Anawangin Cove, Zambales is one of the best getaway spots you should include with your travel checklist this summer. Anawangin Cove is one of the Philippines hidden nature, this is located at San Antonio, Brgy. Pundaquit, Zambales a three to four hours travel away from the busy world of Manila.
How to Get to Anawangin Cove:
1. From Manila (Pasay or Caloocan) take a Victory Liner Bus bound for Iba, Zambales.
Bus Fare Rates: Victory Liner Fare Rate
Travel Time: Approximately about 3 to 4 hours.
2. Get off at the town of San Antonio and ride a tricycle to Brgy. Pundaquit.
Tricycle Fare: Php30
Travel Time: 15-20 minutes.
3. From Brgy. Pundaquit, hire a boatman that will take you to Anawangin. Fare cost range from Php1,000 to Php1,500 depends on the boat size. Pundaquit Boat Fare Rates.
Before you start your Anawangin Cove Summer Adventure just remember these two important things.
1. Anawangin Cove have no electricity and networks signals, so be sure to have with you your flashlights and don’t forget to carry extra batteries for your camera.
2. Have your Camping Gears like Tents with you and don’t forget to bring foods and drinks especially if you wish to stay there for overnight.
For a quick round up on what to do at Anawangin and to have a clear picture of what to expect at the hidden nature at Zambales, I suggest you to read the following post below.
Anawangin Cove Travel Tips
Travel Guide Anawangin and Nagasa Cove from The Backpack Chronicles
Anawangin Beach Cove Zambales from Junderful Pinoy
Anawangin Cove, Zambales, still in its Pristine Beauty by Ada
Tips and Things to Know about Anawangin, Nagasa and Capones in Zambales by Edcel Suyo
Anawangin Cove Travel Itinerary Samples
Nagasa Cove – Anawangin Cove – Capones Island – Camara Island Itinerary by Josiah
Anawangin Cove via Mt. Pundaquit (464+) from Pinoy Mountaineer
Climb Itinerary Mt. Pundaquit Traverse to Anawangin Cove from Ivan Lakwatsero
For those who have visited Anawangin please share your experiences below. Have a wonderful summer getaway everyone!