Anawangin Cove, Zambales, Philippines

The Anawangin Cove is by far the most popular destination for campers and beach goers alike. Just the mention of the name Zambales will ring a bell for those who have gone to the cove that a trip to Pundaquit is never complete without feeling Anawangin’s mixture of volcanic ash and white sand beneath your feet. Anawangin is the nearest cove from the town proper of Pundaquit. It also is currently the most visited and developed amongst its neighboring coves. Owned by a local family who also lives in Pundaquit, they make sure that the place is well maintained and the shores are regularly cleaned by it’s caretakers. http://www.pundaquit.com/

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  • dindonieva03 over 1 year ago
    Hi there, Tara na at mag enjoy ngayong summer sa: 1. Agnaem 2. Anawangin 3. Talisayen 4. Nagsasa 5. Silanguin 6. Capones and Camara island Book your Boat and Tent now. Packages are also available. Inquire now! Contact person: Liezel Nieva or Dindo Nieva Contact numbers: Globe: 09172022692 Smart: 09995959623 Dindo
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