How to Get to Nagsasa Cove, Zambales
Going to Nagsasa is pretty simple. You can also include this place after your overnight trip to Anawangin.
Again, Zambales is 2 to 3 hours away from Manila to Brgy. Pundaquit, just go to one of Victory Liner stations, get yourself a ticket to Iba, Zambales or Sta. Cruz, Zambales (Php 251.00). When nearing the town of San Antonio, tell the conductor to drop you off the town’s public market.
Then call a tricycle going to Mt. Pundaquit (Php 60.00 for every two passenger) which is 25 to 30 min tricycle ride. Boat to Nagsasa from Mt. Pundaquit is Php 1,500 good for 4 people.
For more complete Island Hopping travel guide, you can also visit this link: A Complete Travel Guide to Nagsasa, Anawangin, and Capones + Sample Itineraries
Mt. Pundaquit boat rentals
Nagsasa burned down.
I suggest going to Nagsasa Cove first and spend overnight there then include Anawangin or Capones in your trip in the morning after. I prefer Nagsasa Cove over Anawangin in terms of view. Also, there is lesser people in Nagsasa compared to Anawangin.
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