Dingalan is the southernmost town of Aurora; it is separated
from the rest of the province by the Sierra Madre mountains.
Most of its tourists come from the nearby province, Nueva
Location Southernmost part of Aurora Province - 21° 23' longtitute and 15° 23' latitude.
Boundaries North - San Luis, Aurora South - General Nakar, Quezon East - Pacific Ocean West - Nueve Ecija
Topography Nestled at the foot of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Dingalan's terrain is generally hilly and mountainous.
Area 30,455 square kilometers
Population: Census - 21,254 22,254 (2005) Gorwth Rate - 3.36
Climate: 4th Type (Corona Classification) - Dingalan has generally fair weather all year round and rainfall is evenly distributed. The wettest months are October to February while the driest months are July and August, ironically the wettest month for most parts of the country.
Source of Livelihood Agriculture and fishing
Class of Municipality 4th Class
Number of Barangays 11 (Eleven)
Number of Purok / Sitios 76
Dialect Tagalog / Ilocano
Distance from Capital Town 120 kilometers
Distance from Cabanatuan City 60 kilometers
Distance from Manila 182 kilometers
Number of Seaports 1 feeder port 1 RORO port
Number of Schools 23 schools - 3 public schools, 1 private school, 19 Elementary public schools
Health Services Community Hospital, Rural Health Unit and Barangay Health Center
Getting to Dingalan For information on how to get to Dingalan from Manila, click here.
Where to Stay
The municipality of Dingalan was constituted in 1962.
It is located at the southernmost tip of Aurora, and
surrounded by the neighboring provinces of Nueva Ecija,
Bulacan and Quezon.
Dingalan is a place of varied attractions for both nature
lovers and adventurers. Hikers will enjoy exploring such
spots as Dingalan Bay View Site, Lamao
Caves and the Rocks of Dingalan.
The IFRC Nursery & Falls, besides
being a picturesque spot, offers two natural pools for
swimming. With its shore-length reef and various off-shore
coral formations, White Beach is also an excellent spot
for water sports like diving.