Anawangin & Capones Getaway

Anawangin is a secluded weekend getaway located in San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines. With its lush pine tree forest, a scenic river, majestic mountain range and mystic beach, it is fast becoming a popular destination choice for Manila dwellers and people who is in continuous search of  weekend haven in Luzon (avoiding the hassle of booking trips in Visayas and Mindanao area). The place gets crowded during summer, holidays and weekends though. Last weekend, Anawangin is flocked with around 200+ campers.

Anawangin Cove

The jump off point to go to Anawangin is Pundaquit Beach in San Antonio which is accessible through private car from anywhere in Luzon and public bus. Parking fee for private vehicle is P200 (overnight).

From the jump off point, you have a choice to rent a boat for a 20-minute ride to Anawangin Cove or nearby islands, Camara and Capones or you can also trek 4-5 hours going through dry river beds and amazing view from the top of the mountain.

zambales map

My sister-in-law invited us to join them last weekend. She is organizing an outing for her high school friends. My hubby, brother and I were excited to join the fun. While it isn’t as popular as Boracay Beach, this is definitely worth a visit.

Upon researching from the uber-reliable internet, I learned a lot of groups will be coming over the weekend. Three of us will be going ahead of  our group and will commute via Victory Liner in Pasay. The last trip on Friday is 11:30 PM. By 10 in the Evening all tickets were sold out. We were left with no choice but to take the the 11:45 PM  trip to Olongapo Station and transfer to another bus going to Iba, Zambales.

Pundaquit Beach
Boat Ride to Anawangin

Fare going to Olongapo is P210 via Victory Liner Aircon Bus. It’s a 3 hours ride from Pasay City. From Olongapo we transferred to a non-aircon bus that will take us to San Antonio, Zambales. Fare is P40 and took us less than an hour to reach our destination. From there are 24 hours tricycle services  you can avail to take you to Pundaquit beach.

In our case, our contact  boatman, Mang Florante, asked his friend who drives a tryk to fetch and drop us to his place. We paid P100 for the ride. It was raining hard half-way our trip. Its actually raining the last 5 days and we were hoping that come this weekend, Summer will be back.

Mang Florante’s place is along Pundaquit Beach. We reached his place at 4 am and stayed there until the sun rises. On Saturday morning, before 6 am, we were the first one who brave the sea.

The rain just stopped but the waves is still mad. Our first plan is to wait for the rest of the group in Pundaquit. But since, a lot of people will be going to Anawangin, including the group who just park their bus, we decided we’ll carry on to the cove and find a good nook for us.

My jaw almost dropped when I learned that we will be using a small boat to take us for a 20 minutes rollercoaster ride. Arggh. I wasn’t expecting a 3 pax-passenger-capacity boat, not on a bad weather. Oh No! Such a small boat on an open sea. Are you sure?

But our boatman assured us that this boat is safe. The waves are close to everyday wave… duh. He provided us with life vests. Big boats cannot land near Anawangin’s vicinity.

So, off we go with the small boat. It was a mix of terrifying, exciting & fun moment. Sea water splashing everywhere, waves here and there. We made sure to water proof our valuables by packing it with plastic bags. Beyond the deep blue sea, we enjoyed the ride and hope to land Anawangin cove safe and sound.

Anawangin river
Day Break at Anawangin

Finally, after 20 minutes we landed. Wheeww! *dancing*

Anawangin is one paradise that is proudly Philippine made. The beach sands are from Mt. Pinatubo lahar during its eruption in 1991. The said volcano eruption brought about the growth of pine trees along the beach. There is also a stunning view of the river.

We spotted few campers enjoying the area at early morning.

We are set to camp on the left side of the cove where the restroom, wash area, water pump is easily accessible.

After picking our comfort spot, we pitched our tent, unpacked our food, set up the hammock and savor the tranquility of this haven.

Anawangin getaway is a back to basic experience. The toilet is public and shared. You have to bring your own tent. There’s no room to rent or any available tents for sale/rent. There is no electricity. No cellphone/mobile signal. Drinking water is for sale and do not come cheap. Negotiate with your boatman on which time he will be picking up your group, as there is no way you will be able to communicate after he leaves the cove.

I don’t feel like swimming as the waves got crazier. I have read a few stories about the mystic beach where the undercurrents are unpredictable. A number of guests have died previously because of drowning. I think everyone should be vigilant when swimming and just enjoy the waters near the shoreline to avoid such unfortunate accidents. I have to warn my brother about this and I’m glad he took  the stories seriously.

