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Anawangin-Nagsasa-Capones: 2D/1N Itinerary

Due to the onset of summer and due to popular demand, I am again publishing an article on Anawangin/Nagsasa/Capones this time with a detailed itinerary that one can easily do on a weekend trip. 2 days, 1 night is all you need and you can be in for a memorable summer.

First, feel free to read my previous post 

To make it shorter and more simple, there are three (3) important things that you need to remember.

Travel Time: 3 hours to San Antonio Zambales from MNL
Budget Estimate: 1,500-2,000 pesos for a group  of 5.
Contact Person (boatman): Mang Johny --  (0920.222.4687).

This is for a Do-it-yourself trip so feel free to make little revisions in your itinerary. 
Anawangin Cove Zambales



5:00am -ETD MNL via Victory Liner Calocan
9:00am- ETA San Antonio Zambales Buy food/supplies in the public market of San Antonio 
10:00am- arrive at Brgy San Vicente via tricycle (10 pesos/head) 
10:00am -leave for Anawangin Cove via pump boat 
10:30am -arrive in Anawangin cove. Late breakfast. Stay until past lunchtime. 
2:00pm--leave for Nagsasa Cove (45minutes by boat) 3:00pm-set up camp in Anawangin Cove Stay overnight 

Day 2 
7:00am -breakfast 
8:30am -leave for Capones 
9:20am -arrive in Capones via lighthouse dock. Climb lighthouse 
11:00am -transfer to the other side of Capones. Beach time. 
12:00 lunch. More swimming 
2:00pm -leave for mainland. San Vicente 
2:30pm -shower time. House of Mang Johny 
3:30pm-leave for town via tricycle 
4:00pm-board bus bound for MNL
7:00pm-ETA MNL

Again, my favorite contact:
Mang Johny: (0920.222.4687)

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