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“"A place for creating memories with loved ones"” 5 of 5 stars
Review of Nagsasa Cove

Nagsasa Cove
Pundaquit, Zambales, San Antonio, Luzon, Philippines
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“"A place for creating memories with loved ones"”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 5, 2015 NEW

My first time to visit this place, I was awed with the magnificent scenery. I was reminded how Great my God is with His creation. The perfect place for bonding with loved ones. No destruction from latest technology.

I lost my wallet on the boat ride going back to Manila. It's a blessing that we rode to Jem Rhyzen boat, owned by kind6hearts Ate Lilia and Pedring Tabuga. I got my wallet back. There are still good people around.

You may contact them at these nos. And they will get you to the beautiful resorts of Nagsasa Cove 0929-561-62-90
0907-477-28-01
0977-120-24-49

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“Nice for camping trip”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed May 3, 2015 NEW

There were only three of us in this trip so the hire for a bangka was expensive at 1,200. Since there are no amenities in this place, you have to bring with you anything you need. There are a few items that you can buy in a sari-sari store in the cove managed by one of the Aeta locals there, but i tell you it would cost you 2 to 3 times the price if you buy it from the mainland. During our stay there, we were able to buy freshly caught fish from one of the locals at a very reasonable price. You may also have a few of your essential electronics charged in the same store in the island at a cost. It' s a nice place to camp with your love ones, family and/or friends. The landscape was also nice. You may trek this elevated rock to get the best view. However, i was a bit underwhelmed about the beach itself. For one, the sand in the beach is a bit coarse and it's not white. Also, there was perhaps an oil spill on the beach itself so if you are not cautious where to swim, you'd get oiled which came from who-knows-where. But the experience was nice.

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“A place to remember”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 29, 2015

Nagsasa Cove is a must to visit, to experience and remebered. Its a good way to escape and relax from the stress of the city. There's no signal, no electricity. You're just there to enjoy the scenery.

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“worth the waves!”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 29, 2015

Nagsasa cove is one our best kept secret paradise. Its pristine waters and very beautiful ocean view are worth the boat ride amidst the waves. I wanna set a yearlyl trip here. #nicebeach

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“Great hideaway... 😊”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 27, 2015

Another great spot just 6 hours away from busy Manila. A place where you can chill, do some barbeque, eat some smores by the bonfire, drink some beer and soak in its tranquility. What I love about this place is its beach, wide span to play on.. (Ideal for kids, it doesn't go deep right away about 45 - 50 meters from the shore... Perfect to do swimming lessons!) the place cannot be reached by cellular signal so, I guess its good if you really want to get away. went there on a weekday so the place is not that crowded, unlike other beaches so, you can fully relax yourself. There are also nearby spots you can visit like the Capones lighthouse, Camara island and sister cove Anawangin. I recommend this place not only for barkadas but for families too, company outings may work too.. Probably you can rent in a nearby resort there called "Pamimi" which is located at the far left end of the cove. Tent and boat rentals can be arranged, and I highly advise you guys to bring ENOUGH food and water for your group since they are sold there at twice their original price, and also ready your flashlights, powerbanks and extra batteries, no electricity at night although there are some cottages that provide electricity but then again for a higher price. ^~^ A lot of travel agencies are offering packages for this, at a very reasonable price. Just be patient in searching. All in all i had a great time here, relaxation achieved and definitely a sweet escape.

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