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Anawangin Cove

Pundaquit, Pundaquit, Luzon, Philippines
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Ranked #1 of 3 Attractions in Pundaquit
Type: Beaches
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Manila, Philippines
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2 helpful votes 2 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 9, 2014

Whenever I feel so down, sakit ko na ang magpack para pumunta sa isang remote area na walang nakakakilala sakin. Im into solo traveling as well. Salamat Anawangin! Naging tahanan kita nung Aug 23-26. May bundok kna around you, may dagat, may batis, may pine trees pa. Ilang camp mates ang dumaan sa paligid ko... Which made me realized people... More

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Quezon City, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 25, 2014

I've been touring a lot of guests recently espc this summer and I'm always excited to do so every time I come here. Anawangin Cove - is indeed "The Gem Of Zambales"

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Burlington, Michigan
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 1, 2014

Instead of taking a boat to the cove, we hiked there. The trail was mostly open so protection from the sun is a must. Being in some sort of physical shape is recommended because the assent is steep, the sun hot and the trail a bit of a hike. Have two liters of water per person on a hot day.... More

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Manila, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed July 19, 2014

It's better the second time around! I went to this place last April 2014 with my family and i really loved it. The trip was unplanned and wasn't able to prepare for food, etc. nevertheless, the experience of camping by the beach, under the pine trees is surreal indeed! It was my second time in this place, the first one... More

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Manila, Philippines
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed June 26, 2014

Anawangin has been destroyed. For those like me who have been captivated by this cove that we kept coming back for years, you’d be severely disappointed. Look at the pictures taken in April 2014. The entire shoreline is now fenced, the whole length of the cove was partitioned by one claimant after another, each charging for picnic fees, tent fees,... More

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Quezon City, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 18, 2014

After Capones Island we went to Anawangin Cove, there's an entrance fee of 50 pesos. When the time we've been there a lot of people stayed in the campsite. It's a most popular destination for the campers because the background surrounded by pine tree and green nature. We really enjoy the calm water and with a pristine white sand beach.

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Taguig City, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 11, 2014

We avail promo from DLC Travel and Tour package Special Promo Anawangin Package San Antonio, Zambales P1,599 per person 2 days 1 night NO MINIMUM DURING SAT/SUN AND HOLIDAY TRIP. Inclusions: Manila-Zambales-Manila via Hi-Ace Van Aircon Transport Island Hopping to( Anawangin, Camara, Capones Island) Entrance Fee/Overnight Stay Fee Bangkeros/Lifevest Trekking to Hilltop Snorkeling /Trekking to Lighthouse Snorkeling Gear Assistant Set... More

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed June 2, 2014

We rent a Boat at a discount. The boat took us to nearby islands first before we stayed at Anawangin. We only contributed P200-P260 each for the boat (15 people). Anawangin cove is nice however, for a first timer like me.. I thought that it has a sand that's white and so on.. The nearby islands though are a beauty.... More

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Bocaue, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 28, 2014

We avail an all in package of tour in Anawangin cove with side trip to camara and capones island. the two island have not so fine white sand and the waves are huge, we enjoy the water there. at first we thought that anawangin has white sand, but it doesn't. it has fine glistening gray sand, there is a P50.00... More

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San Fernando, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 19, 2014

I just got from Palaui island and this trip is more of trying to experience the fun of camping- the survival mode. And Anawangin did not fail me and we survived. A cove with lined up pine trees is not typical for a beach. And the camp area is a site to behold with a lake in the middle that... More

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