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    Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales: The Gateway to Anawangin and Capones Island

    "Come on and get me, get me. Baby, I'm yours. Come on and get me. You'll never be lonely, lonely. So baby, come on and get me," sings sultry siren Juris of MYMP on the beach of this "getting popular" beach in the town of San Antonio, Zambales, a few hours drive north of Manila.

    Barangay Pundaquit, the gateway to the romantic Capones Lighthouse, the secluded Anawangin Cove, Capones Island and Camara Islands and now a favorite shoot locations for television series and music videos with fine gray sand, semi-private and waves/surf breaks ideal for newbie surfers has only a handful of beach resorts.

    the fine gray sand of the beach where a team building activity is being held.
    not so crowded and tourist-infested, the beach can also be a place to learn surfing plus island-hopping invites adventurers.
    the red sun set viewed on the beach for romantic setting
    Mount Pundaquit beckons for trekkers and mountaineers. There is a waterfall on one end of the beach where you only need to follow a stream to find it plus the secluded Anawangin cove shielded by the mountain with its agoho trees (similar to pine trees)

    Pundaquit Beach Resorts:

    Megan's Paradise Beach Resort
    Pundaquit, San Antonio
    Telephone No.: +63.47.621.0507; +63.47.913.3784
    Mobile: +63.919.480.8520
    Email: virgieh@mail.com
    Review: Budget resort where many people can share a room. Tutubi stayed here in 2005 in his first trip to Capones Island Lighthouse.

    Nora’s Beach Resort
    Brgy. Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales
    Contact Number: +63.918.278.8188; +63.919.637.4917

    Punta De Uian
    Pundaquit San Antonio
    Telephone Number: +63.47.252.2692
    Mobile: +63.918.888.UIAN (that's 0918.888.8426)
    Email: elsa.puntadeuian@gmail.com
    Review: Upscale resort with nice swimming pool.

    Wild Rose Beach Inn
    Pundaquit, San Antonio
    Contact Number: +63.910.661.5613
    Email: info@wildrosebeachinn.com

    Some signs spell Pundaquit as Pundakit (Filipinized spelling). No information yet on cheap homestays, restaurants, hotels and other "where to stay" places but intrepid travelers can camp out at Anawangin Cove. If you have time, you may also check out Casa San Miguel, a farm and school for gifted children.

    How to get to Pundaquit, San Antonio Zambales:

    Commute: Ride a bus to Zambales at Victory Liner (terminal on Rizal Avenue (Avenida) near LRT Monumento Station) with signboard Iba, or Sta. Cruz and drop off in San Antonio town. Hire a tricycle to take you to the beach resort of your choice.

    Driving Directions:

    From Manila, Head towards NLEX and exit at San Fernando. In San Fernando, drive all the way to Olongapo City where you pass by Subic town, Castillejos, San Marcelino then San Antonio. In San Antonio, ask around for directions to Pundakit for it's not easy to describe it here. (No information yet on the new route via SCTEx for Tutubi has yet to pass by the new tollway)

    To get to Anawangin Cove, or Capones Island, rent a boat to take you there. Negotiate pick up time with the boatmen.

    Sources and Related Links:
    Zambales Resorts
    Punta De Uian Review
    Zambales Travel Guide
    Capones Lighthouse
    Ocean Adventure

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:45 PM,

    67 Comments:

    At Jun 30, 2008, 12:35:00 AM, Blogger carlotta1924 said...

    this post reminded me that i haven't been to any beach yet this year. *sigh*

     
    At Jun 30, 2008, 1:50:00 AM, Blogger pieterbie said...

    Hmm, wouldn't mind seeing that lighthouse. I'm going to visit a pretty special lighthouse in about a weeks time.

     
    At Jun 30, 2008, 2:18:00 PM, Blogger eunice said...

    Your site is always so informative!

    One favour to ask, Please VOTE for me at my blog! thanks!

    ~eunice~
    TravelerFolio.com

     
    At Jun 30, 2008, 9:23:00 PM, Blogger tutubi philippines said...

    carlotta, mainit pa naman you can still go to the nearest beach :P

    pieterbie,click the link to capones island and you'll see the lighthouse :P

    eunice,sure

     
    At Jul 1, 2008, 1:51:00 PM, Blogger Rochelle said...

