Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Summer Getaway: Anawangin Cove

I've been staring at my desktop for 2 hours and still cannot think of anything to write for my first post. Since I'm not a fashionista and I can't remember the last time I ate in a restaurant, I thought to share my summer experience in Anawangin Cove.

It took us 2-3 hours bus ride from Manila to Zambales and another 30 minutes tricycle ride to Brgy Pundaquit where boat rentals to Anawangin Cove are. There is another 20 minutes boat ride from Brgy Pundaquit to Anawangin Cove but it took us longer since the boat we rented hasn't arrived yet.

piktyur piktyur muna

I can't remember the exact time we arrived at Anawangin Cove as I was mesmerized by it's serenity.  After setting up our tents, ate our lunch that was cooked by our master chef, Jason, we explored the inner beauty of Anawangin.

breathtaking view of Anawangin Cove

We climbed Mt Pundaquit ( though I'm not sure if it's still part of Mt. Pundaquit) and enjoyed the view.

We took a dip after our climb for the last time

Over all, my overnight stay in Anawangin is unforgettable. Now I know a place near Manila where I can enjoy and relax. The rainy season is about to start and I hope you guys enjoyed your summer. Till next post!


  1. Hi sexy lady! The place is really nice and I do hope I can visit Anawangin Cove in the future. ♥

  2. Love the place, but I love you more! hihi
    Keep blogging! :*

    Tina <3