I got hold of the camera and snapped photos while there are still only few awake people. Ferdie took a nap on the hammock. My brother was exploring the area too. When I got tired, I went back to the tent and felt the light drizzle outside.

I had a long nap. I woke up when the rest of the group finally arrived. There were eight of them including my sister in law. After introductions, we helped pitched their tents while others prepared a sumptuous lunch. The feast includes pork adobo and crabs.  Yum!

After lunch, we joined the group games. ’twas a riot. Two sets of games were played and everyone enjoyed it.

T Group

P Group

We had a few moments rest after the game. Some changed into their swimming attire. Ferdie and I explored the path behind our location, going through the forest of pines.

There is a dry riverbed and creepy looking trees.  But the view is amazing. We took few shots before going back to the rest of the group.

We asked them if they like to join us to hike the hill on the other end of the cove. It looked intimidating but our guess is that its a good 15 minutes trek. Everyone agreed. My brother got tired of swimming and just slept.

Off we go to the right side of Anawangin Cove. We had few stopovers when we found a couple of interesting spots to take photos. Before we knew it we were on our way up the hill.

It’s an easy trek up. But beware during rainy season or you might slip your way down. You will also pass through where the river meets the sea. The current can be strong, and it can take you down. Place your camera in safety.

Anawangin Sunset
Pine Trees Anawangin

At the top you will be greeted with a stunning view of Anawangin, and its surrounding coves and the aerial view of blue waters. It’s like a different world up there.

Time to get camera-happy and click away. This is the best place to watch the sunset, unfortunately, it drizzled again so we opted to go down instead.

The first photo up is an aerial view of the white sand stretch of Anawangin. To its right is the scenic river.

Down the beach, we decided to dip and ride the waves while its drizzling. The current is so strong that  few dead and broken corals were swept at the shore.

We then headed to wash up before dinner serving. We had pork barbeque and Ensaladang Mangga for dinner and the remains of Adobo and crabs from lunch. A mouthwatering dinner indeed.

After dinner, some went swimming. An hour later, it rained hard. Three of us were sharing a tent and were ready to sleep. The rest of the group continued their party on the covered area we set up earlier.

A few minutes of strong wind and rain, our tent was soaking wet inside. We gathered our things in a plastic bag and wait for the rain to stop. After awhile, the weather subdued and we were able to clean up the tent. We had to turn it upside-down to remove the excess water.

Inside, it was still a bit wet. But we were able to find comfort and sleep anyways.

I woke up at 6 AM. Both Ferdie and my brother were cold, I was lucky to have my sarong wrapped around me, a battle off the cold ground. Ferdie prepared a coffee. I urge him to stroll with me once more inside the pine tree forest to photoshoot. My brother came with us. I overheard from other groups, that they were soaking wet that night too. So we were not alone.

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By the time were back, the rest of the group were preparing food already. Some were taking down their tents.We had salted eggs, tomatoes, eggplants, dried fish, grilled fish and barbeques for breakfast. It was a feast once again.

We settled our bill with the island caretaker and paid P100 each per person. A fee when you stay in the island overnight, the money is used to maintain the cleanliness of place.

Break Camp. By 10 AM we were ready to leave the place.

We were supposed to be carried out in 3 boats to Capones Island. But the 3rd boat did not show up on time. So we fit ourselves to two small boats, with all our luggages. Good news is that the wave isn’t as wild as yesterday, bad news is that some of us will sail without a life vest on. Oh no!

small boat to capones island

Off to Capones Island. It was about 20 minutes  boat ride. We dock to the nearest jump off point to Capones lighthouse. From there, it is still a 15 minutes trek up.

We spotted few people going down. Some even gave encouragement that we are only a few minutes away.

When we reached the lighthouse, everyone gathered near the water well. Thirsty, tired and sweltering with the scorching summer.

capones lighthouse

From the top, you get an amazing 360 degrees view of China sea’s crystal clear waters. There are a lot of spots for photo ops including the spanish style building.

The cliff reminds me of the view in Batanes, the rolling hills, amidst the blue waters. Its absolutely breathtaking and romantic during sunset.

Capones cliff view

After our photoshoot session, we went down to our boats and sail away back to Pundaquit beach.

