Bulalacao is an “up and coming” eco-tourism destination in the Philippines located at the southeast tip of the province of Oriental Mindoro and one of the Philippines’ best kept secrets.
Nestled between Palawan and Boracay, Bulalacao has beautiful white sand beaches that rival Boracay’s. Discover a variety of dense rainforest, lush pastures, mountains with cascading rivers and waterfalls and amazing beaches and coves around every corner.
With its beaches and coves and 13 nearby islands it is an ideal destination for water sports like swimming, kiteboarding, windsurfing and, of course, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Although there are only a few accommodation options in Bulalacao at this early stage, you can still find a good place to stay… and this is definitely part of the attraction in Bulalacao. It is not over-developed. The municipality of Bulalacao has a population of only some 34,000 people and you can still discover the pristine, untouched beauty of the Philippines here.