Travelers coming from Manila can access Aurora via two routes, the Canili-Pantabangan road and the Baler-Bongabon Road. The Cantili-Pantabangan road leads to the town of Maria Aurora. Through the joint efforts of Senator Edgardo Angara and Governor Bella Angara-Castillo, the Canili-Pantabangan Road has been fully concreted. The construction of the road cuts the usual travel time by almost two hours, making it a convenient route for those who travel with private vehicles. The second route, the Baler-Bongabon Road, leads to the towns of San Luis and Baler. The use of public transportation is highly encouraged when travelling to Baler. From time to time, the Baler-Bongabon road can be inaccessible due to the landslides and typhoons. Travelers are advised to contact local government offices or public transportation companies for information on which route to use at any given time.
From SCTEX to Pantabangan- NLEX to Clark Logistics Interchange, turn right to Tarlac, and then choose the SCTEX exit in Amucao, Tarlac City. From there, turn right to La Paz Tarlac then go straight to Sta. Rosa. Upon reaching Sta. Rosa, make a left turn and choose the road leading to Cabanatuan City. Take the Talavera route and turn right to Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija. Travelers will need to traverse through a narrow mountain gravel road that twists through the Sierra Madre Mountain Range to reach Canili, Maria Aurora. From Maria Aurora, turn left to reach Dipaculao. Travelers can then drive straight to the Dicadi coastal highway to the town of Dinalungan to reach the site in Casiguran, Aurora.
To reach Aurora via sea, passengers can board boats departing from Duungan, a pier located in a river leading to Baler Bay and Baler Poblacion. These boats are situated along banks adjacent to a bridge connecting the Poblacion and Barangay Sabang. Passengers can take advantage of boat trips to Dipaculao, Dinalungan, Casiguran and Dilasag.
Flights from Manila usually take about 45 minutes. The airfield is only 20 minutes away by land to Baler. Airplanes land on Dr. Juan Angara Airport in San Luis, a local airport maintained and manned by the Philippine Army. The airport accommodates light chartered aircrafts such as King Air, Fokkers, Islanders and Sunrisers. Another airport located in Casiguran is currently under rigorous construction to enable flights direct to the Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Freeport Authority.