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Silanguin Cove is one of the isolated beaches situated in the province of Zambales, 3-4 hours land travel from Manila. Since the province is facing the West Philippine Sea, it is known for its gorgeous fine white or grayish beaches with the amazing slopes of the mountains on the background such as Crystal Beach, Anawangin, Talisayin and Nagsasa Cove. Who doesn't know about the Scarborough Shoal, it is just few kilometers from here.
I made my way down the steep summit of Mt. Pundaquit in Zambales, fed my eyes with the breathtaking view of Anawangin Cove below, like a medal waiting for me at the finish line. I've acquired some bruises here and there, but nothing to worry! After all, it's my first time outdoors! I brushed the dust off my body; continued to maneuver through the rocky path under the fiery sun. It hadn't been long since I first got out of my box, and I'm already here doing what I was meant to do.
Located in Zambales, Anawangin Cove is a popular destination for camping and beach outings.
A few highlights from my family's 2-day trip to Zambales! I'm still learning how to shoot and edit video; it's been a fun ride so far.
Step out of your comfort zone and into the wild!
If you have done a straight forward climb, why not switch it up with a side trip or find a trail with unique and diverse terrain?
Here are three mountains that offer a hike and a little something extra.
This mountain in Zambales has breathtaking views of the Philippine sea at the summit. What makes it one of a kind, however, is what awaits at the end of the trail.
After traversing Pundaquit, hikers are rewarded with a refreshing dip in the pristine waters of Anawangin Cove. This is the perfect destination for lovers ...
A short visit in Silanguin Cove made me realize the differences among the coves in San Antonio Town. Being the farthest, it takes one and a half hours to get there passing Anawangin, Talisayin, and Nagsasa coves. Its shoreline is stretched from north to east for about a little more than a kilometer, perfect for a morning walk. Agoho Trees are also typical in the area that give shades to beach campers pitching their tents. There are a few nipa huts in the area for rent, the Puerto Silanguin being the favorite.