DIY Tour : Nueva Vizcaya Itinerary & Expenses

Travel junkie Joanna Frances shares her itinerary and expenses from her recent trip to the province of Nueva Vizcaya. She visited Imugan Falls, Capisaan Cave, Kasibu, St. Dominic Cathedral, and People’s Museum. [Check out our list of must-visit tourist spots in Nueva Vizcaya]


Here’s Joanna’s detailed itinerary and expenses for two days and one night in Nueva Ecija.
Day 0
11:00 PM: Bus from Cubao to Santa Fe, Nueva Vizcaya
Day 1
04:00 AM: Arrival in Santa Fe, Breakfast
06:00 AM: Tricycle to Imugan Falls
06:15 AM: Arrival in Barangay Imugan, register and start trek
06:45 AM: Arrival in Imugan Falls
08:00 AM: Trek back
08:30 AM: Arrival at Barangay Hall, ride Jeep or Tricycle to Sta. Fe
08:45 AM: Arrival in Sta. Fe town proper, Jeep to Bambang
10:30 AM: Arrival in Bambang, Lunch and buy supplies, Jeep to Kasibu
01:00 PM: Jeep to Capisaan Cave, Kasibu
04:00 PM: Arrival in Kasibu, register, briefing, settle payments
05:00 PM: Check-in at homestay
06:00 PM: Tricycle to Cave entrance
06:30 PM: Start of caving
09:30 PM: End of caving
10:00 PM: Back at homestay

Day 2
03:30 AM: Call time
04:00 AM: Jeep to Bambang
07:30 AM: Arrival in Bambang, Breakfast, free time
09:30 AM: Jeep to Solano
10:30 AM Arrival in Solano, Visit St. Dominic Cathedral and People’s Museum
11:30 AM: Lunch
01:00 PM: Bus to Manila
09:00 PM: Arrival in Manila


P255 – Bus from Manila to Sta. Fe (6 hours)
P30 – Tricycle share to Imugan Falls
P25 – Entrance Fee, Imugan Falls
P17 – Jeep to Santa Fe
P40 – Jeep to Bambang
P100 – Jeep to Kasibu
P250 – Share for spelunking and guide fees (group of 5)
P200 – Homestay
P100 – Jeep from Kasibu to Bambang
P30 – Jeep from Bambang to Solano
P320 – Bus from Solano to Manila
P400 – Miscellaneous/Food
Total Expenses: Php1,767
Travel Notes:
• No mobile signal in Capisaan, Kasibu
• Another Falls to visit – Edralin Falls, drop off at Antutut from Kasibu
About the traveler: Joanna Frances is an HR practitioner who loves traveling and adventure. She can be a solo traveler, a joiner in a group travel, or be with friends when exploring places. 
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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Hello, which inn/hotel did you stay in santa fe?

  2. Stayed in a homestay. 🙂

  3. Sang bus company po kayo sumakay from Cubao to Sta fe?

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