The Cebu-Calbayog overnight ferry
Some members of the team from the Fall 2003 arriving in Calbayog
The ferry, which is a short trip day ferry, smaller than the ones going to Cebu.
Another ferry in the distance
Front deck of the ferry
Be sure to take a depandable vessel, and don't travel in bad weather, as you do not want to be on a boat that ends up like this one, which sank between Samar and Leyte in November 2003.
Calbayog also has an airport. Flight schedules change but usually Asia Spirit and/or Philippine Airlines have 3-5 flights from Manila to Calbayog per week. The Calbayog Airport, which is considered a secondary airport, has a concrete surface. It has a total runway length of 1,475 meters and a width of 30 meters. This airport can accommodate aircraft for general aviation (weighing 12,000 pounds and below).
There are also a number of bus lines that go through town and these connect through ferries to many cities in the Philippines.