Getting to Lucban

Traveling to Lucban is an exhilarating experience. One will sense the excitement and beauty of Lucban the instant he enters it. At a glance, one will be captivated by its magnificent view for the town nestles on the slope of the greenish blue, towering and conical mountain – Mount Banahaw. To help you plan your trip to Lucban, provides a Location Map where Lucban is located. Buses and jeeps are plenty and you can check the Transportation page for a list of bus and jeepney terminals and schedules of trips.

By Car
Take the South Luzon Superhighway and exit in any of the following routes:

  • Exit 52a (Lucena, Legazpi, Batangas exit)
    Towns to pass:
    Sto. Tomas Junction – Alaminos – San Pablo – Tiaong – Candelaria – Sariaya – 
    Lucena City – Tayabas – LUCBAN
    Travel time : Approximately 3-4 hours
  • Exit 52b (Calamba, Los Baños, Pagsanjan exit)
    Towns to pass:
    Calamba – Los Baños (College) – Bay – Pila – Sta. Cruz – Pagsanjan
    Cavinti – Luisiana – LUCBAN
    Travel time : Approximately 2-3 hours

By Bus/public transportation 
Regular commercial buses ply the three-hour Manila-Lucena route passing Tiaong, Candelaria and Sariaya or the Manila-Calamba-Los Baños-Sta. Cruz route. Whether you are In Lucena City or Sta. Cruz, Laguna, there are jeepneys and mini buses to that will take you Lucban and other neighboring towns and outlying municipalities.Bus terminals are located along EDSA-Kamuning in Quezon City, Araneta Center in Cubao, Buendia-Taft Avenues and EDSA in Pasay City.Go to the Transportation page to check the location of terminals and fares.

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