Mindoro is a gateway to overlooked adventures that go beyond pristine beaches and agricultural products. Get a glimpse of the natural attractions, culture, and heritage of Mindoro in these destinations

Iraya-Mangyan Village. Photo courtesy of the Department of Tourism.

Iraya-Mangyan Village. Immerse yourself in Iraya-Mangyan culture in this traditional village in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro. It features traditional architecture and handicrafts of the indigenous Iraya-Mangyan people.

Mt. Iglit-Baco Natural Park. This protected area in Calintaan, Central Mindoro is a wildlife enthusiast’s dream come to life. It is home to several endangered animal species such as the Tamaraw, as well as plants such as the Mindoro pine and the endangered Jade vine. 

Bulalacao. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Bulalacao. For those looking to explore a different side of Puerto Galera, Bulalacao hits the spot. This lesser known gem comprises different islands with pristine beaches and exciting dive spots.

Muelle Bay. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Muelle Bay.  Listed as one of the most beautiful bays in the world by the Paris-based Les Plus Belles Baies Du Monde (The Most Beautiful Bays in the World) Club, Muelle Bay in Puerto Galera features a refurbished pier which was once a busy trade hub for merchants.

Tukuran Falls. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Tukuran Falls. Travel to these hidden waterfalls via a carabao-drawn cart ride, which takes visitors to the falls’ gentle cascades and shallow basins.

Discover more destinations to see, experience, and savor in Mindoro. Visit these links to map out your next journey across the Philippines. 

Travel Safely!

All these tourist destinations have health and safety protocols in place to protect locals and visitors alike. Everyone is expected to comply by wearing face masks, regularly washing their hands, and practicing physical distancing.

To check out up-to-date information regarding local destinations that are open and the safety protocols and requirements needed for each location, you may visit philippines.travel/safetrip or download the Travel Philippines app at app.philippines.travel, Apple Store, or Google Playstore.