(Southern Tagalog Region Luzon)
Provinces: Marinduque, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Palawan, Romblon.
Cities: Puerto Princesa, Calapan, etc.
Unique Natural Wonders! MIMAROPA (region 4) is an acronym meaning a combination of Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan island. This is a long region of magical islands to be enjoyed by land or sea!
Although their are many great cities and villages in this region, not all are appealing to tourists. The recommended tourist destinations include: Puerto Galera, El Nido, Apo Reef, Puerto Princesa City, Marinduque, Lubang & Looc islands, the small villages of Calapan-Naujan-Bongabong and Bulalacao, Coron-Busuanga and Culion islands, Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, El Nido Taytay, and Romblon. The top 3 destinations by popularity are pictured below.
Top 3 Most Popular Tourist Destinations In The Region:
We breakdown an sample itinerary to start your day in MIMAROPA’s most popular city. We have picked out the most popular local Hotel, Restaurant, and Destination. Click the pictures for more information, navigation, and for ratings.
in a garden hammock while you sip some hibiscus flower tea at the Hibiscus Garden Inn on Abueg Rd. Bancao Bancao Jacana, Puerto Princesa. Truly an intriguing, affordable, clean, and charming place to relax, ran by a friendly staff, what else could you ask for?
your outdoor adventures by filling up at one of Puerto Princesa’s many excellent restaurants. This choice was by far the hardest to make due to all the great dining options in the area, surely no one should ever have trouble finding good food here! We recommend the Kalui Restaurant on 369 Rizal Avenue due it’s uniqueness, great food, and abundance of vegetarian options that in our opinion, sets it apart from the others. The ambiance here is something to be experienced, usually a reservation is needed, and sandals must come off, where am I?
the amazing natural wonders that includes beautiful water, caves, and stalagmites at the underground river in Sabang, Puerto Princesa. They have guided tours at the park that are fun for the whole family!
Did you try the sample itinerary and enjoy your trip? Where else did you go while you were there? Do you have any tips for members visiting MIMAROPA? Let us know by signing the guest book!