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Serene Anawangin

I've always dreamed to visit this place they call Anawangin Cove. It is one of the tourist attractions found in San Antonio, Zambales. Famous for his crescent shaped cove with a pristine white sand beach.

Getting To Anawangin
From Manila, you can drive or take a bus to San Antonio, Zambales that will take you approximately 6 hours. It is advisable to leave Manila at night so it wouldn’t be hot while traveling. Upon arriving at San Antonio you can rent a boat for P1500.00(round trip) at Pundaquit that will lead you to Anawangin about 30 minutes away or either trek on the Pundaquit range about 6 hours.

What To Bring
Bring lots of drinking water since water pump is not safe
Bring your own food
Bring your own tent if you wish to sleep

What To Expect
There are no modern facilities in Anawangin
There are only a couple of toilets

What To Do
Visit the nearby Nagsasa Cove, Anawangin Cove and Silanguin Cove
rock climbing at Camara Island
Trek to Capones Lighthouse
Trek to Mt. Pundaquit


Malditang Kuracha said...

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thepinaysolobackpacker said...

I agree! na caught yung attention ko nung photo. =) very helpful post din. keep 'em coming!