Saturday, April 05, 2008

Zambales: Anawangin Cove in San Antonio, Zambales

The famed beauty of Anawangin Cove has spread far and wide as being one of the best beaches in the country. And we were finally there, well almost. It was an exhausting trek to Anawangin Cove. But the hike to the beach was not yet over. At sea level, we still had to navigate a kilometer along a dry river bed.

But the bizarre landscape felt mysterious in a way. It didn't look like I was in the Philippines with all the pine trees right beside the beach. Walking the dry river bed with that pyramid-like mountain in the background added an eerie feeling to an already uncanny trek. Anawangin got its name from nuang the Ilocano word for carabao since there is an abundance of it there. Remember the wild carabao?

After several meters under the hot summer sun trekking on the rocks, we finally made it to the shady cluster of pine trees. I wonder how they got there. Our guide said many were planted after the Mount Pinatubo eruption but he added the trees were there even before. To add to the mystique were crystal clear streams that reflected the tall pine trees on the surface like you were in some enchanted forest. And to think this whole area was devastated in 1991. It just shows how fast nature heals itself.

And then the beach finally appeared. It was a long strip of near-white volcanic sand dumped by Mount Pinatubo. The locals said that before the eruption, this area was mostly rock. The sand from Mount Pinatubo had created a wonderful playground for beach lovers. And it's even more wonderful that the locals take good care of it. So whatever they charge you, they most probably deserve it.

After taking photos, I went for a dip in the beach. The cool water washed away all the exhaustion from the climb, all the stress from school. It was a great way to welcome the summer!

How to get there
You can take any bus from Manila to Iba or Sta. Cruz, Zambales. Buses to Zambales leave the Victory Liner stations in Caloocan (about 23 trips from 5 a.m. to 12 midnight) and Pasay (four trips from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.) Fare to San Antonio is about PHP235.

Get off at the town proper of San Antonio and charter a tricycle to take you to the jump-off point in Pundaquit. That's about PHP50 per person or PHP200 per tricycle. Boat rentals to Anawangin and the nearby islands range from PHP800 to PHP1200 depending on your itinerary.

Where to stay
While many visitors to Anawangin camp there for the night, there are a lot of accommodations available in Pundaquit:

Punta de Uian
+63 918 888UIAN (8426)
+63 918 800UIAN (8426)

Nora Resort
+63 919 6374917

Part 1: Hiking up Mt. Anawangin and down to the beach
Part 3: Capones Island and its lighthouse

Related entries
Anawangin's mystical beach
Nagsasa Cove in San Antonio, Zambales

108 comments:

  1. I first seen the place thru Ferdz' blog and your entry somehow confirmed the beauty of the place. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Yes, it's a really wonderful place. I hope it remains that way.

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  3. hi ivan thanks for this post. it is very helpfl as we are planning to go to anawangin after our boracay trip.

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  4. Have fun! It's a really wonderful place!

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  5. hi ivan. how long did you stay in san antonio? we are also planning to go to zambales and we are wondering how much money we need to bring and where to stay at. i hope you can help me. thanks :)

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  6. It was a day trip. We arrived at 4:30 a.m. for the hike to Anawangin via Mt. Anawangin. That was about 5 hours. We had pre-arranged a boat to pick us up at Anawangin to bring us to Capones and back to Pundaquit. We spent about P1000 for the boat and P500 for the guide.

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  7. hmm, P50/head or P200 for a tricycle ride is expensive, the running rate from the market to pundaquit is only P20 per head, maximum of four persons per tricycle, but we usually give the driver P100 for 4 pax.

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  8. hi ivan, we are planning to go in pundakit this coming friday, but until now I haven't got any resort name that we can stay, hope you can give me some option because we need a room for 28 pax. Thanks!

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  9. @zherwin, thanks for the information. It looks like our companions were overcharged when they first went to Anawangin.

    @eliza, please see the resorts I posted in the entry.

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  10. hello, how much do they charge per head to camp at anawangin?

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  11. Anonymous25.4.08

    Hi sir, may water source ba na malapit lng sa anawangin cove?

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  12. bingo6.5.08

    nice pictures! is there a way to reach anwangin beach without trekking?

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  13. Anonymous7.5.08

    hi...just wanna ask kung mgkano budget/person papunta sa anawangin..?thank you...

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  14. Yes, you can hire a pump boat directly to Anawangin from Pundaquit. You should budget up to P1200 for a boat which is good for four people.

