British Foreign Office Travel Advice

British Foreign Office Travel Advice



When living abroad it can be very helpful to be kept up to date with information from the FCO. In a country like the Philippines with natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanoes and typhoons it can be a life saver.





  • Philippines travel advice
    by GOV.UK on 24th January 2018 at 5:18 pm

    Summary – Mayon volcano in Albay Province is demonstrating increased eruptive activity, the local alert level has been raised to level 4, meaning a more hazardous eruption may be imminent. Ash plumes can affect air quality and have an impact on health; additional advice on the potential health hazards can found on the International Volcanic Health Hazard Network website. Some local airports in and around Legazpi City have suspended operations and further disruption to flights in the region is possible; you should check with your airline before travelling […]


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  • Ian Rees

    Hi good Morning I live In Davao Area Although Tragic what has happened to another Hostage Security in Davao region seems pretty strong in bus stations and in shopping Malls there are Bomb warnings and what to do and what to look out for also there seems to be an increased Army Presence in certain areas