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List of PNP Travel Tips for Safe Travel Most Esp. This Lenten Season

PNP TRAVEL TIPS – Here are the lists of the safe travel tips posted by the Philippine National Police amid the Lenten season.

The Philippines and several other Christian countries are now observing the Lenten season. It is the commemoration of the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Currently, it is only a a few hours away from the most important days of the Holy Week 2019 – the Maundy Thursday (April 18), Good Friday (April 19), Black Saturday (April 20), and the Easter Sunday (April 21).

A lot of people are going home to their home provinces for the Holy Week. That is why the crowd and the traffic in bus terminals and around sea ports and airports are expected.

In line with the anticipated traffic, several airlines including the Philippine Airlines (PAL) have previously released some travel tips for the passengers.

Aside from the airlines, the Philippine National Police has also posted some PNP travel tips for the safe travel of the public amid the Lenten season.

PNP Travel Tips

Based on the post on the official Facebook page of the Philippine National Police, here is the list of the PNP travel tips for safe travel most especially this Lenten season when there are a multitude of passengers:

  • Arrive early in terminals, sea and air ports when traveling with the elderly and children.
  • Look after your belongings and constantly check them.
  • If possible, travel light.
  • Secure your tickets and passports.
  • Avoid wearing expensive pieces of jewelry.
  • Be alert.
PNP Safe Travel Tips

Undeniably, although we are commemorating a religious event now, there is still a possibility that some people will take advantage of the busyness of others. That is why it is important to stay vigilant most especially when traveling.

Have a safe and meaningful Holy Week!

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