ang byahe ng roro?tnx po..



  • melba posadas

    good eve..ask ko lng po if galing kami ng bacolod tapos ang baba sa dumangas port,may sasakyan ba papuntang PASSI? sa pag labas ba ng port ng dumangas meron?thanks..god bless