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MARINDUQUE, ROMBLON, PALAWAN

MIMAROPA is an administrative region in the Philippines, designated as Region IV-B. It is one of two regions in the country having no land border with another region, the other being Eastern Visayas. The name is an acronym combination of its constituent provinces, which are: Mindoro (divided into Occidental Mindoro and Oriental Mindoro), Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan. The region is also formally known as the Southern Tagalog Islands.
Calapan City is the regional center. However, most regional government offices such as the Department of Public Works and Highways are in the city of Quezon in Metro Manila.
The region was part of the now-defunct Southern Tagalog region until May 17, 2002.[4] On May 23, 2005, Palawan and the highly urbanized city of Puerto Princesa were moved to the region of Western Visayas by Executive Order No. 429.
However, on August 19, 2005, then-President Arroyo issued Administrative Order No. 129 to hold the earlier EO 429 in abeyance pending a review.

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MARINDUQUE, ROMBLON, PALAWAN

  1. 1. MARINDUQUE
  2. 2. Geographic Profile • Composed of four major and eight minor islets. • Characterized by undulating hills, • Mountainous valleys, • Declivitous seaside cliffs, and patches of flatland.
  3. 3. Howtogetthere?
  4. 4. • From manila, take a Tritran bus to Dalahican, • From Dalahican take a ferry boat to Sta. Cruz and Balanacan; travel time is approximately two to three hours . • By plane - travel time is about 45 minutes.
  5. 5. WheretoGo?
  6. 6. Bathala Caves These mystical caves are said to be the respiratory of psychic emanating from various points the universe. They are believe to from a complex of seven caves; but currently only four have been complex.
  7. 7. Paadjao falls This series gently cascading falls end in a 10- foot-deep pool of crystal clear water. It is an ideal place for picnicking and campi.ng
  8. 8. Mount Malindig Rising 3,167 feet above the sea, Mt. Malindig dominates the south of Marinduque. Half of it is still covered with dense forest, while the other half has been deforested by slash-and-burn farmers.
  9. 9. END of Marinduque
  10. 10. ROMBLON
  11. 11. Area and location • The province of Romblon is composed of a cluster of 20 islands lying in the Sibuyan sea. • It has a total land area of 135,690 hectares.
  12. 12. GEOGRAPHIC PROFILE • Romblon has a mountainous and rugged terrain. • In highest peak is 2,057 meters above sea level. • The islands themselves are believe to have been formed by volcanic activity.
  13. 13. Howtogetthere?
  14. 14. • Can be reached by ferry boats originating from Batangas city port. • Sometimes, small commercial planes originating from manila land in Tablas island.
  15. 15. WheretoGo?
  16. 16. Aliwanyag beach Aliwanyag beach is located in a secluded cove along Looc Bay. the nearest road ends about half A kilometer from it, which means to get there, one has to trek for 10 to 15 minutes across rice fields.
  17. 17. Bonbon beach This 500-meter long,18-meter-wide beach covered with fine white sand and features a gradually sloping ocean floor free of sea grass and sharp stones.
  18. 18. Garing falls The cool waters of Garing falls form to lakes, the larger one three fathoms deep and 15meters wide .
  19. 19. Tugdan beach This pebble-covered beach boasts a wide shoreline and deep, calm waters.
  20. 20. END of Romblon
  21. 21. Palawan Puerto Princesa city
  22. 22. Area and location • Palawan is total land area of 1,489,655 hectares. It is approximately 586 kilometers southwest of manila • Forming a land bridge between Mindoro and north Borneo.
  23. 23. Geographic profile • The province of Palawan is composed of 1,768 island and islets most of which have irregular cost lines • Palawan is surrounded by a coral shelf that abounds with varied and colorful marine life, hence the island province has been declared a nature sanctuary.
  24. 24. Howtogetthere?
  25. 25. • Palawan is accessible by air and by sea. Philippines airlines and air Philippine have daily flights to Puerto Princesa. • Asian spirit and SEA-air have a regular flights to Busuanga. • Travel time is 1 to 1 and half hours ..also services routes from manila to Puerto Princesa and Busuanga.
  26. 26. WheretoGo?
  27. 27. Honda bay One of the major destinations near Puerto Princesa city ideal for snorkeling and other water-related activities.
  28. 28. Calauit Island Wildlife Sanctuary This 3,700 hectares game preserve and wildlife sanctuary is inhabited by African wildlife. Like zebras, giraff and gazelles, along with various indigenous species that abound in the island. Sea turtles, sea cows. And other varieties of marine life also live in the waters surrounding the island.
  29. 29. El Nido El Nido is host to some of the most beautiful lime stones island and high end resorts in the Philippines. It is also an established diving site.
  30. 30. Thankyouforlistening. Anyquestions?
  31. 31. End

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MIMAROPA is an administrative region in the Philippines, designated as Region IV-B. It is one of two regions in the country having no land border with another region, the other being Eastern Visayas. The name is an acronym combination of its constituent provinces, which are: Mindoro (divided into Occidental Mindoro and Oriental Mindoro), Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan. The region is also formally known as the Southern Tagalog Islands. Calapan City is the regional center. However, most regional government offices such as the Department of Public Works and Highways are in the city of Quezon in Metro Manila. The region was part of the now-defunct Southern Tagalog region until May 17, 2002.[4] On May 23, 2005, Palawan and the highly urbanized city of Puerto Princesa were moved to the region of Western Visayas by Executive Order No. 429. However, on August 19, 2005, then-President Arroyo issued Administrative Order No. 129 to hold the earlier EO 429 in abeyance pending a review.

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