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  15. Hi there, around 5 or so of us are planning to do this hike. I was wondering whether you need to pre-arrange a guide for it? Or can we do the hike by ourselves (existing trail, etc.)? We'd appreciate it if you have any contact numbers for the guides and stuff :) Thanks

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  16. Anonymous10.7.08

    Hi Ivan.Your posted infos are very helpful. I cant wait to see this place...i saw it on my friend's friendster and as i see more beauty of the place...i put it dowm on my itinerary. I'll visit this place soon.

    Ta

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  17. Anonymous1.9.08

    Hi Ivan... thanks for including Nora's Beach Resort in your place to stay in Zambales... thanks a lot from the staff and crew of Nora's Beach Resort

    CP # 09178813883

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  18. fidel16.9.08

    hi, fidel here. my friends and i are planning to visit anawangin sometime this october. we plan to go hiking first then go to the beach afterwards. do you know of any guide who could accompany us during the hike? please do answer me back. many thanks!

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  19. You can secure guides for the trek through Mang Alfring (0919) 6498563

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  20. fidel18.9.08

    hi, thanks for the reply. i have another question though. we are planning to spend the night on anawangin but we dont have tents. do you know of anyone from there who leases tents? thanks thanks

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  21. You could check with Mang Alfring as well :)

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  22. Thanks Ivan for sharing this post. We went to Anawangin cove and it was awesome as you described. The owners of Nora's Resort was very helpful too, thanks to the number you published here.

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  23. tikiwiki16.12.08

    hi ivan, nice post. we also had the chance to see the beauty of anawangin cove. but since we didn't have tents and all, we stayed at Jimz Beach Resort.

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  24. Anonymous15.1.09

    Sir' Ivan... salamat sa Site nyo...

    Ask ko lang... magkanu po bayad dun sa Guide nung nag trek kayo? and kung may contact details pa po sana kayo... plan po sana namin nung tropa ko... just the 3 of Us... More Power sa site nyo at sa Pinoy Mountaineer ni Sir Gid'

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  25. Anonymous30.1.09

    Hello Ivan,

    I took note of all the info from this site when my friend and I went to Anawangin last week. Weekend overnight lang..bitin pero ayos na rin. Stayed at Aling Nora's place at Pundaquit. Will come back camping at Anawangin next time. Cheers!

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  26. You should also try to visit Nagsasa Cove. I goind to schedule a visit sometime soon.

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  27. Anonymous26.3.09

    Hi ivan,
    It's our first time to visit the place anawangin..So, i wanna know how much all in all is the budget for each person. try to estimate for me..thank you so much..

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  28. Anonymous1.4.09

    hi hello po.

    may contact number pa po ba kayo nung sa boatman at yung guide?

    we're planning to go there kasi po sa monday na. 2 lang po kami originally, ang quoted price po kasi samen nung 2 pa lang kami na pupunta ay 1800 daw.

    then nakapagyaya po kasi ako ng 3 more friends, so 5 na kami.

    feeling ko kasi yung 1800, mahal na. so baka meron pa po akong mahanap na mas mura.

    thanks a lot.

    here's my email: pggarasi@gmail.com

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  29. Hello, Ivan! been to Pundaquit last year but unfortunate because we had no time to go to Anawangin. I am hoping I can visit it this summer!!!

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  30. karl reiner21.4.09

    Hi Guys,

    I have been reading a lot of things about anawangin. Surely it is a paradise. Other people are hesitant to go because of untoward incidents that had happened.

    I'm pretty sure that you have heard there types of scenarios. they happen in gallera, anawangin, siargao, etc... I don't want to blame untoward scenarios to these beautiful places. The beach, the mountains, or even in your own house has its dangers.

    Persons drown because of strong underwater currents, undertows, and popular known as riptides. They can occur anywhere waves are breaking on shore.

    I know a number of people has lost their lives due to this. They are dangerous but are relatively easy to escape if you stay calm. I think if people only knew what to do, there would be a lot less deaths. Here are some websites I found on how to survive an underwater current hope this helps and please pass to others:

    http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/worst_case_scenarios/1289281.html

    http://www.susanscott.net/OceanWatch2001/nov16-01.html


    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/824729/riptide_the_danger_and_how_to_survive.html

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  31. Anonymous22.4.09

    Hello,

    Pwede bang magdala ng sariling sasakyan? meron bang safe na lugar para mag park kung mag o-overnite?

    BTW, nice blog!

    thanks!

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  32. You can leave your vehicle in Pundaquit. Pundaquit also has good resorts.

