Travel Oriental Mindoro mobile application and website make travel easier and more convenient for tourists

ALL IN ONE APP In attempt to help the local tourism industry to bounce back, the Provincial Government of Oriental Mindoro (PGOM) comes up with a travel app

With all the travel restrictions imposed due to COVID-19, even traveling to local destinations has become challenging because of the different guidelines and protocols imposed in each local government unit (LGU) of chosen destination.

And to help tourists discover Oriental Mindoro and the latest travel updates from this area, the Provincial Government of Oriental Mindoro (PGOM) has teamed up with the Department of Tourism (DOT) Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) for the launching of Travel Oriental Mindoro mobile application and website.

Welcome to the hidden gem of the South

Unknown to many, aside from housing the infamous Puerto Galera Beach, Oriental Mindoro, has a lot more to offer. This province takes pride of its white sand beaches, clear blue waters, coral reefs in varied colors, cool rushing rivers, hidden waterfalls, and lush green forests covering majestic mountains. 

Some of the must visit sites are the Mount Halcon, Tukuran Falls, and Big La Laguna Beach. For those who are into festivities, every November 15th, the province is holding Mahal Tana Festival. An event that showcases the place’s culture, history, and religion. And soon, visitors can enjoy the Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Center (MBCC).

Launching the said mobile application and website is one of the PGOM’s efforts to help the local tourism to bounce back, as just like any tourist destination, they too, are badly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Powered by ITDC Systems Development Services, this digital innovation serves as an easy-to-use platform that will help users to find up-to-date information from accommodations, tourists spots to festivals to watch out for.

Log on to to visit the website or download the Travel Oriental Mindoro app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

Source: Manila Bulletin (