The Kanduli Shoal Shipwreck

The Kanduli Shoal Shipwreck The shipwreck was excavated in 1985 by the combined efforts of the National Museum of the Philippines and World Wide First, Inc. (WWF). The materials recovered were dated from the 16th to 17th centuries Common Era (CE). The presence of these gongs in the Kanduli shoal shipwreck supports the assumption that … Read more

Black Sand Beaches in Albay

Black Sand Beaches in Albay Ever wondered why there are black sand beaches in Albay? While social media abounds with the beauty of white sand beaches, the underrated black sand beaches in Albay go unnoticed most of the time. Hold your judgment because a black sand beach is not dirty! Here’s a reason why you … Read more

Philippine Coast Guard Hotline

Philippine Coast Guard Hotline Oplan Biyaheng Ayos: Semana Santa and Summer Vacation Sea passengers are encouraged to coordinate with the PCG through the following contact details for inquiries, concerns, and clarifications regarding SEA TRAVEL PROTOCOLS AND REGULATIONS during HOLY WEEK and SUMMER VACATION this year. Philippine Coast Guard Hotline: 0927-560-7729Facebook: Philippine Coast Guard You may … Read more

Enhanced Community Quarantine FAQs?

Enhanced Community Quarantine FAQs? As we reinstate the Enhanced Community Quarantine over NCR+, the Department of Health reiterates that, as much as possible, we all must STAY AT HOME and minimize physical interactions with those from outside our households. Which areas are covered and until when will the ECQ be in effect? ECQ will be … Read more

DPWH Gears up the construction of Panguil Bay Bridge

DPWH Gears up the construction of Panguil Bay Bridge Sub-Structure (Mindanao’s Longest Bridge) The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is gearing up to start the sub-structure works of the 3.169-kilometer Panguil Bay Bridge Project with sets of construction equipment requirements deployed on-site. DPWH Secretary Mark Villar said that although the restriction on the … Read more