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  33. we really had fun in this place especially on our first day cause were the only person in the island except the care taker... we enjoyed. taking pictures

    The people there is very accomodating, even the people from pundakit were we rent the boat!

    There were lot of things we did in this place!

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  34. Anonymous11.5.09

    Can you please help me? My friends and I are planning a trip to Anawangin and the San Antonio, Zambales area and I was tasked to come up with the emergency action plan. I would like to request if possible the numbers and addresses of the hospitals, police stations and any other emergency facility/agency in the area? Thank you very much for your help.

    Best regards,
    Sean

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  35. Anonymous18.5.09

    Hi Ivan, I'm planning to visit my cousin in naval. Is the place far? How long? Please give me info. Thanks.

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  36. dhang24.5.09

    hi ivan,my friends and i are planning to go to anawangin this june,,can you please give me an info? please txt me to this # im willing to call u up to get d info i need. thanks! 09065814735

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  37. anawangin tour package

    8pax 12k
    10pax 13.k
    12pax 15.5k

    for more info please text

    09065032211

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  38. Anonymous27.1.10

    how to get to anawangin zambales from quezon city and can we just bring our own tent?

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  39. sakay poh ng bus x terminal ng Victory Liner x munoz or x cubao going 2 Iba Zambales,, then baba ng San Antonio sakay ng tricycle going 2 Pundakit xabihin nyo poh going 2 anawangin kau pra ibaba kau x lugar qng san pwede mgrent ng boat n magahhatid sa inyo x anawangin cove... i suggest u look for kuya Florante (owner ng boats) he won't asked for d advance payment, magbabayad lng kau xknya pg pauwi n kau and super bait nya!

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  40. *monumento pala nde munoz...ngkamali lng poh ng type

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  41. you should bring ur own tent if ur planning 2 stay there ng overnyt kasi wla tlagang tutulugan dun, no electricity, no rooms, no cottage, may cr lng and may poso pra mgigib ng tubig.

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  42. Anonymous10.2.10

    Hi,

    Sir headhunter, me and my colleagues have a trip to anawangin on March 6-7. I just wanna ask for a little help, should we go to travel agencies or is it okay if we just handle it by ourselves? How much all in all is the budget/head if we just go there and take care of everything?
    Hope to get a reply from you soon. Thanks! Appreciate your help. :)

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  43. hi poh... hhhmmm nde poh q boy, girl poh aq... btw, no nid 2 go for a travel agencies... kasi kami basta lng kmi pumunta dun ang info lng nmin dun dati is ung mga nabasa nmin d2 x net... when u go to anawangin kasi camping ang manyayari dun xo don't forget ur tent, foods, water, medicine kit, flashlights, candles...

    my 1 store din nman dun, where u can buy ice, hot water, etc. peo di q sure if open cla lagi dun, xka doble ang prize dun eh... much better if mgdala kau mga delata...

    di q sigurado ung ngastos nmin kasi kuya q nagbayad eh... bxtah pgdating ng san antonio 25 ata ung tricycle then 1500 ata x boat x pundakit n mgdadala x inyo x anawangin 4 na kami dun... tpos + 500 pra x sidetrip x light house...

    bxtah take a lot of ingat... malakas ung current x gitna and x left side facing d beach xo I advice wag kau x mgswimming x part dun!

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  44. hi poh... hhhmmm nde poh q boy, girl poh aq... btw, no nid 2 go for a travel agencies... kasi kami basta lng kmi pumunta dun ang info lng nmin dun dati is ung mga nabasa nmin d2 x net... when u go to anawangin kasi camping ang manyayari dun xo don't forget ur tent, foods, water, medicine kit, flashlights, candles...

    my 1 store din nman dun, where u can buy ice, hot water, etc. peo di q sure if open cla lagi dun, xka doble ang prize dun eh... much better if mgdala kau mga delata...

    di q sigurado ung ngastos nmin kasi kuya q nagbayad eh... bxtah pgdating ng san antonio 25 ata ung tricycle then 1500 ata x boat x pundakit n mgdadala x inyo x anawangin 4 na kami dun... tpos + 500 pra x sidetrip x light house...

    bxtah take a lot of ingat... malakas ung current x gitna and x left side facing d beach xo I advice wag kau x mgswimming x part dun!

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  45. guys,

    safe po bang mag-camp sa anawangin beach cove?

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  46. guys,

    i would like to know if safe mag camp sa anawangin??

