Experiences and Stories of Biyaheng Palos

Experiences and Stories of  Biyaheng Palos
A Personal Travel Journal

Friday, May 04, 2012

Anawangin Cove

Anawangin Cove became one of the favorite spots of campers and even the tenderfoot travelers because of its proximity to Metro Manila. 

All you need is 2 days and 1 night to explore this paradise including the nearby spots- the Camara and Capones Islands .

What's interesting is the fact that this isolated beach grew pine trees when Mt. Pinatubo erupted.
There is also a lagoon behind the beach, concealed by the pine trees. 

Going to Anawangin: Take the bus bound Iba in Zambales (Victory Liner Cubao) or any buses en route to Olongapo City then hop on to buses bound Sta. Cruz or Iba, usually non Air Conditioned buses.

Drop off Point at the Municipal Hall of San Antonio and take a tricycle to the fisherman's wharf in Barangay Pundaquit.

Hire an outrigger boat. Ask and observe the fare matrix for the banca, they have fixed rates as suggested by the local government. 

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