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Capones Island

| Philippines, San Antonio, Luzon, Philippines
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Beautiful island

ITs really beautiful and captivating, clear water, Had a good swim and enjoyed the place. Worth... read more

Reviewed July 29, 2017
Mitos P
Island hopping (Part 2/3)

My personal favorite - Capones! White sand, clear blue water and clear skies. Island hopping is... read more

Reviewed June 9, 2017
Korina Ces C
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| Philippines, San Antonio, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed July 29, 2017

ITs really beautiful and captivating, clear water, Had a good swim and enjoyed the place. Worth visiting.

Thank Mitos P
Reviewed June 9, 2017 via mobile

My personal favorite - Capones! White sand, clear blue water and clear skies. Island hopping is available at the shores of Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. Price (3 islands - Camara, Capones and Anawangin) 1500 - small boat for 4 persons 2500 - big boat (I...More

2  Thank Korina Ces C
Reviewed May 30, 2017

3rd stop of our day island hopping, this is somewhat closer to Pundaquit beach, the jumpoff of our island hopping. The sand was just beautiful white, lots of corals here, perfect for snorkeling as the water was really blue and clear and plenty of fishes....More

Thank Maria S
Reviewed May 19, 2017

this visit is definitely the best. I was able to climb and had pictures of the beautiful view at the top. It really is amazing when you get to the top of the rocky mountain. I didn't mind getting so much tan here. hehe. IG:...More

Thank carinojerelon
Reviewed April 13, 2017 via mobile

Capones Island is one of the islands you can go to when in Zambales. It is beautiful! The blue waters provide a great background for the white sand. The rock formations are a beauty in itself. We werent able to visit the lighthouse, though. That...More

Thank Denise L
Reviewed April 11, 2017

Worth the trip, if you're not in the rush. You can hire a boat in Pundaquit for couple of hours or even whole day, and just spend it on this one island, or hop from one to another.

1  Thank mstrumfa
Reviewed April 10, 2017 via mobile

U can ask your boat guide to have a side trip here if you are to go to anawangin or nagsasa. The island has a beautiful view. And a lighthouse on the island.but inside the lighthouse smella like urine, and the some parts if the...More

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Thank April P
Reviewed April 7, 2017

Took a trip out to the island and now they have a entrance fee. Day pass is 350 php and over night is 750php. Your entrance fee includes use of all the facilities. Just some updated info if you are visiting. Looks nice

9  Thank Blu_Haliday
Reviewed March 13, 2017

Beach front is nice and clean but as you go along the area you'll find plastic, diaper, barbecue sticks, empty alcohol bottles and all other stuff left by campers. I know there are many islands to be monitored but the local government of Zambales should...More

Thank javierannaa
Reviewed March 2, 2017

Capones Island is part of the tour when you're going to Nagsasa Cove or Anawangin. It's a short side trip you could do before or after your trip. It's a must see if you want to see the blue horizon of the west philippine sea....More

1  Thank Princess Eliza C
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May 10, 2017|
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Response from Denise L | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Miss elaine of the beach place in nagsasa arranged everything for us. Even arranged for our van to tanay rizal on such short notice! You can look her up on the fb page, the beach place, nagsasa cove, or message her at... More
Bhei S
April 11, 2017|
Response from mstrumfa | Reviewed this property |
Pundaquit is the nearest resort, with number of hotels. There are none on the islands