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Friday, March 7, 2008


by: Ron

Anawangin is a secluded cove on the coast of Zambales. Secluded because it can only be reached by boat ride or a five hour trek over the mountain (or hills) that borders the place. Anawangin has a nice, clean, white (almost) sand beach. Mountains serve as a backdrop to the place and just beyond the sloping beach you find a forest of trees similar to the Pine trees of Baguio. Where you would normally find coconut trees in most beaches in the Philippines, Anawangin is different since the tree cover is evergreen providing lots of shade to protect you from the scorching sun.

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raqgold said...

hi kat, followed the link to ron's blog about anawangin.. but i cant leave a comment in his blog. just to let you know about the rip current condition that's in the beach for precaution

here's something in my tagalog blog that might be worth reading...

Anthony said...

Hello Fellow Anawangin Enthusiasts,

Please help us build a bigger community for Anawangin Cove in Facebook by becoming a fan of our page. Visit and read interesting write-ups about Anawangin. There are very helpful articles to guide you if you’re planning a trip.

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Anonymous said...

Experience the beauty of Zambales and its islands... We take you there by boat and spend a night or two in Anawangin's camping site , gaze thru the beauty of the Nagsasa cove, walk thru Camara island's white sands and visit the lighthouse in's an adventure you won't forget.. So pack up and call us...09193910016