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  47. daisy23.2.10

    hello avid readers and fellow adventurers who wanted to try something new. Going to Anawangin such a memorable experience. We've been there with my friends all four of us and would you believe we are in our 40s. It was last February19-21,2010. We took our ride in Victory Liner Pasay the last rip is 12 pm so be there around 8 pm for the tickets por you ll end up chance passengers like us and gonna force to take the 5 am ride. ticket costs P270/person. Take the Iba Zambales bus.Will take you 3 and half ride to san antonio from ther take the tricycle that would costP30/person to pundaquit beach we you will take a boat that would cost P200 per person
    to and fro from the island. Travel takes 30 mins and entrance in the island will charge you P100 per person i would advised you take the left side of the beach amenities are better especially the comfort rooms. Beware swimming on the left side of the beach facing the sea many people reported drowned there because of strong underwater current. There are small stores there but the commodities are expensive. better bring your own food and water. nOW THERE .... HAPPY CAMPING!!!!

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  48. ivan,


    nice site........im surfing the net....ng mapag katuwaan ko eh seach yong place ko.......san antonio zambales.........taga san miguel po ako kapit barangay ko ang pundakit.......lagi din po ako sa anawangin sa talisayin.....nagsasa.....at silangin at lalo na sa capones.... pag na board kasi ako sa bahay....niyaya ko mga friends ko na mag island hoping.......may mga bangka kasi ako d2 sa san miguel...
    thanks pala sa pag promote sa place ko.....talagang maganda dito....tinatawag nga namin tong hidden paradise........gudluck and more power to your site.......sana lahat ng place d2 sa zambales ma explore mo.....

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  49. Hello Fellow Anawangin Enthusiasts,

    Please help us build a bigger community for Anawangin Cove in Facebook by becoming a fan of our page. Visit http://www.facebook.com/anawangincove and read interesting write-ups about Anawangin. There are very helpful articles to guide you if you’re planning a trip.

    Let’s increase environmental awareness by promoting the natural beauty of Anawangin Cove. Don’t forget to suggest to your friends!

    Thank you,
    Anthony

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  50. hi ghilbzberto,

    Were planning to go to anawangin can we rent your 2 boats? can i have your cellphone no.?

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  51. Anonymous16.3.10

    any one who wants to rent a boat going to anawangin, capones island and camara island......just call and text 09199846963 or email me for reservation....


    WHO WANTS TO EXPERIENCE THE EXCITEMENTS OF A BEACH HOLIDAY...............................


    COME AND VISIT MY PLACE AT ZAMBALES AREA (san antonio)


    ACTIVITIES:

    1. HIKING - from brgy.pundakit to anawangin beach

    2. ISLAND HOPPING - to capones island (tour to lighthose) to camara island

    3. FISHING - around the island

    4. SNORKELING

    5. BEACH PICNIC

    the only charges is:

    hiker guide - 600.00

    boat rental ( small boat ) - 1,000.00 / 4 person load capacity
    ( big boat ) - 2,000.00 / 8-10 person load capacity

    drop off and pick-up to anawangin beach plus additional 200.00 for the gasoline going to capones
    island and camara island....

    please call or text - 09199846963 or email me gilbertrealms@yahoo.com

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  52. Anonymous24.3.10

    Hi, we are planning to go there this Holy Week. So, there are really no accommodations in the area? what about in the nearby cities? But, do you think bringing a tent would be better instead? pls txt me 09272872817

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  53. Anonymous11.4.10

    wowww this place seems amazing! i'd like to know how long one can stay camped at anawangin beach? cause i'm planning a trip and this seems like the perfect place! i just need to know cause we're planning 5 days. . is that possible? please text me with any info asap please. .

    Conan - 09053432529

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  54. Anonymous20.4.10

    5 days will be expensive besides there are no vendors around and hiring a boatman or guide from pundaquit to bring goods for your stay would be so expensive and the water source is not potable because it comes from deep well but kung rockstar ka at mala jackass sa adventure i think tatagal nmn kahit kapusin ng supplies... kami nga 1 1/2 day walang pagkain eh nakatagal hahahaha basta may tubig lng alak at yosi game on....

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  55. Our Team (10+ members) is planning to go on anawangin this Jul 31 for an overnight stay.
    How to go there from Makati? and How much would be the fare. ..we are just commuting.

    Hope someone can answer my queery..

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  56. Wow ang ganda pala sa zambales noh, bundok na bundok talaga. Masarap mag hiking dyan. Pero kung beach ang usapan. mas panalo ang boracay kaysa sa mga ibang beaches.



