Cagayan Valley and Northern Philippine Islands

Travel Advisory for the Lent 2019

Thousands are expected to travel to and from provinces for the Holy Week. Travel within Philippines is expected to generate higher traffic levels, especially in airports, highways, churches, beaches and other attractions. Expect crowds in known destinations especially places frequented by local travellers as well as foreign tourists.


Local Government Units will mobilize Medical/Rescue Teams, deploy security forces; augment Traffic Enforcers, and man Tourism Information Centers. Moreover, Bureau of Fire Protection personnel will also be deployed in strategic areas along the National Highways to assist travellers and provide medical emergencies in case of accidents.


We recommend to travel to less visited and known destinations to avoid traffic jams and crowded areas to have a convenient, enjoyable and memorable Lent Season.


Everyone is enjoined to monitor instructions and advisories of local government units and reputable media organizations on present situations in areas frequented by tourists.


Travellers needing assistance should have this numbers handy:


911 – National Emergencies Number (operator manned)

117 – Philippine National Police Contact Numbers (operator manned)

Rescue – Batanes PDRRMO – 09999976125

Rescue 29 – Cagayan PDRRMO –09753243829

Rescue 831 – Isabela PDRRMO – 09158193187

NVSARU – Nueva Vizcaya PDRRMO – 09175079950

Rescue 910 – Quirino PDRRMO -0977-803-0737/09159335993

Rescue 1111 – Tuguegarao City CDRRMO – 09066229924

Rescue 922– Cauayan City CDRRMO– 09279921515/09997275090

Rescue 1124– Ilagan City CDRRMO – 09152341124/09198443346

Rescue 1021–Santiago City CDRRMO – 09055586669/09981892545

DOT Cagayan Valley and Northern Philippine Islands: “The Islands and Valley of Fun”.

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