Santa Fe News
You might want to experience the hidden beauty Ogtoc Beach of Ragay Camarines Sur this summer. The beach posses a fine sand, crystal clear water, and a breathtaking islet formation dotted with greenery. Situated in Brgy. Buenasuerte,Ragay, in the province of Camarines Sur. If you want to feast for a fresh catch in the place, Ragay LGU offer a cottage at very reasonable price.
These place is perfect for different ocean activities and adventure such as swimming, snorkling, and islet exploration. But doing so, be sure to bring your footwear when you explore the whole island, because rock forma ...
People who have gone to Bantayan Island look for two things: you either explore the island itself (beach bumming included), or visit Ogtong Cave. Most people try to go for the latter, as it gives you a chance to both have a place to stay and still have activities to do within Bantayan Island.
Ogtong Cave Resort is the sister resort of Santa Fe Beach Club. Located roughly 10-15 minutes away from its sister property, it has several pools, its own stretch of beach, and the small yet picturesque Ogtong Cave. It has crystal-clear waters perfect for a short dip, though the cave is not big enough ...
Kinatarkan Island, Sta. Fe - Northern part of Cebu City, Philippines hit by Yolanda Typhoon survey for long term projects to be built here to help the community especially the water for drinking.
The Talisay City government has tapped a non-government organization to evaluate the condition of its two marine protected areas, namely, the Lagundi Reef in barangay Poblacion and Pungaton Reef in barangay Pooc.
This after the city council approved Tuesday Proposed Resolution No. 2011-25-6 which requests Mayor Socrates Fernandez to authorize the Knight-Stewards of the Sea, Inc. (Seaknights) "to investigate and evaluate the condition of the two reefs."
The Seaknights is a faith-based organization which focuses on the sustainable use of the country's marine resources.
The group is comp ...
Twelve fishermen were arrested by the members of the "Bantay Dagat" in Santa Fe after they were caught fishing using fine mesh nets in violation of the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998.
Edwin Canoy, leader of the group, together with Ricardo Bondoc, Kido Empar, Raymund Sinambong, Romnick Empar, Mario Rosos, Arnel Sinambong, Rubilito Escaran, Rogelio Sinambong, Leo Pritor, Noynoy Ilustrisimo and a minor, all residents of Barangay Bitngil, Medellin, are temporarily detained at the Santa Fe Police Station following their arrest Sunday evening in the seawaters of Barangay Pooc, Santa Fe.
A local fisherman was questioned yesterday morning by the Talisay City's Fisherman Sea and Ecological Care (FISECA) in the seawaters of barangay Pooc for alleged dynamite fishing.
But FISECA admitted it lacked proof to accuse Bernardo Cañeda, who resides in barangay Tulay, Minglanilla town, as one of those who allegedly employed dynamites to catch fish.
Instead, it seized his pump boat, air compressor, four fishing nets, plastic hose, fins, and other fishing materials.
FISECA's move was in compliance with Mayor Socrates Fernandez's directive which seeks to curtail all destructive fis ...