    Tanya Gemarin

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  57. Anonymous2.9.10

    hi...i saw your post, just want to know if those resorts you've mentioned has parking space? is it safe there? and maganda bang pumunta this month of september?
    thanks a lot.

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  58. Anonymous30.10.10

    We're planning to go next year! Forgive me if you think this is a silly question but is it possible for us to create a bonfire by the beach?

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  59. Anonymous19.11.10

    hi guys.we'll have a reunion this january & we've chosen pundaquit as our venue.we're looking for a real cheap but comftable house to stay overnight good enough to accomodate us (we'll be like 10 to 15).we don't really need a big house..u know it's not a problem if others sleep on the floor. text me pls 09082603115

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  60. Hi Ivan, Good AM, We're planning to go to Anawangin this coming weekend, what if we want to stay only in the island overnight, aside from the drinks and canned good including tents, how much budget do we still have to prepare ie entrance fee, accomodateion, banca ride fare et al? Thanks

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  61. Hello po kuya ivan...puede nio rin po ba ipost dito sa blog nio yung contact number namin....may mga BANCA BOAT and TENT po kami just incase na may magtanong or mangailangan po ng mga ito pag balakin nila na magpunta sa lugar na ito...09172022692 DINDO po ito...
    Salamat po and GOD BLESS

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  62. Beautiful. Can you suggest also a fun and adventure for this summer?

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  63. Anonymous24.4.11

    Hi,i'm Zy. Pwede po ba malaman ang estimated budget to Anawangin? Thanks i'm planning to go there on May 2. Thank u. aryz_mine16@yahoo.com,09185578787

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  64. Jhaque16.7.11

    Hello guys... i'm from san antonio zambales but not even visited this cove. we used to have picnic at pundaquit with family and friends but never been at anawangin. but my daughter now is asking for a visit to this place. i found so many beautiful comments in this site and for sure we will get in this mid august. sana lang walang bagyo...!!!

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  65. last april 2011 was my first time to visit anawangin resort...ang ganda graveh...di ko akalain na meron tayong ganun kagandang tanawin.....di ko malimutan ang XP un

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  66. Anonymous29.8.11

    Hi Guys, just wanna ask if okay ba road going to Pundaquit and leave our vehicles there? Ano name contact person and parking place u can recommend? Paano direction if via express way? Our way is going to Anawangin. Thanks!!!

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  67. Anonymous8.9.11

    Good day, good weather, good mood...ANAWANGIN, NAGSASA, CAPONES & CAMARA...name it coz we have it all! BOAT,VAN,TENT,ISLAND HOPPING,TREKKING
    Package tour available...BOOK NOW
    The more headcount...the more the lower price...
    CONTACT THE FF. NOS. FOR RESERVATION:
    SMART- 0919-984-6964
    GLOBE - 0927-875-9352
    SUN - 0923-695-3532
    LANDLINE- (047) 645-7588

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  68. Anonymous28.9.11

    is it okay to go in anawangin this october?

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  69. Hi Everyone,

    We offer boat services, tent rentals and following standard boat rates.

    If you have inquiries,please don,t hesitate to get in touch with us.

    Contact Person: LIEZEL NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692

    Dindo

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  70. Sir Dindo,

    Sino po pwede namen icontact to be our trail gude sa Mt. Pundaquit? We're going on October 29 and start to trek by Oct 30 morning.

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  71. Hi Kim,

    Meron po kaming guide papuntang Anawangin, Eto po kontak person nio about the guide. Thank you po.

    Contact Person: LIEZEL NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692

    Dindo

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  72. Anonymous27.10.11

    HI MAM KIM...

    WE OFFER OUR BOAT GOING TO ANAWANGIN COVE & TRAVEL GUIDE GOING TO PUNDAKIT AND ANAWANGIN..

    CONTACT MY NUMBER... O9198437370... for reservation of the boat... THANK YOU PO..

    AMAZING PUNDAKI BOAT TOUR...

