The name of this region, MIMAROPA, is an acronym that combines the names of its provinces: Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan.
Some of its islands take some effort to get to, but this contributes to their allure. Virgin forests, secluded beaches, thriving marine life, beautiful waterfalls, magical caves, and warm people will make your trip special.
There’s an enchantment to this region, especially underwater. Above land you’ll find simple towns, delicious seafood, and the quiet, laid-back island life that the people of MIMAROPA have had for centuries.
With its National Parks, World Heritage Sites, protected marine areas and even wild safari parks, the MIMAROPA region is definitely something different. You won’t find big cities, bustling highways, or traffic jams here. You will find rugged roads, palm-fringed beaches, and peace and serenity.
Political divisions of Region 4-B MIMAROPA with 2010 Population numbers are:
277,828 Marinduque. Capital is Boac with 52,892 population.
452,971 Occidental Mindoro. Capital is Mamburao with 39,237 population.
785,602 Oriental Mindoro. Capital is Calapan with 124,173 population.
994,340 Palawan. Capital is Puerto Princesa with 222,673 population.
283,930 Romblon. Capital is Romblon with 37,995 population.
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