There were paid restrooms and wash area. We cleaned up, change clothes and get ready to leave. We also settled our payment for the boat, that costs us P300 per pax.

There were 2 cars to fit the group, we convoyed our way to Angeles City to have our late lunch. The mouthwatering feast includes crispy sisig, tokwa’t baboy and kaldereta.

We also visited Holy Rosary Parish Church to pay respect and thanksgiving for a safe weekend.

We were trapped in traffic jam in NLEX and reached home at passed 9 in the evening.

Reminders:

Bargain. Ask. There are many resorts and boatmen in Pundaquit where you can arrange a day or overnight trips to Anawangin Cove, Capones and Camara Island. Find the best value off your money.

Bring only the necessities, ie. I wouldn’t wear shoes, if I were you.

Respect nature. Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints.

And lastly, have a clean, good fun. Remember that the other campers may be longing for solitude.

Special Thanks:

My sister in law for letting us join the trip. Her batchmates for welcoming us to the group. Mike & Lilian for the ride.

More photos at:  http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=107686&id=665427066&l=6454d0494a

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36 Comments

  • Reply japanesecake September 29, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    Cute blog. Never been to Anawangin before but its definitely on my list.
    Thanks for posting this one :)

  • Reply sky October 7, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    i want to know if you can stay there in capones or anawangin and sleep using only tents so we can save money? and if not where can we stay? but i do prefer using tents like we were camping.. please reply asap.. we’ll be going there by next weekend.. thanks!

  • Reply sky October 7, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    sorry i overlooked the sleeping part.. this really helps… thanks.. it has complete detail.. thank you so much…

  • Reply gracella February 28, 2010 at 4:14 am

    3 more days and were off…so excited to be there!!!

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    Thank you,
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  • Reply nemi May 5, 2010 at 7:45 pm

    thank you very much for that very informative & exciting blog you made! i am planning to offer this to my client, it is really a big help on my part after knowing some important tips and details about this gate away treat! i hope my clients will choose this itinerary so i may have the chance to experience this great adventure! we are planing to have our tour this coming june 2-4, im sure they will really love this! again thanks & God bless us all!!!

  • Reply kaye May 10, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    thank you for the post, very detailed…after reading…i’ve got a vivid idea of how to get there..wat to expect…and how much to spend. i could definitely use it as a guide :)

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  • Reply andre January 12, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    anawangin is beautiful, its a place you can go to as many times as you want and discover something new. its a quiet place were you can bond with nature. anawangin has tons of different areas from a forest to the beach. hiking to or in the area is also fun but it may take some time. the area has a river, mountains, waterfalls, beach, and another beach separated by the mountain, this beach has tons of shells and stuff to hike there takes about 20 min but you can just ride a boat to there if you want.

    if you want a safe, enjoyable, fast and quiet boat trip or if you want to hike in anawangin (like to the waterfall Megan’s beach and stuff),
    or from pundaquit to anawangin which takes a devastating 3 hours (depends on how you hike), and the best part is if you don’t feel like hiking back from anawangin to pundaquit you can just ask for a boat there contact:
    : 09208289226 look for Arnold Brigaste
    : 09392786484 look for Lizel Presente,

    the price is 300peso pp for the trip and back (ask for prices to hike). they also rent tents and snorkels which is awesome if you forget them. and if you forget something just ask them they might be able to have it like a torch or even a cooler with ice. there’s even a useful a store there were you can buy stuff like drinks.
    I Highly Recommend Them!!!

  • Reply leslie February 6, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    hi there!i just wanna share my highly recommended boatman in anawangin.he is kuya jay-r and he offers very affordable boat rate.you can also borrow utensils from them and they even guide you all the way to lighthouse in capones island.he will arrange all your needs even before you arrive in pundakit.grabe,super bait and maasikaso niya.here’s his number:09173809104.you can text him for reservation para maprepare niya yung boat.super enjoy ang trip niyo and no need to worry kasi bigboat ang gamit nila!enjoy!

  • Reply cypressmay February 24, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    Hi,

    Im just curious of how much am i going to spend for the anawangin trip.can you help me?is 1,500 enough?

    Thanks.

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter March 22, 2011 at 12:07 am

      Hi Cypress,

      It will actually depend on how many person you’ll share the budget with. I guess 1,500 will suffice if you’ll share with 3 or more friends.

