Anawangin cove is a crescent shaped cove in Bgy. Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales which is one of the top destinations in the country today, specially for backpackers who wants to go camping in a unique environment.
The cove is unique with its Agoho trees, which people thinks as pine trees. There’s a lot of it along the camp site.
How to get to Anawangin Cove
By Public Transportation:
- Take a Victory Liner bus going to San Antonio, Zambales. They have stations in Pasay, Cubao, Sampaloc and Caloocan. Estimated travel time – 3 to 4 hours. Estimated fare is around Php250+/-
- From San Antonio town propers, take a tricycle going to Bgy. Pundaquit. Estimated travel time – 10 to 15 minutes. Estimated fare is around Php30+/-
- Take a boat from Bgy. Pundaquit to Anawangin. Estimated travel time – 25 to 30 minutes. Estimated fare is Php250+/-
- Camping fee costs Php100.00
In San Antonio town proper, there’s a public market at the back of the municipal hall where you can buy supplies. Make sure to bring your own drinking water.
Things to bring in Anawangin Cove
- Cooking stove / utensils
- Drinking water