Some travel bloggers that I know started their inspiration to blog their adventures when they hit Zambales’ beautiful coves. One of which is Anawangin Cove and Nagsasa Cove located at San Antonio, Zambales.
The travel is quite easy. From Manila, take a Victory bus going to Iba, Zambales or Sta. Cruz, Zambales, and it will pass by San Antonio. You can also contact Enjoy Ka Dito Travels for assistance and easier coordination for your travel plans.
My boyfriend and I celebrated our 8th year anniversary at Nagsasa Cove. It’s just 30 minutes away from Anawangin Cove via boat ride. We did not doubt the beauty it has. The place is so quiet and romantic. We went on a weekdays, that’s why we’re just the people at the cove aside from the Aetas (natives) who are maintaining and guarding the place. We enjoyed star gazing at night while having our heart to heart talks.
The mountain rugged in green grasses and the fine sand gives the date more memories and calmness. Unlike other beaches, this cove is covered with trees known as Agoho (they look like pine trees) which makes the stay more chilly and refreshing. We had fun roaming around, taking pictures, swimming and having fun.
When you book your Anawangin Cove or Nagsasa Cove with Enjoy Ka Dito Travels, your stay is worth the experience. They provide the tent that you will use, (yes, it’s a camp-life adventure 😉 ), cooking utensils, grill, cooler, and even your mineral water, aside from the usual island hopping, and the round trip boat ride from Pundakit, San Antonio to Nagsasa Cove and vice versa.
Be sure to keep at least one vacation with your love ones, your family and friends, so that you can have that amazing bonding and give that sweet escape a time for knowing each other. Try out Anawangin Cove or Nagsasa Cove, you will surely have a great time.
May you receive your blessings,