    I was showing a friend of mine a map of the Philippines and showing her where I have been and where my family lives... and I just said to her, "Look, there is a San Antonio there!" (We are not too far from San Antonio, Teas)

     
    At Jul 1, 2008, 2:58:00 PM, Blogger the donG said...

    thanks to this! we're scheduled to go there by end of july. ive seena lot of nice photos of capones.

     
    At Jul 1, 2008, 7:51:00 PM, Anonymous Dexter |Tech At Hand Dot Net said...

    link to your homepage..

    http://techathand.net/link/

     
    At Jul 1, 2008, 8:56:00 PM, Blogger tutubi philippines said...

    rochelle, there are many san antonio towns here in RP ...but no Spurs :P

    the Dong, good luck on your capones trip

    dexter, already linked up :P thanks

     
    At Jul 2, 2008, 9:03:00 PM, Anonymous tina said...

    nice pictures you have!! i remember about someone posting about a beach in zambales.

    and the last picture look soo "foreign". hehe.

     
    At Jul 3, 2008, 11:11:00 AM, Anonymous bw said...

    Love that sunset picture and the beach chairs. Calendar quality I must say :)

    Lovely place indeed :)

     
    At Jul 17, 2008, 12:33:00 PM, Blogger Isabetlog said...

    I've been wanting to go but don't think now's a good time given it's typhoon season already. But your blog's been really helpful, thanks for sharing :)

     
    At Jul 17, 2008, 12:42:00 PM, Blogger Isabetlog said...

    I've been wanting to go but don't think now's a good time given it's typhoon season already. But your blog's been really helpful, thanks for sharing :)

     
    At Aug 25, 2008, 9:34:00 PM, Anonymous mark said...

    guys... tanong ko lang po.. kailangan po ba magdala ng tent? or meron bang mga rooms for rent dun? wer planning to go kc by weekend.. kaya lang kaming tents and camping stuffs

     
    At Aug 25, 2008, 9:38:00 PM, Blogger tutubi said...

    mark, it's up to you. you can go camping on the island or in Anawangin or just stay at some resorts. i already listed the resorts here so i don't know what sort of room for rent you're looking for

     
    At Nov 11, 2008, 12:50:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I love this site! YOu've been so helpful! THanks! I love to travel! :-)

     
    At Mar 7, 2009, 10:26:00 AM, Blogger Rob said...

    I need help. where and what name is/are the hospitals in San Antonio, Zambales? please help me. email me at badwahine@gmail.com .

     
    At Mar 23, 2009, 10:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    How do we get back to Manila? Thanks!

     
    At Mar 23, 2009, 10:41:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    How do we get back to Manila from the resort? Thanks!

     
    At Mar 23, 2009, 10:45:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, ride tricycles to San Antonio town proper then wait for buses to Manila on the highway. Victory Liner is one bus company that services the Manila to Zambales route with buses from Sta Cruz or Iba returning to Manila on regular intervals

     
    At Apr 7, 2009, 12:01:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    mag kano po babayaran pag dating sa island or b4 pumunta dun?

     
    At Apr 7, 2009, 10:05:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, wala babayaran. boat ride lang

     
    At Apr 19, 2009, 6:28:00 AM, Blogger citrine said...

    another pundaquit beach resort:
    Jimz Beach Resort
    Brgy. Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales
    Contact #s:
    +63.916.444.2172 (Miss Vilma) or +63.927.777.0220 (Thotz)

     
    At May 4, 2009, 2:04:00 AM, OpenID cruentare said...

    this site is so helpful! would you guys know a way from pundaquit to subic na commute? my friends and i are planning to go to the treetop adventure sana after anawangin ;p thanks!

     
    At May 4, 2009, 5:19:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    cruentare, from Pundaquit, you need to ride a tricycle to return to san antonio town propoer where you can ride buses foiong back to Subic/Olongapo. Not sure about jeepneys but i think i only saw some going to castillejos

     
    At May 11, 2009, 5:27:00 PM, Blogger Sean said...

    Can you please help me? I need the names, addresses and contact numbers if possible of the hospitals, police stations, and any other emergency facilities in San Antonio, Zambales. My friends and I are planning a trip there and I've been tasked to do the emergency action plan. Thank you very much for your help you can email me at seanlitton@gmail.com

    Best regards,
    Sean

     
    At May 11, 2009, 5:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Sean Litton

    Can you please help me? My friends and I are planning a trip to Anawangin and the San Antonio, Zambales area and I was tasked to come up with the emergency action plan. I would like to request if possible the numbers and addresses of the hospitals, police stations and any other emergency facility/agency in the area? Thank you very much for your help.

