Pundaquit Falls

San Antonio, Zambales

Pundaquit Falls are located in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. You can reach the falls via a short trek from the beach. The falls are best during the rainy season.

Pundaquit Falls News

  • Pundaquit Falls Side Trip To Zambales Islands And Coves

    Traveling to Zambales during summer is an awesome thing to do due to its grandiose beaches, islands, and coves. From Sta. Cruz' Hermana Menor Island in the north to Silanguin Cove in the south, this province is really abundant with places for summer getaways. Rain or shine, Pundaquit in San Antonio town has been an all-time favorite.

  • Central Luzon To Calabarzon Trip For Less Than 10 000 Pesos All In

    Note: This is a summary of my recent Luzon trip with my friends, and a breakdown of my personal expenses. Sorry for that long title, by the way.

    I recently went on a week-long trip with my friends to three provinces in Luzon. It was my first time to travel to a lot of places in such short period of time. It was a fun, but tiring trip, and I am not really sure if I want to do it again. Haha!

    We did not have a planned itinerary that's why it was very exciting. We just followed our instincts to do this adventure.

    Right after we got off from our plane at NAIA, we headed directly to our f ...

  • Zambales 1 2 3

    For my birthday weekend I was initially planned to be taken to the zoo and then eat at a generic satisfying buffet, but then i was like "beach?" to my beau. And he was game! So I'd like to share the gritty details of our super saver getaway.

    We were vagabonds in love and knowing we slept under a million stars than a 5 star accommodation was comforting to our pockets.

    While I pack my stuff, he was online looking at bus schedules and saw 1pm at Victory liner terminal in EDSA Cubao, the time we raced to but failed so we went with the 2:30 schedule Php290/person.

    Arrived at San Antonio Ma ...

  • Pundaquit Falls Sunsets And Camara Island

    It was still early in the afternoon, but Mang Johny suggested we leave already as the waves outside of Nagsasa tend to get bigger and the tides, higher from 3PM onwards. And it was no bull. Overshadowed with grim skies, the current from Nagsasa all the way to Pundaquit felt like it could topple the boat over (and we were in a very small boat, in the middle of the open South China Sea!).

    We tried to drop by Camara Island once more, but failed again because of the strong waves. Lucky Marian and Dingdong, they were able to set foot on the island and shoot their San Marino corned tuna commercia ...