Tourism



















Provinces

Occidental Mindoro






Apo Reef National Park

Apo Reef is the second largest contiguous coral reef in the world and the largest one in the Philippines.

Oriental Mindoro






Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera is one of the major tourist destination in the Philippines. Known for its famous ...

Marinduque






Boac Cathedral

Built as a fortress in 1792, the Boac Cathedral became a relevant part of the Marinduqueños colorful ...

Romblon






Blue Hole

The Blue hole is at the very North of Tablas Island. Once you pass Lapus-Lapus you follow the coast ...

Palawan






El Nido

El Nido Resorts is a group of sustainable island resorts in the El Nido and Taytay municipalities in Palawan, Philippines.



Accommodation

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MIMAROPA REGION

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Why visit MIMAROPA?

As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the nation, MIMAROPA attracts a disproportionate amount of visitors to the nation as a whole. The region is home to Puerto Galera's stunning sunsets and thriving party scene as well as Palawan's tranquil tropical beauty. The famed Moriones festival is celebrated every year in Marinduque, the nation's Lenten capital, drawing throngs of tourists seeking a full taste of history and religion. Divers from all around the world visit Occidental Mindoro's Apo Reef to explore its underwater treasures. Climbers will enjoy exploring Mt. Guiting- Guiting in Romblon's difficult terrain and the undiscovered and untouched beaches of the region.

The region has one of the strongest economies in the nation because it is largely dependent on agriculture, fishing, and ecotourism. Among the top exportable goods from the Philippines are rice, bananas, coconuts, mangoes, cashews, papayas, and cassava, all of which are produced in MIMAROPA. - National Nutrition Council.


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