You will be welcomed by her warm embrace of calm waves, after an hour of boat ride across the open sea. Somewhere in a far flung area of San Antonio, Zambales only reachable by boat or by hiking the Cinco Picos, Nagsasa Cove will reward you of awesome views of mountain ranges around and of a serene beach.
Agoho trees are present around the area that provides that airy and cool feeling.
Climb the nearest hill and get to the vantage point that will give you a glimpse of Nagsasa Cove in her full glory.
Set up camp and prepare a sumptuous dinner with your friends.
Let this moment free your mind.
Itinerary & Budget
Nagsasa Cove + Casa San Miguel
0600 – ETD Victory Liner, take bus bound to Iba, Zambales (280php/pax)
1100 – ETA San Antonio, Zambales. Buy stuff. Hail tricycle to Brgy. Pundaquit (60php/pax)
1130 – ETA Brgy. Pundaquit. Meet contact person (Nagsasa+Camara+Capones 2800php/group) we are 5 in a group, 560 per pax
1140 – ETD Brgy. Pundaquit
1240 – ETA Nagsasa Cove. Rest. Prepare lunch.
1400 – Explore the place
1600 – Climb nearest hill, watch sunset
1800 – Dinner
2100 – Lights off
0630 – Wake up
0700 – Breakfast
0800 – Tidy up, prepare for the day’s adventure
(Due to inclement weather, we left the island at an earlier time)
1000 – ETA Brgy. Pundaquit, ride tricycle to Casa San Miguel (80php/pax)
11:00 – ETA Casa San Miguel (100php/pax fee)
1330 – take lunch, tricycle back to San Antonio National Road (40php/pax)
1400 – ETD San Antonio to Olongapo. (45php/pax)
1445 – ETA Olongapo, take Victory Liner Bus bound for Manila (240php/pax)
2000 – ETA Manila
Total Damage:1805php/pax – 2200php/pax for a group of 5pax
“The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are.” – Samuel Johnson
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