1 - MANGROVES FOREST PARK
Puerto Galera's new marine protected area (MPA) and mangrove conservation site was launched on August 26, 2015.
The MPA and mangrove conservation site, measuring 22 hectares, is composed largely of a mangrove forest coupled with reefs and seagrass. The new MPA is the municipality's second MPA.
5 - RICE FIELD & MT. HALCON VIEWMt. Halcon is the giant of Mindoro. This is one of the most difficult mountains to climb in the Philippines. The lush green rice fields surrounding the mountain are a beauty for the eye.
2- APLYA MUNTI BEACHUnting Aplaya, or Virgin Beach or Dulangan Beach, whatever the name is, locals will point you to the same place. Its a long stretch of beach divided into two by a huge rock formation right smack in the middle.
6- MANGYAN VILLAGEThe Mangyan tribe are the first inhabitants of Mindoro Island. Here you can see how they live in their nipa huts and how they prepare food. The Mangyan people are warm and welcoming.
3- THE VIEW POINT (PICTURE TAKING)
7- LANTUYANG HANGING BRIDGEFrom the village we will walk across the Lantuyang Bridge. It spans over a crystal clear shallow river. The bridge was built in 1999 and is made of wood and steel and used by the locals to cross the river.
4 - TAMARAW FALLS
Truly a magnificent piece of nature. On our way, we’ll be passing on a hilly zigzag road with beautiful views across the sea. Tamaraw Falls are around 150 meters high with cascades of differently shaped and sized waterfalls combining into a single basin.