  • Reply dindo March 12, 2011 at 12:45 am

    Hello po, If you are in need of some information about BOAT TRIP fees to ANNAWANGIN, NAGSASA, SILANGUIN, CAMARA and CAPONES island, just call nor txt LIEZEL @ 09172022692. Now, all boat charges have been standardize…GOD BLESS po…..

  • Reply rich March 15, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    for a very affordable boat rate contact kuya jay-r at 09173809104.he has a bigboat with lifevest and he makes sure that everything is well prepared before riding on a boat..you can even lend some utensils from them.they guided us all the way to the lighthouse without extra charge..a very wonderful experience!go and make reservations!enjoy!

  • Reply sonny May 1, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    hello there if you are planning a summer get away without being spent too much…we are offering special promo….if you are 15 persons and up we can give you 10% discount per head from the standard prices given….for more info you can contact us to this no. 09174582888, or you can visit us on our website..anawangin.tripod.com or our facebook account sonnycorpus@yahoo.com

    Regards,
    Sonny

  • Reply dindo May 17, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Standard Boat rate in PUNDAQUIT.
    Feel FREE to call or txt us if there is anything that you need to know.

    Contact Person: DINDO NIEVA/LIEZEL NIEVA
    Contact number: (+63) 09172022692
    Website: http://dindonieva.multiply.com

    NON PACKAGE RATE
    SMALL BOAT….(max of 4 pax)balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P700
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P1,000
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P1,000
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P1,500
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P1,800
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P2,500
    NOTE: Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P1,500
    BIG BOAT (5 to 10 pax) balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P1500
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P2000
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P2000
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P3000
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P4000
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P6000
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA or CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P2500
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P3000

    BIG BOAT 11 pax and ABOVE
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P150/head
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P200/head
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P200/head
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P300/head
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P400/head
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P600/head
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P300/head
    NOTE: All passenger will be issued with a lifjacket.
    Tent 3 person = P250
    4 person = P300
    6 person = P500

    dindo

  • Reply JOAN May 22, 2011 at 11:05 am

    ARE YOU STILL DECIDING ON WHERE TO SPEND THIS SUMMER….

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    WE ARE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU ON YOUR SUMMER VACATION…

    WE HAVE ROOMS FOR RENT, GOOD FOR 5 AND ABOVE FULLY AIR CONDITIONED, WITH TELEVISION AND WITH REFRIGERATOR BUILD WITH COMFORT ROOMS INSIDE ROOM.. WITH 100% ASSURANCE OF 0% BROWN OUT ( GENERATOR IS AVAILABLE)

    TENTS FOR RENT GOOR FOR 3-7 PAX

    BOAT FOR RENT MAXIMUM OF 3-27 PERSONS, OPERATED BY SKILLED PERSON , EQUIPPED WITH LIFE JACKETS…TRIP TO ANNAWANGEN, NAGSASA, TALISAYEN, SILANGEN, CAPONES AND CAMARA ISLAND

    FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT MRS. JOSIE GONZALES CP. NO 09193123992…09193910016
    HERE IS OUR UPDATED BOAT RATE FARE AS SET BY ADMINISTRATOR OF THE BARANGAY
    SMALL BOAT….(max of 4 pax)balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P700
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P1,000
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P1,000
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P1,500
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P1,800
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P2,500
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P1,500
    BIG BOAT (5-10 PAX) Balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA = P1500
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P2000
    Pundakit to ANAWANGIN = P2000
    Pundakit to TALISAYEN = P3000
    Pundakit to NAGSASA = P4000
    Pundaquit to SILANGEN = P6000
    Island hopping to Camara or Capones and Anawangin = P2500
    Island hopping to Camara, Capones and Anawangin = P3000
    BIG BOAT (11 pax and above) Balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P150/head
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P200/head
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P200/head
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P300/head
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P400/head
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P600/head
    Island Hopping (CAMARA or CAPONES and ANAWANGIN) = P250/head
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P300/head
    NOTE: All passenger will be issued with a lifejacket.
    Tent
    3 person = P250
    4 person = P300
    6 person = P500
    THANK YOU SO MUCH AND WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD IN SERVING YOU
    GODBLESS.
    (
    JOAN (09193910016)

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    Pundaquit San Antonio, Zambales has so many beaches and resorts. Tourists from different side of the country were visiting our place even before. But now, since other coves and islands were developed and promoted. Pundaquit may now say as one of the hottest tourist destinations and truly a pride of the Philippines.
    These are the following coves and islands discovered in Pundaquit San Antonio, Zambales:
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    NAGSASA COVE
    TALISAYEN COVE
    SILANGUIN COVE
    CAPONES ISLAND
    CAMARA ISLAND

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  • Reply Experience Pinas June 25, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    galing.. nice post.. I got the same here in my
    http://www.experience-pinas.com/2011/06/anawangin-cove.html
    Mabuhay!!