    Best regards,
    Sean

     
    At May 11, 2009, 6:40:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    sean, try zambales police tel no.: 047-841-2885 (based in Iba)

     
    At May 18, 2009, 12:42:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi guys, please help us find a cozy yet cheap place to stay. if there are packages available too, please let us know. here's my contact number: cristian, 09063668172. thanks much

     
    At May 19, 2009, 3:33:00 PM, Anonymous Luis said...

    hi. im planning to go there this june. im planning to bring my car but my concern is i might pass some rough roads on my way there. any tips? ur feedback will be greatly appreciated...

     
    At May 20, 2009, 9:58:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    Luis, rough roads there are usually short ones leading to the resorts themselves...even a sedan can hurdle them

     
    At May 21, 2009, 2:03:00 AM, Anonymous Luis said...

    Alright! Thanks...

     
    At Aug 3, 2009, 3:37:00 PM, Anonymous travelwithjet said...

    i'm opting for this place this year. thanks for the info.

     
    At Aug 6, 2009, 5:47:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    for your stay in pundakit,contact sunset view resort cp#09204196954(poncing pastelero)

     
    At Mar 17, 2010, 9:45:00 AM, Blogger Anthony said...

    Hello!

    We would like to invite you to our Anawangin Cove fan page on Facebook. Please visit http://www.facebook.com/anawangincove and become a fan. We have several helpful and interesting articles posted and we are still working on new ones for Anawangin enthusiasts.

    We hope you can join and suggest the page to your friends as well. May Anawangin's natural beauty and splendor be preserved for generations to come.

    Thank you,
    Anthony

     
    At Mar 23, 2010, 1:22:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi...howmuch un boat ride going to anawagin cove?dun ba kme mismo mag hanap ng boat na marerent sa resort na pag stayan namen?thanks po

     
    At Apr 22, 2010, 4:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    sa mga magcacamping, kung walang tents na dala, may marerentahan bang tents sa pundaquit?

     
    At May 30, 2010, 4:54:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi
    Need Place to Stay?

    Sir Williams Cottage
    Purok5,Brgy.Pundakit,San Antonio Zambales
    0922-8467501 & 0929-1339393
    website:warendel.multiply.com

    Highly recomended *****

     
    At Jul 2, 2010, 10:42:00 AM, Anonymous Rey Herrera said...

    Wow this is a great place. Gonna try to go here this month. I've been in Zambales twice but not in Anawangin.

     
    At Aug 31, 2010, 4:59:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi..

    i just wanna ask if untill now free p din sa anawangin...how much ang boat rentals?me and my friends are planning to go out of town...and i think this is the best place for us...ill be waiting for your repply...thanks!

     
    At Aug 31, 2010, 6:45:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, pundakit is still a free place with no other accommodations except your own tents...no idea on the updated boat ride costs though

     
    At Nov 19, 2010, 7:16:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi guys.we'll have a reunion this january & we've chosen pundaquit as our venue.we're looking for a real cheap but comftable house to stay overnight good enough to accomodate us (we'll be like 10 to 15).we don't really need a big house..u know it's not a problem if others sleep on the floor. text me pls 09082603115

     
    At Nov 28, 2010, 5:39:00 PM, Blogger mauen said...

    I've heard so many good things about Anawangin. So much that we want to visit in April. However, do we have to book boats etc before we arrive? Or do we just go there and there will be a pick of boats available for us at Pundaquit? If we do need to book a boat, do you have contact details?

    Thank you.

     
    At Nov 28, 2010, 9:58:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    mauen, you don't need to book in advance. boat rentals can find you there on their own in pundakit hehe

     
    At Jan 7, 2011, 8:23:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    my husband and i would like to visit capones island and stay in one of the beach resorts in pundaquit. is it okay to go there in january?

    i hope you can recommend places where we can stay. is an overnight stay sufficient already?

    thanks.