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  73. Anonymous29.10.11

    magandang araw sir Ivan" Baka po pwede nyo ipublish ang package rate namin... salamat
    AMAZING PUNDAKIT:


    P 600 per head for 9- 10 persons
    P 650 per head for 8 persons
    P 700 per head for 7 persons
    P760 per head for 6 persons
    P 600 per head for 5 persons
    P 650 per head for 4 persons
    P 760 per head for 3 persons
    P 1010 per head for 2 person
    *****************ALL IN-- FOOD NALANG ANG KULANG*******
    Inclusive of the foloowing:
    -round trip tour to anawangin
    -island hopping to camara and capones island
    -hatid sundo san antonio town to pundakit
    -entrance fee in anawangin
    -tent
    -ihawan, cooking utensils and cooler will be provide for free..
    -shower before and after is free

    hanapin nyo po: nanay josie
    mobile number: 09193910016/09228788756

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  74. Anonymous20.11.11

    helo nanay josie.. ask ko lang if ilang days yang inooffer nyo?. ty

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  75. Anonymous24.11.11

    hello campers..

    packaged inclusive of 2 days 1 night stay po..
    text us po 09193910016/09198437370/092287887556

    nanay josie
    amazing boat tours

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  76. Anonymous27.11.11

    good day nanay josie, inquire ko lang po na magkano ang additional fees just in case mag 3 days 2 nights sa anawangin..pwede po kaya magstay ng 2 nights dun?? good for 2 persons lang po.. many Thanks!

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  77. Anonymous29.11.11

    mam/sir s entrance fee lng po kau magaadditional kong sakali...


    nanay josie
    amazing pundaquit boat tour...

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  78. Anonymous29.11.11

    additional 100 per person per night lng po..pdeng mg stay po dun 3 days 2 nights or until sawa po.
    for more details:
    text us 09198437370/09228788756

    nanay josie

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  79. Anonymous2.1.12

    safe ba magdala ng kids sa anawangin?

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  80. hi po,

    Need a Boat ride, Tent, and other stuff?
    Please let us know… All you have to do is get in touch with us by texting or calling. Thank you and god bless…

    Contact Person: LIEZEL NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692
    Blogsite: http://dindonieva.multiply.com

    Dindo

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  81. Opo, safe po ang magdala or magsama ng bata....
    For more info....
    Contact Person: LIEZEL NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692
    Blogsite: http://dindonieva.multiply.com

    Dindo

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  82. Anonymous16.1.12

    hi guys i've been in anawangin cove it's nice place together w/ nagsasa.IF you want a nice and trusted person to accompany you. contac this no:09323141526/09278451012 any transaction for travel don't hesitate to ask.

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  83. hi'i'm rodel villanueva from pundakit,if u nid a contact person how to get in annawangin/capones/nagsasa cove,pls contact.0939413900/09078145375.and also you contact me by mail.dhelvillanueva@gmail.com.

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  84. Anonymous24.1.12

    Good Day! if ever merong need ng contact person papuntang anawangin at nagsasa cove or capones na need ng boat rental then if my mag trekking din ang gusto ito contact number ko 0939-413-9000 Rodel Villaanueva name ko..thank you!!

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  85. Greetings, we are please to inform you about our package tours to various destinations:

    1) Anawangin
    2) Talisayen
    3) Nagsasa
    4) Silanguin

    For more info, please just get in touch with us…
    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692

    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

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  86. Anonymous7.2.12

    Hi Dindo/Liezel:

    may I know your number here in Manila Office? We would like to inquire for our company outing this February. Thank you.

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  87. Hi po,

    Sir/ma'am, pasensya na po pero wala po kaming office jan sa Manila, Taga dito po kami sa san Antonio, we arrange package tours from here po.
    If you have questions regarding the tour, please let us know. Thank you and god bless po.

    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692

    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

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  88. Anonymous10.2.12

    Hi po,

    Just came here in philippines for vacation, and I search some of the most beautiful beaches here to go with my family, just want to ask how much po ung magiging budget namin for this anawangin and boat ride??

    Thanx a lot! Need your feedback.. :)

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  89. Monique Nicolas13.2.12

    Good day Anawangin Buddies! Can I ask for a favor my dear friend? I would just like to ask for the few minutes of your time.. We are conducting a research about the Accommodation that can be experienced in our very own Anawangin Cove, Zambales. We would just like to assess if its accommodation has impacts on its popularity and sustainability. For those who have stayed OVERNIGHT and more in Anawangin Cove itseLf and not in any resort that can be found in Pundaquit, pLease feeL free to CLICK on the "Form" Link beLow.. Your participation will be highly appreciated as it's your way to heLp us accompLish our Research.. Thank You so much! and GodbLess.. -Monique Nicolas

    http://form.jotform.com/form/20325116492

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  90. hello po (Anonymous)

    Depende po kung ilan kayong pupunta.
    pero try nio pong i-check yung blog namin sa multiply or simply liaise with us.