  • Reply jenny August 22, 2011 at 10:33 am

    hi there!ive seen this blog on internet and it was very cute!kagagaling lang din namin sa anawangin and very enjoy kami dun!we avail the service of kuya jay-r and it was fun!bigboat ang ginamit namin and with bubong and lifevest pa.very affordable rate din ang binigay samin.super saya talaga!hassle free na ang vacation namin.contact niyo na din si kuya jay-r at 09173809104.iprepare na lahat ni kuya lahat ng mga kelangan niyo!enjoy kayo!

  • Reply alex September 5, 2011 at 10:02 am

    kuya jay-r is still the best na bangkero!very accommodating.for assistance po contact niyo siya at 09173809104.enjoy! :-D

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    May maganda po na beach/camp area sa Tambobong, Pangasinan. Hindi pa siya commercialized kaya sobra ganda ng beach at mababait ang mga tao. There is a new resort there, just starting. Its called PANTALAN BEACH RESORT in Tambobong. Bawal ang maingay na karaoke, cemented parking for 10 cars(50/night), kubo rental at only 1.5k per night and maintenance fees at only 50/head for use of cr and bath kung gusto niyo mag tent lang sa beach!!! Pero very very basic facilities lang. They even offer set meals for groups. Or if you want them to cook merong minimal fees lang. The kubos are built right on the pantalan (port) so GREAT view of the ocean talaga. Maganda yung kubo and can fit 8 to 10 yata. Meron din built in tables made of bamboo lang. Rustic. Its owned by the Bobises so just call nanay Precy bobis or Deo Bobis at SUN#09227154685 or SUN#09236685401 or SMART#09075183062 for reservations and arrangements. I understand they can even arrange transpo to/from manila na rin now. Pls call or text for rates nalang. Thanks.

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  • Reply rodel villanueva February 28, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    i am inviting evryone to see the wonderful place of pundakit,in san antonio zambales.it just a three hour drive from manila.you will be astonish how amazing the place is you will see the magnificient beach of annawangin where the pinetrees make a beatiful backdrop.you will marvel how lucid the scenery at affordable prize,tawag na s 09394139000 tara n po”. :-))

  • Reply Anawangin Cove Bangkeros March 1, 2012 at 10:54 pm

    Van Package from Manila-Anawangin-Manila with FREE SNORKLING FOR
    for only
    P1300/head minimum of 12pax only..
    P1400/head minimum of 10
    P1600/head minimum of 8

    Inclusions:
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    boat ride to anawangin and island hopping,
    ENTRACE to anawangin,
    TENT,1set of bonfire,
    cooler with ice,
    mineral water 5gal,
    2packs of uling,
    1pack of woods for bonfire,
    kitchen utensils,
    snorkeling at Camara or Capones Island.

    Additional 400 per head for food(4meals BUFFET STYLE)
    for more info contact us at:
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  • Reply Anawangin Cove Bangkeros March 5, 2012 at 12:41 am

    Gud day anawangin fanatics!!! at last SUMMER na! You can now enjoy our sulit package for only 550php. tent,bonfire,uling,cooler with ice,5gal of mineral water or more,depende po sa capacity nyo,kitchen utensils,entrance and environmental fees,island hopping,SNORKELING,trekking…Wow, super sulit tlga db? wala ka ng iisipin pang iba.. lahat ng kylangan nyo bzta kaya namin! Dahil kayo po ang BOSS namin… Additional 400 per head for food(4meals BUFFET STYLE)
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  • Reply Regz May 28, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    We’ll be going to Anawangin this weekend and I am very exci :-)) ted (laugh)!!! Thank you for this blog, this is very informative! :D

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter June 10, 2012 at 12:34 am

      Hi Regz, I hope you had fun with your Anawangin weekend adventure! I wanted to escape there again and just relax before the summer ends.