     
    At Jan 8, 2011, 9:10:00 AM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    anonymous, it's quite pricey but try Punta de Uian. overnights fine and january is just superb, not too hot :P

     
    At Jan 10, 2011, 1:00:00 PM, Anonymous jherwyn said...

    looking for a very cheap, hassle free, good service,
    anawangin tour package please visit

    http://anawayne.i.ph/

    we will stay in the best spot in anawangin
    WILDLIFE AND NATURE ORG. INC.
    (owner mang nestor)
    TIN#257883636****

    w/ 11 banyo and 13 paliguan no need to worry where you will pupu or goli goli..
    w/water pump no need to bomba bomba the poso hehehe,,,

    look for jherwyn 09065032211 / 09175282211

     
    At Feb 20, 2011, 6:30:00 PM, Anonymous leslie said...

    i just wanna share my highly recommended boatman in anawangin.he's name is kuya jay-r.he is very accommodating and trustworthy.you can also borrow utensils from them.he has a bigboat that can load up to 12 pax,15 pax and 30 pax but the boat he uses is the bigboat good for 12pax.here's his number:09173809104.you can go contact him and make reservations before going to anawangin.enjoy yourselves!

     
    At Apr 13, 2011, 11:24:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi to everyone, Just want to update everyone about the new boat standard rate in Pundaquit.

    NON PACKAGE RATE
    SMALL BOAT….(max of 4 pax)balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P700
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P1,000
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P1,000
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P1,500
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P1,800
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P2,500
    NOTE: Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P1,500
    BIG BOAT (5 to 10 pax) balikan
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P1500
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P2000
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P2000
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P3000
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P4000
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P6000
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P2500
    BIG BOAT 11 pax and ABOVE
    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P150/head
    Pundakit to CAPONES = P200/head
    Pundakit to Annawangin = P200/head
    Pundakit to Talesayen = P300/head
    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P400/head
    Pundakit to Silanguin = P600/head
    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANNAWANGIN) = P300/head
    NOTE: All passenger will be issued with a lifjacket.
    Tent 3 person = P250
    4 person = P300
    6 person = P500

    Check My site to see some of our boat pictures'
    my site:BOAT STANDARD RATE

    At kung may gusto pa po kayong malaman o katanungan ay maaari nio po kaming tawagan o itx sa 09172022692 a t hanapin po si DINDO or LIEZEL…. salamat po and GOD BLESS….

     
    At Apr 28, 2011, 8:37:00 PM, Blogger dindo said...

    Hi po, Update ko lang po yung nauna kong post about the standard boat rates. Salamat po…

    SMALL BOAT….(max of 4 pax)balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P700

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P1,000

    Pundakit to Annawangin = P1,000

    Pundakit to Talesayen = P1,500

    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P1,800

    Pundakit to Silanguin = P2,500

    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P1,500

    BIG BOAT (5-10 PAX) Balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA = P1500

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P2000

    Pundakit to ANAWANGIN = P2000

    Pundakit to TALISAYEN = P3000

    Pundakit to NAGSASA = P4000

    Pundaquit to SILANGEN = P6000

    Island hopping to Camara or Capones and Anawangin = P2500

    Island hopping to Camara, Capones and Anawangin = P3000

    BIG BOAT (11 pax and above) Balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P150/head

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P200/head

    Pundakit to Annawangin = P200/head

    Pundakit to Talesayen = P300/head

    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P400/head

    Pundakit to Silanguin = P600/head

    Island Hopping (CAMARA or CAPONES and ANAWANGIN) = P250/head

    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P300/head

    NOTE: All passenger will be issued with a lifejacket.

    Tent

    3 person = P250

    4 person = P300

    6 person = P500

    you can also visit my site @ http://dindonieva.multiply.com/

    At kung may gusto pa po kayong malaman o katanungan ay maaari nio po kaming tawagan o itxt sa 09172022692 at hanapin po si DINDO NIEVA or LIEZEL NIEVA…. salamat po and GOD BLESS….

    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

     
    At Apr 28, 2011, 8:39:00 PM, Blogger dindo said...