    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692
    blogsite: http://dindonieva.multiply.com


    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

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  91. Anonymous22.2.12

    Hi Good day!
    I would like to ask some questions.
    Is it possible to set a bonfire in the island?
    Is it okay to bring our own gas stove, also with the gasul?
    If we stay there for overnight and camping for 2days and 1 night it would be safe for us? No dangerous animals will be attack us? No "Magnanakaw"?
    Thanks for the Blog, and it help a lot. God Bless! :)

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  92. Hi po,
    Yes, you can set bonfire to any of the campsite
    Yes, you can bring your own gas stove, but make sure it's handy
    Yes, it is safe to stay overnight to the island,cove or at any campsite,
    There's is no wild animals or burgler on this places but make sure to look after your stuff.


    If you have further questions, feel free to get in touch with us.
    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692
    blogsite: http://dindonieva.multiply.com


    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

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  93. Anonymous11.3.12

    AMAZING PUNDAKIT:


    P 550 per head for 9- 10 persons
    P 600 per head for 8 persons
    P 700 per head for 7 persons
    P760 per head for 6 persons
    P 600 per head for 5 persons
    P 650 per head for 4 persons
    P 760 per head for 3 persons
    P 1010 per head for 2 person
    *****************ALL IN-- FOOD NALANG ANG KULANG*******
    for inclusions
    hanapin nyo po: nanay josie
    mobile number: 09193910016/09228788756

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  94. Anonymous11.3.12

    its more fun in the Philippines....

    experience the beauty of anawangin and amazing view of capones and camara island..

    for inquiries of tours and packages going to:
    -anawangin cove
    -capones island
    -camara island
    -nagsasa cove
    -silanguin cove
    please text us 09193910016/09228788756
    joan

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  95. Anonymous11.3.12

    hi were planning to go anawangin cove by holy week. we are more or less 15 person may boat po ba na for us and how much.


    thanks,
    kim

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  96. Anonymous27.3.12

    -leah hir-

    hi ask kulang po if nandun napo ba kami sa anawangin place.. may babayaran poba kami na entrance magkano po? tska ung sa pinaka beach may bukod na bayad poba don?

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  97. Anonymous7.4.12

    so excited!

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  98. Anonymous25.4.12

    “Anawangin -AMAZING PUNDAKIT BOAT TOURS”

    here is our package rate: FOR ANAWANGIN COVE

    P 600 per head for 9- 10 persons
    P 650 per head for 8 persons
    P 700 per head for 7 persons
    P760 per head for 6 persons
    P 600 per head for 5 persons
    P 650 per head for 4 persons
    P 760 per head for 3 persons
    P 1010 per head for 2 person

    *****************ALL IN– FOOD NALANG ANG KULANG*******
    Inclusive of the foloowing:
    -round trip tour to anawangin
    -island hopping to capones island
    -hatid sundo san antonio town to pundakit
    -entrance fee in anawangin
    -tent
    -ihawan, cooking utensils and cooler will be provide for free..
    -shower before and after is free
    -free parking for 1 vehicle, succeding with charge.

    for other concern text me or call at 09198437370 -anthony

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  99. Hi there,

    We offer boat tour packages to the ff destination:

    1) Anawangin
    2) Talisayen
    3) Nagsasa
    4) Silangen
    5) Capones and Camara island

    We also have trusty trekking guides.

    for further inquires, feel free to get in touch with us.

    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692
    Blogsite: http://dindonieva.multiply.com

    Dindo

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  100. Anonymous30.4.12

    Special Anawangin Package:


    Cost of Package:
    1,799 pesos (Negotiable)

    Iteniraries:

    First day
    Manila Departure Time: 2 am
    Pundaquit Arrival Time : 6 am
    Pundaquit going to Anangawin: 6 am to 7 am
    Overnight Stay

    Second Day
    Island Hopping
    Anawangin to Nagsasa Cove: 8 am
    Nagsasa to Capones Island: 11 am
    Pundaquit Departure Time: 5pm
    Manila Arrival Time: 9:00 pm



    Inclusions:
    Manila to Anawangin transport (airconditioned)
    Anawangin to Manila transport (airconditioned)
    Boat transport to 3 Islands ( Anawangin, Nagsasa, Capones Island)
    Entrance Fees
    Overnight Stay Fees (Waived)
    Cottage
    Assistant/ Guide
    Charcoal (Uling for cooking)
    Grill, Caserole, Laddle,
    Cottage / Free Use of Camp Tables/ Chairs
    Flash light / Emergency Light
    Lighter/ Match
    4 Distilled Water ( 6 Liters each)

    Cost of Package:
    1,799 pesos (Negotiable)


    For Inquiries and Travel Arrangement you may contact us at anawangincove@rocketmail.com or +639194082629 / +639328474466

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  101. My friends and I went to Anawangin last May of 2011 and it was really a superb experience.

