Anawangin cove is in the town of San Antonio in Zambales, Philippines. It is a crescent shaped cove famous for the lush pine forest surrounding its white-sand beach and crystal clear waters. It is magnificently lined with pine trees on its shore which gives it a different impression compared to the other tropical beach resorts in the country which are mostly lined with coconut trees.
The sand is white and soft with a mixture of volcanic ashes from the last eruption of Mt. Pinatubo making a perfect match for beach walk, ultimate Frisbee and other beach activities. Behind the forest is a small stream that flows out to the sea (During summer this stream dries up into a shallow pond). Two beach cliffs are bounding the beach, which you can hike up and enjoy the view.
A sure perfect location if you just want to get close to the nature or just need a quiet place to unwind and relax.
Aside from Anawangins’ camping sites, you can also enjoy the view of Capones Island. Capones Island is about 20-30 minutes boat ride from Pundaquit. It’s usually a location for surfing adventures. One of the exciting areas there is their lighthouse. From its top you can view the open see, a beautiful attraction.
Another area you can visit is Camara Island – it has clear waters and colorful corals. The island has a great view of the open ocean. This is the closest island in the shore of Pundaquit. A 15 minutes ride from Anawangin.
As such there have been many who are offering various anawangin tour package or packages. But be carefull as to whom you are dealing with as there have been numerous scam issues going on. If it’s too good to be true, decline. Futher article shall be posted on how you can pick a LEGIT one.
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