Catigbian News

  • Philippines Travel Guide

    If you've ever been flying at 35,000 feet and found yourself thinking “I fancy a crack at winning a large inflatable giraffe”, then there’s one country you really ought to visit: the Philippines.

    Their tourist board proclaims: “It’s more fun in the Philippines!” and you’ll quickly discover that they’re not kidding. Filipinos have a vivacious sense of humour – as evidenced by Cebu Pacific’s mid-air passenger quizzes - and their easy-going demeanour helps to make visiting this beautiful country a happy experience.

    Some of Asia’s most attractive islands and beaches can ...

  • Within Rajah Sikatuna National Park Hunt

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Region 7 office has implemented the “no hunting, collecting, killing, and harvesting of wildlife species” including their by-products and derivatives within the 10,452.60-hectare Rajah Sikatuna National Park in Bilar, Bohol.

    The park that is now known as Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape (RSPL), covering 9,136 hectares of secondary-growth forests, has recorded a total of 195 faunal species, 25 species of bats, 13 species of non-flying mammals, 120 species of birds, 20 species of frogs, 10 species of snakes and seven species of wizards ...

  • At man made forest Authorities investiga

    Police authorities and the local government have started investigation the reported rampant cutting of trees at the famous man-made forest in this town, one of favorite stopovers for tourists travelling to the famed Chocolate Hills.

    Superintendent Joie Pacito Yape Jr, community relations chief and public information officer of the Bohol Provincial Police Office (BOPPO), has told The Freeman they will seek explanation from the DENR regarding the alleged illegal cutting of robust trees lining up along a national highway in this town, a spot more commonly known as the “man-made forest of Boh ...