• Duration

    No Duration

  • Location

    Anawangin Cove , Zambales

  • Available Tickets


  • Price

    ₱  1,999 – 2,999

The eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991 changed the landscape of Central Luzon and among the changes it brought is the emergence of a cove on ash and sand mixture – Anawangin Cove.

Anawangin Cove is in the province of Zambales, facing the South China Sea. It can be reached via half an hour boat ride from Barangay Pundaquit or San Miguel in San Antonio, Zambales or via a four to six hours trek of Mt. Pundaquit.



Cancellation is accepted but should be a month before tour dates.
Cancellation made less than a month will forfeit the reservation fee and downpayment.
10% service fee shall be deducted if cancelled within 1 month prior to the tour dates.


To Reserve your slot and booking, we require 500/pax. (This is deductable from total amount).
50% Downpayment: A week after payment of reservation fee.
50% full payment: Payable on tour date.

Anawangin Cove

It used to be mountaineers’ secret getaway after a climb,  but today it is a secret no more. The cove is now a famous camping site of tourists from all walks-of-life.

The placid stream that flows directly to the roaring South China Sea is a sight to behold. Through the years, the hidden cove has maintained its beauty and serenity that can be attributed to its remoteness.

Experience a back-to-basic living and fall in love with this secluded cove. With no electricity and mobile signal, Anawangin is your perfect getaway.