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I remember coming to the island of Anawangin when I was so burn out from my work at Makati. My niece invited me and my girlfriend as a chaperon f… Read More
I remember coming to the island of Anawangin when I was so burn out from my work at Makati. My niece invited me and my girlfriend as a chaperon for her with her suitor that time. I am very glad I said yes and kept an eye... not to my niece but on this beautiful paradise. Read Less
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Anawangin Cove
the crescent shaped island of Zambales
 
 
Traditional way of living, unpolluted air embellished with prime, lush greenery, and a paradise all around you-- Anawangin Cove can provide these things to any traveller who seeks vacation far from the busy streets of the metro.  This remote but fairly accessible Island from Zambales, Philippines, offers varied adventures like swimming, snorkeling, trekking and, my personal favorite, an opportunity for photo walks, making anyone's stay truly worthwhile.  The pine trees are just wonderful and the greens of the landscapes are really picturesque.  Though we had inconveniences using the restrooms, we'd definitely want to come back and for sure, the images that my lenses would find still won't disappoint.
 
 
Anawangin Cove, Zambales
Philippines