Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Amazing Anawangin

Anawangin Cove 
Jan 30-31, 2010 
Anawangin Cove, Zambales

This trip was so amazing and so exciting that I feel it’s a sin if I'll not share some important details to those who are planning to go to this incredible place. Hope this will help. :)


Day 1

11:00pm Meet at Victory Liner Caloocan
12:10am ETD for San Antonio Zambales
3:00 am ETA San Antonio, Zambales
3:15 arrive in Pundaquit
6:00 ETD for Camara Island
6:15 ETA in Camara Island (explore)
7:30 ETD for Capones Island
8:30 ETA in Capones Island(explore)
10:00 ETA in Anawangin
12:00 Lunch
1:00 pm Explore Anawangin
Visit Lagoon
Shoreline walk
Beach bumming
5:00 photo shoot sunset
7:00 dinner
8:00 Socials/bonfire

Camara Island early in the morning

Camara Island 

Kate, Muy, Janet, Che, Eloi, Cha at Camara Island

Day 2

6:00am easy trek going to the top view of the cove (left side)
7:00 breakfast
8:30 camp out
9:30 ETD for Pundaquit
10:30 Back in Pundaquit
11:00 lunch in San Antonio
1:00pm aboard Victory Liner
5:00 Back in Manila

Capones Island

Capones Lighthouse

Capones Island

Travel budget per person (5 pax):

  • P500- boatride and island hopping (Capones, Camara, Anawangin) overnight
  • P256- bus fare Manila-San Antonio (one way)
  • P30 - trike fare from San Antonio to Pundaquit (one way)
  • P100-overnight fee in Anawangin
  • P400-P500- food

What to bring:
  • 2 liters of water
  • Energy drink
  • Trail/snack food
  • Tent/hammock/clothesline/camping gears
  • Easy to cook meals
  • Personal necessities
  • Garbage bags
  • Camera/tripod
Anawangin Cove

Anawangin dusk


  • Please keep the cove clean
  • Be careful when swimming and trekking 
  • No cellphone signal and electricity in the cove
  • No hotels or restaurants are available around the cove
  • Waterproof your things. The water going to the cove can be very rough even during summer
  • Be sure to catch the sunset and sunrise in the cove. Fantastic!
Contact Boatman:
  • Kuya Mike- (0928) 340-5136
Agoho trees offer shade to campers

Cha and Eloi resting in the hammock  

Anawangin has small cottages near the shore


  1. Hi, Do we need to bring our own tent? or there is rentable tent?

    1. It's advisable to bring your own tent. Although there are also some tent rentals available at Pundaquit. :)

  2. Alright. thanks :)


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