Bus Zihuatanejo to Morelia, Bus Service from Zihuatanejo to to Morelia and Guadalajara
Groupo Estrella Blanca's Other Lines
Chihuahuenses, Futura, Elite, Oriente, Pacifico, Frontera, Turistar, and TNS. These limes run out of Mexico City Terminal Norte, Sur, and other stations to cover a good portion of northern Mexico to the US border on the Gulf and Pacific Coast. They also cover much of Central Pacific Mexico.
Estrella Blanca serves Zihuatanejo from Acapulco's Ejido Station with about eight (subject to change) trips a day on the coastal road, Route 200.
Night trips are classed as local buses which mean you make more stops. First class direct is available only during the day (subject to schedule change)
In most cases you just show up to buy your ticket; the buses are never crowded except during the Christmas and New Years holidays and Easter Vacation.
Booking online not an option.
Agua Prieta, US Border Arizona
Cd. Acuña /
Ciudad Juárez US Border El Paso Texas
Cd. Obregón /
Huatulco, Oaxaca Pacific resort
Los Mochis, Copper Canyon Train
Manzanillo, Pacific Coast resort area
Matamoros, US Border Texas
Mazatlán, Pacific Coast Resort
Nogales, US Border Nogales Arizona
Nuevo. Laredo, US Border Texas
Poza Rica, near El Tajin Ruin
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca Pacific Coast
Salina Cruz, Oaxaca
San Luis Potosí
Tepic, Near San Blas Pacific Coast
Tijuana, US Border San Diego
Morelia, Monarch Butterfly
Futura Bus, A Division of Estrella Blanca covers the following cities
Other bus Lines serving Mexico
Bus Zihuatanejo to Morelia is available with several trips each day by Parhikuni Bus inland to Uruapan for 315 pesos. From there get a local bus for 48 pesos to Patzcuaro and from there to Morelia. These are high elevation areas where the night temperatures can be cold.
Estrella Blanca Bus to Zihuatanejo
Long distance first class buses run along coast road Route 200 from Acapulco to the city of Lazaro Cardenas. Zihuatanejo is mid way, four hours south of Lazaro Cardenas. Estrella Blanca serves Zihuatanejo from Puerto Escondido and from Morelia and Mexico City. From the north buses serve from Mazatlan, Guadalajara area and then to Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo,
From the south, Estrella Blanca buses (could be Futura Bus) from Puerto Escondido, reach Acapulco and then Zihuatanejo. Bus lines serve Zihuatanejo from Mexico City. through Morelia and Uruapan. Service is frequent out of Guadalajara and Morelia.
Bus service from Zihuatanejo could include a Parhikuni Bus inland to Uruapan for 315 pesos. Buses leave Uruapan for Patzcuaro every fifteen minutes for a cost of 48 pesos.
From Patzcuaro in the high elevation area where the night temperatures can be cold, the local bus serves to Morelia with departures every fifteen minutes.
From Patzcuaro’s Central de Autobuses, several bus lines serve to Morelia, including the local bus every 15 minutes. Elite, Pariso, and Autovias among others serve Morelia.
From Moralia many bus lines serve to Guadalajara, Mexico City, and many other destination north and south.
From Morelia North:
Futura Buses (Estrella Blanca) Elite, Primera Plus, (Flecha Amarilla) and Omnibus serve north to the US border, Primera Plus serves as far north as Mazatlan.
ETN covers a good portion of central and Northern Mexico as far as the US border. Parhikuni cover Michoacan to Uruapan and Autovias covers west central Mexico to Guadalajara and Mexico City. Several bus terminals in Guadalajara, north and west of Morelia, offer the same and more in the way of bus travel options.
The Autovias bus to Guadalajara from Moralia arrives at the Central de Autobus Nuevo (New Bus Station) in Guadalajara after the four hour trip. In Guadalajara many bus service options exist.
Autovias Bus serves Patzcuaro to Mexico City Poniente, Observatorio and Norte terminals
Mexico City to Zihuatanejo
Estrella de Oro Bus offers three levels of service from Mexico City to Zihuatanejo.
The night buses are rated by users as most convenient but security on the night buses concerns some. The trip is about 8 hours and prices start at 370 peso and run to 500 pesos. Buses leave from Mexico City Taxquena . Bus Station, also called Terminal de Autobuses del Sur.
The late night bus will arrive around 7 AM in Zihuatanejo
The Central Sur (Taxquena) Station serves Chiapas, Morelos, Guerrero State, Puebla, Oaxaca, Tabasco, Veracruz.
The bus lines that operate from this station include Estrella de Oro, Pullman de Morelos, OCC, Ejecutivo Turistar, ADO, Futura, Flecha Roja, and others
It is best to dress warmly on a bus trip in Mexico. The air conditioned buses are cold and regardless of the season, the mountain cities and villages can be cold at night.
Bus Zihuatanejo to Morelia by Parhikuni Bus, inland to Uruapan