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The municipal's public transportation needs are provided by Tricycles, Jeepneys (Route: Downtown to Mountainous Villages), Vans (Route: Jose Panganiban to Daet, and Buses (Routes: Jose Panganiban to Daet) via Labo, Jose Panganiban to Tabaco, Albay via Naga City, and Jose Panganiban to Metro Manila).

It is known that even before the colonizers came, Mambulao was already a flourishing mining town.Our "Doggie Vision" web cam feature is enabled upon request and may help with any “separation anxiety” as you watch your doggie enjoy his/her home away from home.Whether at work, home, or on the road, you can now stay connected with your doggie!Check our page for answers to the most common questions. Our doggie playground facility consists of approximately 6,000 square feet, fenced in, well-lit, enclosed secured area.Large enough for the biggest doggies to stretch their legs. I welcome the opportunity for us to conduct a "Meet And Greet" prior to the actual "Doggie Stay".Mining companies operating in Jose Panganiban include: The International Port of Jose Panganiban (Latitude 14° 17’N Longitude 122° 42’E) is nearly 2 miles wide at the entrance between Calambayungan Island and Pinandungan Point and with sea distance to Manila of 468.10 nautical miles.

The port is situated at Barangay Osmeña which is approximately five (5) kilometers away from the town proper of Jose Panganiban.

From 1837 to 1876 the population of Mambulao and Paracale decreased by 30%.

From 1900 until the early twenties, Mambulao was a sleepy town, isolated from the other towns of Camarines Norte.

But by 1818, the population was back to the levels of the 1790s and by the mid-1820s annual gold production levels ran as 3,200 ounces (90.7 kg.) worth Php. By 1829, Camarines Norte was considered to be wealthy and populous enough to warrant separation as province of its own for the first time.

But after the 1840s the mining and population declined. Fedor Jagor (in his book Travels in the Philippines and The former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes), a well known German traveler who visited Mambulao in 1859, reported that it was thinly populated and that the mining mania was already ruined.

Town FM 89.3 also broadcasts from the municipality.