Are you always stressed from all that hustle and bustle from the city life? When was the last time you had your R&R? Do you want to freshen up and be reborn? Hmmm? Maybe you need some time out, take one step back, and return to nature.
If you’re looking for a different experience, an outdoor experience, you should definitely go to Anawangin Cove in Zambales. It is a boat ride from the shores of Pundakit, Zambales. The sand is white, the water is clear, the ambience is so laid back.
If you like the outdoors and you like to camp out near the shore, you should definitely go here. I’m an adventure lover and I would say that I really had a great time staying there!
What I like the most in Anawangin is its atmosphere; it is sooo light and laid back. It’s like if you are there, all your problems will not be able to follow you there. Even if your problems try to contact you, you will be out of coverage area(literally and figuratively. Walang signal dun). Ang sarap sarap sarap talaga. Pramis!
Plus, the people that take care of the place are very accommodating; they let us cook inside their house and tend to us when we ask for assistance.
The place is just a gift from nature! You have to see it for yourself to revel on its beauty.
But wait! There’s more! There are still untold features about this place. Going deeper into the cove, you’ll discover another hidden paradise.
If you walk along the shallow, watery trail, you will end up here.
We also went to Capones Island and the abandoned light house.
And oh, the background of my blog site is also a shot taken from Capones a few years back. Haha, just to let you know.
The trip will not be complete if you do not go to the derelict light house. Aside from the hiking included going to the top, there is still the flight of stairs going to the top of the light house. Mag eksersays tayo tuwing umaga!
One thing for this kind of trip, if you’re not getting sunburn, you’re not having fun!