A trip to Anawangin Cove, Zambales last April 21-22, 2012. It was an accidental trip, a friend invited me to join a group of IT people that will be giving a seminar regarding Search Engine Optimization. A meeting place in Manila for the whole group that will be riding a bus. Manila to Zambales is around 2-3 hours ride. Our bus directly transported us to San Antonio, Zambales for us to buy our food supplies and water and then we headed straight Barangay Pundaquit where two big boats are ready to take us to the Anawangin Cove.
It was a sure pleasure for my eyes and camera to see Anawangin Cove for the first time. To think I didn’t even know the people I am with. But of course along the way, I was able to meet and make new friends.
No words can describe my pure pleasure during that time. So without further ado, here are the photos from a pinoy adventurer. This is just the beginning of the great view of the Anawangin Cove. Hope you enjoy!
An early morning walk along the island of Anawangin Cove.
A view from the top of the hill. The beauty of the Anawangin Cove. The See, the sands, the mountains, the trees and clear water. What a relaxing place to be.
The other side of the island of Anawangin Cove, a lone place but enjoyable site. A clear water a quiet place to spend that no one can bother.
As the sun rises, the crystal clear water shines and the trees give shades to the people. What a great morning at the top of the hill to see the full beauty of the Anawangin Cove.
Yes, even the dog can’t resist the beauty below. The view of the clear water and the white sand of Anawangin Cove of Zambales.
It was a great day a nice hike to the hill of Anawangin Cove to see the beauty of the nature. A hard hike up the hill took us 30 mins at least but we enjoyed it very much. Clean clear air to breath finally, away from the polluted city.
Things to bring if you want to visit Anawangin Cove:
- Tent – as there is no hotel in this area.
- Sleeping bag – so you can comfortable sleeping inside your tent.
- Foods – bring your own food or ask the locals to cook for you.
- Cooking Stuff – if you are cooking your own food, better prepare and bring those cooking stuff with you.
- Water / Drinks – there is no drinking water in the area but you can buy softdrinks and mineral water in the small store inside the Anawangin Cove.
- Flash Lights – there is no electricity in the area so bringing a flash light would be great specially when dark falls.
- Camera – for me, never leave without my camera.
Your Pinoy Adventurer!