Oriental Mindoro Tours and Activities

Oriental Mindoro Tours and Activities

Discover the beautiful province of Oriental Mindoro and its tourist spots such as Sabang Beach, Mount Halcon, and Tukuran Falls. Spend some time with your loved ones in Oriental Mindoro and bond through various activities by booking a tour.
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Frequently asked questions

What are the most popular tourist spots in Oriental Mindoro?

Some of the best tourist spots in Oriental Mindoro includes Sabang Beach, White Beach, Talipanan Beach, Aninuan Beach, Haligi Beach, Big La Laguna Beach, Tukuran Falls, Mount Halcon, Alibatan Island, and Buyayao Island.



When is the best time to visit Oriental Mindoro?

When you stay in Oriental Mindoro, the weather is likely to be hot all year long. There is a good chance of good weather from October to June when you can go on trips and do watersports. The hottest and busiest time of year is from March to May when heritage tours and other indoor activities can be done.

How much time should I spend in Oriental Mindoro?

There are a lot of things to see and do in Oriental Mindoro over the course of two or three days. If you stay longer, you can do more beach and water activities, as well as visit less-known tourist attractions.

What other destinations are near Oriental Mindoro?

Oriental Mindoro’s neighboring islands are Marinduque, Occidental Mindoro, Palawan, and Romblon. All of these destinations are included in the MIMAROPA region.

Is it safe in Oriental Mindoro?

Even though Oriental Mindoro is a safe city, you should be careful wherever you go. To avoid COVID-19 symptoms, keep social distance and wash your hands well.

What languages do locals speak in Oriental Mindoro?

The two main languages spoken in Oriental Mindoro are Tagalog and Mangyan, but many residents, especially those who work in tourist-friendly areas and major cities, can also speak English.

What's the best way to get around Oriental Mindoro?

Tricycles, jeepneys, and multicabs are all good ways to get around Oriental Mindoro by land. If you want to see the different islands of Oriental Mindoro, a boat trip is the best way to get around. There is also the option of renting a car if you need to.



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