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Tips and Things to Know about Anawangin, Nagsasa and Capones in Zambales


At the end of every travel series, I usually write an article about tips and things to know about that particular destination. The same goes true for my trip in Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove and Capones Island in Zambales. It’s been two years since I waited for this trip to happen. One feature that enticed [...]

Total Budget Expense in Anawangin, Nagsasa and Capones in Zambales

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Pundaquit Zambales Trip: Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove and Capones Island February 18-21, 2011 So how much did I spend in our trip to Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove and Capones Island in Zambales? Around 2556.50 Php. Air Fare is NOT included though as it varies on the promo. But just to let you know, our fare [...]

Zambales Trip: Morning Jog in Nagsasa Cove


Despite sleeping early after our cookout and campout in Nagsasa Cove, I still woke up late. I must’ve been exhausted at the time because my mind aimlessly wandered on trivial things I could’ve just worried about later on – going back to the office in a couple of days and thinking about my pending freelance [...]

Zambales Trip: Cooking and Camping in Nagsasa Cove


After taking our last dip in the waters of Anawangin Cove, we proceeded to another cove called Nagsasa. As described by others who’ve been here, Nagsasa Cove is a bigger and more secluded version of Anawangin. There aren’t as many people but it’s not as deserted anymore. Travelers who have more time to spare head [...]

Zambales Trip: Exploring Anawangin Cove


I woke up from an afternoon nap under pine trees in Anawangin cove when I decided to go to the beach. The white sand turned black with a simple sweep of its layer. It wasn’t actually white in the first place; more of greyish – its shade depended on the sun’s brightness. Black or white, [...]

Zambales Trip: An Afternoon Nap Under Pine Trees in Anawangin Cove


Coming from an uncomfortable sleep in Olongapo City, we proceeded to San Antonio, Zambales, via bus so we could journey to Anawangin Cove. It was only a two-hour bus ride and we were lucky enough to have seats reserved by Anton and his wife, Teresa. The bus was almost full since a number of couch [...]

Zambales Trip: Standing on Top of the Lighthouse in Capones Island


“There’s an earthquake!” I heard a girl panicking as she felt a sudden shake from where she was standing. “It’s just me guys.” I replied hastily to calm her down and show that it was just my legs that were trembling which produced the sudden movement. I was on top of the lighthouse in Capones [...]

Zambales Trip: Golden Cogon Grasses in the Island of Capones


My main objective in Zambales was to visit Nagsasa Cove but when Anton and his wife introduced us to Capones island, it became an unexpected highlight. Months ago, I had an affair with big red ants and cogon grass in the island of Guimaras. Little did I know that a golden sea with the same [...]

Zambales Trip: Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove and Capones Island


Just got home from another set of adventures during our trip from Cebu to Clark wherein we headed to Zambales to experience and see the amazing views of their islands and coves. I’ve been meaning to visit this part of the Philippines ever since I saw photos of pine trees on the beach and the [...]