Puerto Galera is a coastal town located at the northwestern portion of Oriental Mindoro. It is easily accessible by boat from Batangas Port. The main source of income switched from fishing to tourism as many fishermen earn better from activities driven by the influx of local and foreign visitors.
Made accessible via Batangas Port, Puerto Galera in Oriental Mindoro has long been attracting local and foreign tourists alike. From Manila, it would take only 3 to 4 hours to reach this popular beach and diving destination.
If there’s one surefire way to show everyone how beautiful the Philippines truly is, it’s to capture it by air. Hong Kong-based director Frédéric Bussière did just that—filming this travel video with a drone flying above the pristine beaches and coastlines of Puerto Galera, Siargao and Palawan! Watch the breathtaking
Each week, we’re stalking Instagram for the best photos that capture our favorite Philippine beaches. Got some amazing snaps to share? Tag them with @philbeaches or #philippinebeachesorg and you just might see it featured here! From biking to trekking to diving and parasailing—the week was full of adventures for our fearless beach
Aninuan is a coastal barangay of Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro. Aninuan Beach is situated just next to the popular White Beach, but it is much less crowded, making it suitable for a quiet and relaxing family reunions and romantic getaways. It is a long stretch of sand with a thin
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