Suggested Itinerary for Anawangin, Nagsasa, and Capones (Pundaquit, Zambales)


Zambales is a province in Northern Luzon in the Philippines. It was one of the places severely affected by the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. Ashfall brought about by the eruption settled and gave birth to natural wonders such as the Nagsasa and Anawangin Cove.  Find out how here:

1130pm – ETD Pasay Terminal for San Antonio

230am – ETA San Antonio

3am – ETA Pundaquit

430am – ETD Pundaquit for Nagsasa Cove

530am – ETA Nagsasa Cove

630am- hike towards the waterfalls

730am – breakfast

845am – ETD Nagsasa for Anawangin Cove

915am – ETA Anawangin Cove

10am – ETD Anawangin for Capones Island

1025am – ETA Capones Island

1025am – hike

1230pm – lunch

130pm – swim

230pm – ETD Capones for Pundaquit

245pm – ETA Pundaquit

345pm – ETD Pundaquit for San Antonio

415pm – ETA San Antonio

430pm – ETD San Antonio for Olongapo

5pm – ETA Olongapo

6pm – ETD Olongapo for Pasay

9pm – ETA Pasay



  • Bus fare ( Pasay to San Antonio): P271
  • Motorcycle (San Antonio to Pundaquit) (note: the rate is higher when it is still dark): P30/head
  • Boat (Nagsasa Cove-Anawangin-Capones Island): P1500
  • Nagsasa Cove
  • – fee for the waterfall tour: P5/head
  • guide fee – discretionary: (we gave P20/head)
  • entrance fee:  P100/head (I think we were taken advantaged of)
  • Capones Island
  • guide fee: P100/head (we gave P150 for 2 pax)
  • Motorcycle (Pundaquit to San Antonio): P25/head
  • Bus fare (San Antonio to Olongapo): P41
  • Bus fare (Olongapo to Pasay): P215


Rates for island and cove hopping:

  •  Camara Island: P700.00
  • Capones Island: P800.00
  •  Anwangin Cove: P900.00
  • Camara and to Capones: P900.00
  • Camara and to Capones and to Anawangin: P1,500.00
  • Nagsasa Cove or Silanguin Cove: P1,500.00
  • Anawangin entrance fee is P50/head and P150/head for an overnight stay





~ by Happy Sole on December 5, 2009.

8 Responses to “Suggested Itinerary for Anawangin, Nagsasa, and Capones (Pundaquit, Zambales)”

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  4. Thanks for this! Hindi po bah pwede ang Capones, Camara, Anawangin and Nagsasa all in one? Thanks! 🙂

  5. TheFrugalWanderer, you will have to ask our boatman for the rate on the 4 island/cove stop. I’m not sure if his number is still active, but it’s worth a try. thanks!

    Randy Aniceto (boatman): 09093120345 or 09162732887

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