    We took a bus in Caloocan (Victory Liner) and left at around 11:30pm and arrived in San Antonio at 3am.We've waited for the local market to open before going to Pundaquit to meet the boat owner (Ate Liezel).

    I would say she's definitely accomodating.We got a good price for the boat travel (3days,2night; island hopping to Camara and Capones islands on the 2nd day).The kitchen utensils they provided were free of charge and they also offer tent rentals.We even had time to use their bathrooms before we finally left Pundaquit.

    We took a bus to Olongapo and dropped off at the city then took Victory bus back to Manila.It was everyones's first-time experience and we did enjoy the adventure.

    Our total expenses is a little less than 1700/pax which includes transpo,camp fees and food.

    Make sure to bring things that you need to camp (machete,knives,kerosene,lighter,GUITAR :D,etc.).

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  102. leslie yllana10.11.12

    we had a wonderful time in anawangin and i must admit anawangin is far more beautiful than boracay kasi hindi pa siya gaanong commercialized. maganda ung feeling na parang malayo ka sa sibilisasyon.anyways,we hiked mt. pundaquit and had a 6 long hours of trekking.whew! buti na lang at mababait at pasensosyo ang mga guide namin. sila na din mismo nagdala ng mga bags namin. pagbaba ng anawangin,it was an awesome experience! sobrang linaw ng tubig at hinding hindi ka magsasawang bumalik. next time,we will definitely be back kasama naman ang family namin.

    i would just like to thank yung mga taong tumulong sa amin sa aming stay sa anawangin. from our guide to our boatman and sa caretaker sa anawangin. thank you po kuya jay-r agasa sa pag-asikaso at pag-assist samin! nag-enjoy kami ng sobra! ito contact number ni kuya jay-r:09173809104.. para my contact na kayo pagdating niyo sa pundakit.

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  103. byaheng anawangin10.11.12

    2 DAYS 1 NIGHT STAY IN ANAWANGIN WITH ISLAND HOP TO CAPONES ISLAND

    1,800 per head van transpo,4 meals and boat package
    1,400 per head van transpo and boat package
    600 per head boat package

    INCLUSIONS:
    VAN TRANSPO- Airconditioned RT Manila- Pundakit-Manila
    Parking fee
    Toll and gas fee
    driver's food
    BOAT RIDE- bigboat with lifevests
    overnight stay in anawangin
    island hop to capones island
    4 meals (L-D-B-L)
    guide trek in anawangin hilltop
    entrance fees
    tents
    5 packs uling
    cooler with ice
    5gallons mineral water
    woods for bonfire
    utensils,cookwares
    shower

    For inquiries,you may contact us at 09163262612.. No downpayments required and no hidden charges!
    Note: The van and food package is only applicable for group of 10persons above..

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  104. sikat na ang place, dami na nakikihalo. wala bang manloloko diyan at bakit iba iba ang price.

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  105. Anonymous6.12.12

    Are you looking for cheapest and affordable, complete packages going to Zambales (Anawangin, Camara, Capones or Nagsasa)? try our services, package include boat rentals, entrance fee, round trip transpo from manila-pundakit / san antonio proper- pundakit, tour guide, etc... for inquiries, information and travel arrangement please contact romel "bornok" pelagio at 09077941862.. thanks and god bless..

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  106. Hi there,
    Tara na at mag enjoy ngayong summer sa:
    1. Agnaem
    2. Anawangin
    3. Talisayen
    4. Nagsasa
    5. Silanguin
    6. Capones and Camara island

    Book your Boat and Tent now.
    Packages are also available. Inquire now!

    Contact person: Liezel Nieva or Dindo Nieva
    Contact numbers:
    Globe: 09172022692
    Smart: 09995959623
    Blogsite: http:\\dindonieva.multiply.com

    Dindo

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  107. Hi there,
    Tara na at mag enjoy ngayong summer sa:
    1. Agnaem
    2. Anawangin
    3. Talisayen
    4. Nagsasa
    5. Silanguin
    6. Capones and Camara island

    Book your Boat and Tent now.
    Packages are also available. Inquire now!

    Contact person: Liezel Nieva or Dindo Nieva
    Contact numbers:
    Globe: 09172022692
    Smart: 09995959623
    Blogsite: http:\\dindonieva.multiply.com

    Dindo

    ReplyDelete

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