Anawangin Cove after Mt. Pundaquit Hike

Anawangin Cove / Mt. Pundaquit LLA (summit): 14 53’59” 129 94’24”, 464 MASL LLA (cove): 14 52 41 120 04’04”, 0 MASL Pristine and secluded, the beach of Anawangin Cove is fast becoming a popular tourist destination near the Subic, Zambales area. Surrounded by pine trees and carpeted by volcanic white sand from Mt. Pinatubo’s […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On September 10, 2010
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Anawangin Cove / Mt. Pundaquit
LLA (summit): 14 53’59” 129 94’24”, 464 MASL
LLA (cove): 14 52 41 120 04’04”, 0 MASL

Pristine and secluded, the beach of Anawangin Cove is fast becoming a popular tourist destination near the Subic, Zambales area. Surrounded by pine trees and carpeted by volcanic white sand from Mt. Pinatubo’s eruption, Anawangin cove looks like a winter scene in the tropics. The sand is very fine and beach very wide. During low tide, the beach is very long and wide and the waters calm, making it ideal for swimming.

How to get there..
Sample pictures here and here.

You might also want to check the near Capones Islands.

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