Talisayin Cove is located in sitio of Barangay Pundaquit – one of the 14 barangays of the 3rd class municipality of San Antonio in the province of Zambales. It is just one of the pristine coves nestled along the Zambales coastline where visitors are treated to a more relaxed and quiet environment.
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Talisayin Cove is between Nagsasa and Anawangin Cove in Zambales. And it is a lot less crowded than the other two with the same beautiful scenery and with the same amount of money to spend. Lastly, it's just 3 to 4 hours away from the city!
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Zambales is a home for many beautiful beaches and islands that boasts of white sands. It is also bordered by mountain ranges, giving a perfect scene to look at.
In the midst of thesis proposal requirements, my cousin invited me, along with my other cousin, to join her family's Zambales trip. We rode a UV express past 12 in the midnight and arrived at the public market in Zambales as the sun was rising. We were told that the place has no communication signal, thus, I bid a temporary farewell to my mother.
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A cove is a small, circular to an oval type of bay or coastal inlet, usually with narrow, restricted entrances.
The Philippines, being an archipelago, have some well-tucked and serene coves perfect for swimming and bumming. These coves are ideal places for swimming because they are believed to ...
In recent years Zambales has become a tourist hot spot with the growing popularity of Nagsasa and Anawangin cove. The two sites attract hundreds of campers yearly with their pristine beaches, majestic mountain ranges, lakes and waterfalls. Their proximity to cities like Metro Manila, make them accessible to people seeking a quick weekend vacation without having to spend a lot.
Travelling to the coves from the city of Manila will take 3 hours by land. Several bus liners service the Manila to Iba, Zambales route which passes the town of San Antonio. Nagsasa and Anawangin cove are located in B ...
Batangas is usually the go-to beach destination of most individuals from Manila. However, drive further up north and pass through Subic Bay. It will lead you to Zambales where you will get to experience a different kind of escapade with your friends or family.
Each island manifests a distinct feature that will leave you in awe. It will cast a spell on you, convincing you to stay longer or better yet not leave at all.
Hop on a boat and see it for yourself.
No need to rent a boat to head over Anawangin. You may also opt to hike Mt. Pundaquit to see the view of this cov ...