Rappler's latest stories on taal volcano
Taal Volcano's protected landscape is proof that tourism can be sustainable
This family spent Father’s Day hitting the best spots in Batangas and Tagaytay Enjoy the highlights here
What would happen if the 6 month long 1754 eruption of Taal Volcano were to happen today? Are we ready?
(UPDATED) This May, Rappler commemorates the anniversary of the 1754 eruption of Taal Volcano – it's most destructive so far. The eruption is used as a worst-case scenario by the government.
Located in the Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire volcanic and seismic activities can occur anytime in the Philippines which has 23 active volcanoes – a number that can still increase according to the country’s volcanologists
Alert Level 1 has been raised in Taal Volcano while Mayon Volcano is at Alert Level 2
Alert level 1 was raised at both volcanoes after a series of volcanic earthquakes were spotted since November 1
The Hollywood style sign that s being proposed for Taal might pose some problems based on the rules of UNESCO