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Travel Guide : How to get to Anawangin Cove from Manila


It was in 2009 when we had our beach-bumming weekend in Anawangin Cove, Pundaquit San Antonio Zambales. I want to share to you how we were able to get there.

How to get to Anawangin Cove

1. Take a Victory Liner bus going to Iba Zambales and get off at the town of San Antonio. Or you may take a bus bound for Olongapo then transfer to a bus going to Iba Zambales. Fare is around 250 pesos. Check out Victory Liner website for the trip schedules.

2. From the town proper of San Antonio, take a tricyle going to Pundaquit Beach. Fare is 25 pesos per person.

3. Rent a boat that will bring you directly to Anawangin Cove from the locals offering their services. Boat rentals depend on the the size of the boat.

Note: When renting a boat, ask the boatman to bring you to Capones and Camara Islands as a side trip.

Me and my group will be back to Pundaquit in San Antonio Zambales tomorrow. We're going to explore Nagsasa Cove this time.
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5 comments :

Anonymous said...

hi there... i am a from san antonio, zambales. i appreciate it very much for posting annawangin cove. hope you could come back and explore the other coves as well... talisayen, nagsaza and silangin..

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

I have updated my post...

Me and my group will be back to Pundaquit San Antonio Zambales tomorrow. We're going to explore Nagsasa Cove this time.
Thanks a lot!

Red @ AnawanginCove said...

Hello Pinoy Adventurista,

How's your stay in Nagsasa Cove?
Thanks for sharing us your experience.

More Travel To Come,
Red (Anawangin Cove Adventurist)

Pinoy Adventurista said...

@Red @ AnawanginCove - As I put it, Nagsasa Cove is a better alternative to Anawangin which has been exploited through the years by careless campers...

Hopefully, it will not end up like Anawangin...

Thanks for the visit!

Anonymous said...

Can we rent a boat for 2 people? How much would that cost?

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