Parañaque City, National Capital Region (NCR), 1711, Philippines
The beaches of San Antonio, Zambales, are a perfect proof of reborn and rising from the ashes. These beaches used to be rocky but Mt. Pinatubo dumped a good amount of volcanic ash that it changed the face of the place.
Years later, agoho trees started to grow, creating a forest of what seems like pine trees.
A writer said that it’s like Baguio and Boracay in one place. This is one inspiring history that makes Anawangin and Nagsasa very special.
Day 1 – Take Victory liner bus to San Antonio (on guest’s own arrangement) We will pick you up by tricycle from San Antonio to your accommodation check-in, free time to explore Pundaquit beach, and swim in the resort pool, or play beach volleyball
Day 2 – Breakfast 830am, island hopping to Anawangin Cove Beach, Camara Island and Capones Island with snorkel. Day entrance fees to be paid in Anawangin is P50 Return to and wash-up, pack-up, check-out Transfer by tricycle to San Antonio bus stop
2 persons - P2,600 each 3 persons - P2,400 each 4 persons - P2,000 each Please add bus fare
Advance booking required.
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