• Sarangani Bay: A Haven of Marine Mammals

    Sarangani, Philippines – Sarangani Bay has proven once again why it is one of the archipelago’s most biodiverse bodies of water, with the frequent sightings of marine mammals as reported in the monthly monitoring by a composite team of provincial and regional environmentalists.

    Dolphins at Sarangani Bay

    The monitoring team recently sighted three marine mammal species, which include spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins, and dugong or sea cow.

    Spinner dolphins, small species known for acrobatic spins when they leap out of the water, are frequently seen near the waters of General Santos City, and the towns of Glan, Malapatan,

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  • Baguio Will Reopen its Borders to Tourists on September 21 – Here’s A Few Reminders

    Baguio eyes September opening of borders to tourists

    After six months of strict quarantine restrictions, the Summer Capital of the Philippines is finally ready to once again welcome local tourists from La Union, Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte starting September 21.

    The city’s reopening is part of the ongoing “travel corridor” initiative wherein residents of Region I can visit their neighboring province’s tourism destinations.

    “This is just a start but we can expand to cover and allow those from other areas as we progress to the full opening of tourism under the new normal,” Baguio City Mayor Benjamin

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