  • Reply marj September 26, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    had so much fun in anawangin! we will definitely be back sometime and now for a #nights camping! had avail the service of jay-r agasa and its good! two thumbs up for the good service and kind bangkeros! his contact number:09173809104.

  • Reply Janine rosal October 15, 2012 at 9:00 pm

    How much pamasahe via bus? From cubao and what sasakyan? Thanks.

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter October 17, 2012 at 9:29 pm

      Hi Janine,

      Victory liner from Pasay yung way namin before and dapat papuntang Iba Zambales. Sorry, nalimutan ko na how much ang fare. Enjoy your Anawangin getaway! :)

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    PACKAGED INCLUDE:
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    *boat tour anawangin, capones camara island OR/ snorkeling
    *2 days 1 night stay in anawangin-entrance fee-
    *TENT FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    *gogles for snorkeling-cooking utensils
    *cooler na with ice pa
    *Mineral water(2container)
    *Bonfire woods 1seT
    *KITCHEN UTENSILS(kaldero, kaserola etc)

    We also offers boat package only for those commuters or with their own vehicle…

    Package B Rates
    P 500 per head for 10 pax above
    P 550 per head for 8 -9pax
    P650 per head for 6-7pax
    P550 per head for 5 pax
    Inclusions:(Pick up point: Town proper of San Antonio, Zambales)
    *Boat ride to Anawangin (round trip)
    *Island hopping (Capones / Camara Island)
    *Entrance fee / Environmental fee
    *TENT USAGE FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    *GOGLES FOR SNORKELING
    *cooking utensils (ihawan, kaldero,kutsilyo,pitsel,etc)
    *cooler WITH ICE pA..

    Additional 400 per head for food (4meals)MIN OF 8PAX
    FOR MORE INFO : Smart: 09185595597 or 09399398456TM: 09358118095 Sun: 09223753555 please TExt or call for immediate response..
    DIRECT BOAT OPERATOR PO KAME d2 SA ANAWANGIN O PUNDAQUIT KAYA MAKAKASIGURADO PO KYO NG MURA AT MAGANDANG SERBISYO……..

  • Reply jenalyn r December 25, 2012 at 12:02 pm

    thank you for making our holiday unforgetable.. thank you anawangin cove bangkeros for accommodating us.. very kind and maalaga….

    for those who want to visit anawangin cove .. contact alan aralantico
    09399398456/0922375355

  • Reply Faye January 13, 2013 at 11:58 pm

    Hello~ I’m planning to bring my VERY BIG family in anawangin. We’re planning to stay for 3 days and 2 nights. Unfortunately not all of them can stay in the island and camp so I’m looking for a house to rent, since it’s going to be cheaper rather than renting in a resort. Can anyone help me? Thanks.

  • Reply Anawangin Cove Bangkeros February 2, 2013 at 1:21 am

    Tipid Sulit Anawangin Tour Packages
    NO MINIMUM PAX REQUIRE,.
    Package A(w/ van)
    P1200/head 12pax and above..
    P1300/head 10-11pax
    P1500/head 8-9pax
    PACKAGED INCLUDE:
    *Roundtrip Van transfer all in
    *boat tour anawangin, capones/camara island and snorkeling..
    *2 days 1 night stay in anawangin
    *entrance fee at Anawangin Cove
    *cottage for your group
    *TENT FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    *ogles for snorkeling
    *cooking utensils(kaldero,kaserola, ihawn etc)
    *cooler na with ice pa!
    *Mineral water 5gallons
    *Bonfire woods 1set
    -additional 400 per head for food(4meals)
    ******We also offers boat package only for those commuters or with their own vehicle*****

    Package B Rates
    P 500 per head for 10 pax above
    P 550 per head for 8 -9pax
    P 650 per head for 6-7pax
    P 550 per head for 5 pax
    Inclusions:(Pick up point: Town proper of San Antonio, Zambales)
    boat tour anawangin, capones / camara island / snorkeling
    -2 days 1 night stay in anawangin
    -entrance fee TO ANAWANGIN
    -TENT FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    -Gogles for snorkeling
    -cottage for your group
    -cooking utensils(kaldero,kaserola,kutsitlyo etc.)
    -cooler na with ice pa!
    -Mineral water 5gallons
    -Bonfire woods 1set
    -NO HIDDEN CHARGES

    for more info contact us at:
    Smart: 09185595597 or 09399398456
    TM: 09358118095
    Sun: 09223753555
    TExt or please call for immediate
    response..

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