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Very Practical and yet relaxing setting on the beach. Bare island to speak that you have to glide down on sugary fined sands, a true wanderer to bring light and strong enough to forget about gadgets. Aside from submerging into pristine water, and being kissed...More
Anawangin Cove is a place to be if you’re rooting for a quick beach trip and much needed break from daily hustle and bustling city.
HOW TO GET TO ANAWANGIN COVE FROM DAU
1. Board a Victory Liner bus to Olongapo (P155.00)
2. At Olongapo...More
This place is heaven! The only problem is that, there's no cellphone signal. But if you really want to disconnect from everything, this is a really good place. The camp site is clean, toilets and showers. The beach is clean and the hike to see...More
Went here on April 2019, 70 Php entrance fee, 300 php boat ride, 800 php cottage rental just to see a beach and nothing else. The comfort room was downright offensive. The food was mediocre and expensive (150php for a hotsilog, 25php for a small...More
We had a teambuilding with my workmates here. The place is a certified instagramable. Only the washroom/shower room is a struggle.. for a 1500/pax we had a tent..cookware..water..food..boat ride transfer..and island hopping to capones island. The tour was indeed budget friendly. Just brink bring insect...More
A boatride away from Pundaquit , Zambales is a cove known as Anawangin. As soon as you reach the island you feel the intense summer heat as lahar blends with the sand. A good footwear is recommended. We stayed for one night at a resort...More
Ayos naman itong Clique Travel Services.In our Anawangin Trip last Saturday and Sunday March 11-12, 2019. Walang hidden charges, mababait yung staffs hanggang sa Island kumportable kang makakapag swimming kahit walang bantay tent niyo or iwan yung gamit ng walang pangamba.Masaya at sulit young bayad....More
This is my 1st cove experience and it was very very enjoyable and awesome together with my colleagues. We had a lot of happy memories. We enjoyed activities such us island hopping in two islands Capones and Camara Island. These two islands are so very...More
Hello Argie! Good day to you there in CA! This Anawangin is an isolated island faraway from the mainland. There is no hotel to stay but there are tents to stay with. We only had hiking on top of the mountain but I didn't... More
Hello Argie! Good day to you there in CA! This Anawangin is an isolated island faraway from the mainland. There is no hotel to stay but there are tents to stay with. We only had hiking on top of the mountain but I didn't check if there are banana boat or something. I suggest you coordinate with the travel agency who offers this anawangin cove package. This place is a deadspot for mobile services and expect no electricity in the area. Water is not a problem and they have plenty of restrooms out there. Hope this helps. Thank you. 😊