    Hi po, Update ko lang po yung nauna kong post about the standard boat rates. Salamat po…

    SMALL BOAT….(max of 4 pax)balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P700

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P1,000

    Pundakit to Annawangin = P1,000

    Pundakit to Talesayen = P1,500

    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P1,800

    Pundakit to Silanguin = P2,500

    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P1,500

    BIG BOAT (5-10 PAX) Balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA = P1500

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P2000

    Pundakit to ANAWANGIN = P2000

    Pundakit to TALISAYEN = P3000

    Pundakit to NAGSASA = P4000

    Pundaquit to SILANGEN = P6000

    Island hopping to Camara or Capones and Anawangin = P2500

    Island hopping to Camara, Capones and Anawangin = P3000

    BIG BOAT (11 pax and above) Balikan

    Pundakit to CAMARA island = P150/head

    Pundakit to CAPONES = P200/head

    Pundakit to Annawangin = P200/head

    Pundakit to Talesayen = P300/head

    Pundakit to Nagsasa = P400/head

    Pundakit to Silanguin = P600/head

    Island Hopping (CAMARA or CAPONES and ANAWANGIN) = P250/head

    Island HOPPING (CAMARA, CAPONES to ANAWANGIN) = P300/head

    NOTE: All passenger will be issued with a lifejacket.

    Tent

    3 person = P250

    4 person = P300

    6 person = P500

    you can also visit my site @ http://dindonieva.multiply.com/

    At kung may gusto pa po kayong malaman o katanungan ay maaari nio po kaming tawagan o itxt sa 09172022692 at hanapin po si DINDO NIEVA or LIEZEL NIEVA…. salamat po and GOD BLESS….

    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

     
    At May 3, 2011, 1:36:00 PM, Anonymous jennilyn said...

    hi there!just went to kuya jay-r and we had so much fun!hassle free trip and very enjoy!thanks kuya jay-r for accommodating us and helping us in our trip!pati na din sa mga bangkero niya and to his wife!very helpful kayong lahat!i highly recommend you kuya!
    here's kuya jay-r's number:09173809104..feel free to contact him and make reservations..

     
    At Aug 21, 2011, 1:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    may i know the breakdown of your expenses? =)

     
    At Aug 22, 2011, 10:21:00 AM, Anonymous mark said...

    hello po!highly recommended ko po si kuya jay-r para sa boatman in anawangin and nagsasa.just like jennilyn said siya din po ang naging boatman namin and very mabait po talaga siya and very accommodating.pinagluto pa nila kami ng wife niya and walang mga hidden charges unlike sa iba.free gamit kasi ng utensils and cr nila.and they also avail tour package including na po ung van to and from manila po.you can contact po si kuya at 09173809104.this is my way of saying thank you to kuya.helping him get more guests dahil very satisfying ang service nila.:)

     
    At Sep 5, 2011, 9:57:00 AM, Anonymous jay-r agasa said...

    hello po,jay-r agasa po ito.boatman from pundakit to anawangin,nagsasa island hop to capones and camara.salamat po kila sir mark at mam jenny for recommending us po dito.we are offering po a boat ride for a very affordable rate.contact niyo lang po kami at 09173809104.we will please to give you a satisfying service po.also,pwede din po kayo makahiram ng cooking utensils samin.salamat po.

     
    At Sep 13, 2011, 1:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi! what's the best resort in pundaquit? thanks

     
    At Oct 3, 2011, 4:26:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hello po.i recommend canoe beach resort.ok po ung lugar and affordable room rate pa po ang offer nila.tnough hindi ko po alam yung contact number nila kasi ung bangkero na lang namin ang nagreserved ng room para samin.text niyo na lang si kuya jay-r para sa infos.:0
    09173809104.

     
    At Oct 22, 2011, 10:08:00 PM, Blogger dindo said...

    Hi to Everyone,

    How can we assist you guys? Please let us know.
    We offer boat services and tent for rents.
    Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
    Thank you and God bless.

    Contact person: LIEZEL NIEVA / DINDO NIEVA
    Contact number: 09172022692

    Regards,
    DINDO NIEVA

     
    At Nov 2, 2011, 11:14:00 AM, Anonymous shela said...

    thank you kuya jay-r agasa for accommodating us last weekend!super enjoy ang trip and super sulit! next time ulit!try niyo din service nila kuya jay-r!ito number niya:09173809104

     
    At Apr 11, 2012, 8:26:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    if your looking for a very Large boat in pundakit-Anawangin Cove (50person capacity)
    try to call: 0922-8467501 ,0916-2761766 Jon

     
    At May 1, 2012, 8:39:00 PM, Blogger louie15 said...

    ask ko lang po pwde po ba mag-overnight sa camara island using tent po?plano ko po pumunta this month po commute lang ako heheh for aditional experience at para may maisuggest ulit akong magandang place na pwde puntahan ng mga kaibigan ko po...

