Discover The Best of Occidental Mindoro Province [VIDEO]


Video compilation of travel destinations, tourist spots and undiscovered natural attractions in 10 towns in Occidental Mindoro, Philippines.

Occidental Mindoro offers more than its awe-inspiring views of paddy fields and mountain ranges. It has unspoiled white beaches, underwater paradise, idyllic waters and other captivating sights - Top attractions in Occidental Mindoro Province

Occidental Mindoro - a promising tourism hub


Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Papali WaterFalls
πŸ‘ Agbalala Fals

Paluan, Occidental Mindoro
πŸ‘ I Love Paluan marker
πŸ‘ Calawagan Mountain Resort (natural river, hanging bridge, tree houses
πŸ‘ Batinglay Falls
πŸ‘ Agbokbok Falls
πŸ‘ Old Lighthouse
πŸ‘ Yungib ni Gudo
πŸ‘ Lingkahong Falls
πŸ‘ Mabantit Spring

Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Mamburao Beaches
πŸ‘ Mamburao River

Santa Cruz, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Carindan Lake

Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Apo Reef
πŸ‘ Zipline Adventure

Calintaan, Occidental Mindoro
πŸ‘ Bato Tabao (beach rock formation)
πŸ‘ Lu-li Island

Rizal, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Tamaraw Gene Pool (breeding park)

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro 
πŸ‘ Ambulong Island
πŸ‘ Grace Island
πŸ‘ Mangyan Tribe Experience
πŸ‘ Devil's Mountain

Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro
πŸ‘ Purnaga Cave (Pool Terraces, Hintayan, Basilica, The altar)
πŸ‘ Magsaysay Spring

Lubang, Occidental Mindoro
πŸ‘ Binakas
πŸ‘ Lubang Lighthouse

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Nature and parks, outdoor activities, sights and landmarsk, tours, booat tours and water sports, Mangyan culture experience good for adrenaline seekers, couples, and big groups. 

Asia - Philippines - Mindoro  Occidental - Mindoro Province
Occidental Mindoro is a province in the Philippines located in the MIMAROPA region. The province occupies the western half of the island of Mindoro. The province is bordered on the east by the province of Oriental Mindoro, and on the south by the Mindoro Strait. The South China Sea is to the west of the province and Palawan is located to the southwest, across the Mindoro Strait. Batangas is to the north, separated by the Verde Island Passage, a protected marine area and the center of the center of the world's marine biodiversity.


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