0 Escape to Anawangin Cove (Zambales, The Philippines) Part 3

Anawangin Cove is the most popular, most visited and most maintained amongst its neighboring coves. It's also nearer to the town of Pundaquit so supplies like food and drinks are available yet a little bit pricey.

According to the boatmen, Anawangin Cove is owned by a local family who also lives in Pundaquit. They are also responsible for making the place well maintained and they have employed caretakers to make sure the shores is regularly cleaned.

There are many things to do in Anawangin, aside from getting your tan or sleeping under the pine trees. You can hike up the hills and view the ocean from afar or you can hike and follow the shallow stream at the back of the camp area.

Starting a fire was a challenge, luckily, one of my friends brought a lighter. I was so fun cooking and eating under the moonlight. We had a blast and we partied with only the music coming from a cellular phone! Did I mention that there's no cell phone signal at all?

Going to the beach will never be complete without getting wet. And I brought several swimsuits that I loaned to my friends. Don't hate us if we spent all morning just posing for the camera, every girl dreams of becoming a model, haha!

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The camp area was well maintained by caretakers. Every camper must do their share in making sure to clean up after themselves and dispose their trash properly. Look at the camp, it was so clean and peaceful. A nice place to just forget all your troubles for a couple of days.

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