Travel Anawangin for less than ₱3,000 (US$60)
Anawangin Cove, Zambales: One of the most popular summer destinations for campers and mountaineers, this is where you can enjoy urban life, no electricity but lots of good times. The place is jam packed during summer time, tents are everywhere, good music and good vibes passes from one camp to another.
How to get to Anawangin Cove
Victory Liner, Cubao, QC, bound for Iba, Zambales. I suggest you to get a reservation one day ahead of time, you can book a trip thru their website here.
It’s just a 3 to 4-hour bus ride from Manila to Iba, Zambales, from there you need to ride a tricycle to Brgy. Pundaquit, then you’ll be riding a boat for about 30 minutes to Anawangin cove.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can try a traverse climb via Mt. Pundaquit, and at the foot of the mountain you’ll arrive exactly at the shore of the cove.
Anawangin Budget breakdown
- Bus Fare ₱648 (Manila to Iba, Zambales and vice versa)
- Tricycle and Boat ride: ₱100
- Food and Booze: ₱2,000
Yes, it’s as simple as that 2:^)