MABUHAY! A warm welcome to our “Tropical Hideaway” on the island of Mindoro.

MABUHAY ! A warm welcome to our “Tropical Hideaway” on the island of Mindoro – isolated enough to spirit away the every-day-hectic of busy city life, Tuko Beach Resort is set on the fringes of a jungle-like forest, nestled within over 4,000sqm of lush tropical gardens and with direct access to a picturesque natural coastline with several white sandy beaches and bays.
To emphasize this “Robinson-Crusoe” – feeling, the resort itself is kept deliberately small: only around 20 guests at any one time, may enjoy this cozy, intimate atmosphere and experience truly Mindorenean hospitality.

All cottages and rooms are of superior standard, fitted to provide spacious and comfortable living in close harmony with nature.

Besides surf, sun and sand, our guests are welcome to choose from the resort’s various other facilities, services and activities.


Restaurant, Coffee-Shop, BBQ-pit

One of the focal points amidst the resort’s tropical garden is the Restaurant – an airy, grass-thatched structure with openings on three sides to catch the cooling sea breezes. Dining at the restaurant is an almost ‘al-fresco’ experience: set meals or buffet – there is always plenty of food!

Merienda, cakes and other snacks are available throughout the day at the Lanai – don’t miss our regular ‘Jungle-Pizza’ nights !
The BBQ (adjoining the Lanai) is designed to easily fit and prepare a full-sized ‘Lechon’, a traditional and tasty Pinoy dish of roasted pig. BBQs on a smaller scale may also be arranged.


Abra Walk; Kalong River Trekking; Latag Trail; Agbalala Falls

Guided tours can be arranged: from a leisurely morning walk to a full day hike. For a very special experience, we recommend ‘Kalong River Trekking’ – hiking through plantations and along rice fields, crossing the river several times before taking a picnic break at a sandy river bend. From here, you’ll have to swim through two natural pools of cool crystal clear water to reach the waterfalls ! |Rates depend on group size and must be booked in advance – please contact us for the price list.

Water Fun

Beach Club; Jacuzzi

At the Beach Club you’ll find everything for a fun or relaxing day at one of the beaches: snorkel, mask and flippers; body surfers; life preservers; kites; soft tennis; beach towels and lots of other water toys. The use is free-of-charge for our guests on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon in and around the Jacuzzi ! Set back into the garden, there is also a private rest area with sun umbrella and comfortable lounge chairs. Reserve our ‘Afternoon Sunset’ Package incl. drinks at only


Treasure Chest

Entertainment, not only for rainy days, can be found at the Kabibi-Lounge : parlor games; darts; library with books and CDs; interesting tid-bits on local flora and fauna; even a keyboard is here for an impromptu concert.

Or browse through our Sari-Sari store – the Treasure Chest has selection of local jewelry; T(uko)-Shirts; sandos & sarongs; a variety of cold drinks, snacks, sweets and other personal items.


Rooms, Cottages, House

In true boutique-style, each one of our guest accommodations is individually designed and furnished. All are tucked into the tropical scenery and have either a verandah, patio or balcony. Generous en-suite bathrooms have hot & cold shower and are supplied with towels, shampoo, soap and other cosmetic items. Each unit has a 21″TV, VCD/DVD-player, personal fridge, intercom house-phone and complimentary tea & coffee-making facilities.

Contact Information


  • Despite our isolated location, it is surprisingly easy to get here: pre-arranged transport by air-conditioned car will bring you straight von Manila to the Pier of Batangas, travel time is just about two hours.

    Montenegro Shipping Lines (MSL) provide a regular, around-the-clock ferry service to Abra de Ilog, Occ. Mindoro. Upon arrival in Abra de Ilog, you will be met by resort staff and escorted to a private boat. Tuko Beach Resort is only a 20-minutes outrigger boat ride (Banka) away from the Port of Abra de Ilog.