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Pundaquit, Luzon 2206, Philippines
+63 926 675 3120
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

No electricity and cellphone signal but it will give you a perfect time alone with Mother Nature! -don't forget to bring flashlight 🔦

Thank rootsrockragga
Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

Anawangin is a crescent-shaped cove in the town of San Antonio, Zambales province. It can be reached via thirty-minute boat ride from the primary jump-off point of Barangay Pundaquit. I have to say Anawangin is one of the best beaches I've visited because of the...More

Thank Anthony A
Reviewed 19 June 2018

One of the must-see islands in San Antonio. It is not what it used to be since people have flocked to its shores. The small lake on the island is unique but its beauty is marred by the surrounding huts and kubos for tourists and...More

1  Thank Trittle L
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

We have had several (failed) attempts to spend some time in Anawangin but it never materialized until a week or two ago. I’d have to say it was an okay experience overall— I honestly did not expect too much after seeing the top-notch beaches domestically...More

2  Thank pbjohn
Reviewed 8 June 2018

The beach was rich with fishes and corals, we were even given the chance to snorkel! Although the sand was okay, the water was too salty for me, we still enjoyed the dip. We stayed overnight at camp and it was the ideal site. Have...More

Thank Louise S
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

If you want to runaway from stress just for a day, this is a must place to visit. No signal sometimes is good for yourself.

Thank margie p
Reviewed 30 May 2018

Me and my friends love camping and we have been here twice already. The whole place is very clean and the staffs are very friendly.

Thank Pikapikaru
Reviewed 18 May 2018

Its a very swimming-friendly beach. Fine grey sand and its a gentle although inconsistent slope in the water. But there are hardly any food providers there. Bring your own food.

Thank mayapis
Reviewed 14 May 2018

I joined a family and friends' island hopping trip and we went to Anangawin Cove after visiting Capones Island. Upon arrival, we decided not to enter the Eco Park because of the entrance fee and we were told there was not much to see anyway....More

Thank berthb2
Reviewed 12 May 2018

If you plan on having a time away from the buzzing life in the city, and want to go to a nice beach and/or camp out, Anawangin cove is right for you. Things you need to bring/buy if you are on a tight budget (the...More

1  Thank GJMantua
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Response from mj-d_traveller | Reviewed this property |
Parking is safe in Pundaquit (with pay), the jump off point to Anawangin Cove. For me, it is safe during summer but I've read some blogs that beach is also nice during the months of Nov-Feb. Just check the weather forecast... More
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