     
    At May 6, 2012, 12:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    FOR BOATRIDE AND ISLAND HOPING PLEASE CONTACT VICENTE 09991774760

     
    At May 6, 2012, 12:22:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    we went to anawangin last april 28 and 29,2012 surprisingly over crowded na sya but still enjoy pa din and anawangin one of the cheapest and summer destination sa mga backpakers..and new thing sa akin is ung hiking sa side try nyo para makita nyo ang view from the mountain . warm pa din ang mga tao kahit di magkaka kilala parang ka pamilya concern lang ako sa basura at environment ng anawangin and capones island its getting worst sayang ang place kung di maalagaan may next destination is NAGSASA COVE May 26,2012 join na

     
    At Sep 26, 2012, 2:29:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    had so much fun in anawangin and i must say it was a very wonderful place! we avail jay-r agasa's service and it's good! two thumbs up for the good service they offer to us!his contact number: 09173809104.

     
    At Dec 20, 2012, 9:52:00 PM, Blogger Alan Arlantico said...

    SPECIAL PROMO FOR ANAWANGIN Tour Packages
    WITH FREE SNORKELING OR LIGHTHOUSE TOUR

    PACKAGE A
    >>>>P1200/head minimum of 12pax and above..
    >>>>> P1300/head minimum of 10-11pax
    >>>>>P1500/head minimum of 8-9pax
    PACKAGED INCLUDE:
    *Roundtrip AIRCON Van transfer all in
    *boat tour anawangin, capones camara island OR/ snorkeling
    *2 days 1 night stay in anawangin-entrance fee-
    *TENT FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    *gogles for snorkeling-cooking utensils
    *cooler na with ice pa
    *Mineral water(2container)
    *Bonfire woods 1seT
    *KITCHEN UTENSILS(kaldero, kaserola etc)

    We also offers boat package only for those commuters or with their own vehicle...

    Package B Rates
    P 500 per head for 10 pax above
    P 550 per head for 8 -9pax
    P650 per head for 6-7pax
    P550 per head for 5 pax
    Inclusions:(Pick up point: Town proper of San Antonio, Zambales)
    *Boat ride to Anawangin (round trip)
    *Island hopping (Capones / Camara Island)
    *Entrance fee / Environmental fee
    *TENT USAGE FOR YOUR GROUP CAPACITY
    *GOGLES FOR SNORKELING
    *cooking utensils (ihawan, kaldero,kutsilyo,pitsel,etc)
    *cooler WITH ICE pA..

    Additional 400 per head for food (4meals)MIN OF 8PAX
    FOR MORE INFO look for ALAN ARLANTICO: Smart: 09185595597 or 09399398456TM: 09358118095 Sun: 09223753555 please TExt or call for immediate response..
    DIRECT BOAT OPERATOR PO KAME SA ANAWANGIN O PUNDAQUIT KAYA MAKAKASIGURADO PO KYO NG MURA AT MAGANDANG SERBISYO........

     
    At Jan 5, 2013, 11:15:00 PM, Blogger Julian1221 said...

    Thank you sa post ng number ni jay-r :)

     
    At Mar 19, 2013, 9:04:00 AM, Anonymous jane said...

    sobrang ganda pa din sa anawangin!:) very relaxing though marami na din talaga ang nagsisipuntahan dahil sa summer na. pero sulit pa din at enjoy kami! maraming salamat kay kuya jay-r sa pag-asikaso samin pati na din sa misis nia,si ate lizelle. sobrang accommodating po nila,at totoong highly recommended! you can also avail their services,contact niyo na lang si kuya jay-r at 09173809104.

     
    At Apr 10, 2013, 9:44:00 PM, Blogger dindo said...


    Wanna visit this places?
    1. Agnaem
    2. Anawangin
    3. Talisayen
    4. Nagsasa
    5. Silanguin
    6. Capones and Camara island

    Book your Boat and Tent now.
    Packages are also available. Inquire now!

    Contact person: Liezel Nieva or Dindo Nieva
    Contact number:
    Globe: 09172022692
    Smart: 09995959623

    Dindo

     

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