Puerto Galera | Oriental Mindoro

Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera is located in north westernmost of Oriental Mindoro. It is one of the highly commercialized beaches in the Philippines, together with Boracay Island. This tourist spot has a lot to offer; from the fine white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and stunning marine sanctuary.

Puerto Galera Restaurant

Where to Stay | We stayed in a pension house, just few meters walk from the beach. Visiting for the first time? No worries because at Batangas Port, there are agents who offer ferry and hotel packages for a very low price, plus with discounts. At Puerto Galera, there are people who also offer packages, from accommodation to activities.

Establishments | Puerto Galera has a lot of commercial establishments to offer; from the wide and modern design resorts, food establishments that cater food that matches your discriminating taste, shops and many more.

Puerto Galera White Sand

White Sand Beaches | Galera is famous to its fine white sand beaches. One of the tour packages is island hopping, where visitors will be brought to different places with gorgeous beaches with green surroundings, cool and fresh air and relaxing ambiance.

Puerto Galera Underwater

Activities | If you’re looking for a place with a stunning marine sanctuary, Puerto Galera is perfect for you. Mindoro is surrounded by water and it’s not just crystal clear water but the beauty under is stunningly remarkable.

Expenses | We’re 14 people | Ferry: 500 pesos per head (back and forth) | Accommodation: 4000 pesos (two rooms with 2 king size beds each, good for 14 pax) | Environmental Fee: 50 Peos | Foods and supplies | Snorkeling (300 pesos per head).

How to Get Here | From Cubao, we rode in a bus bound for Batangas Port, almost 2 hours travel. Then, a 2-hour ferry ride to Puerto Galera.

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