Camp along the beach in Anawangin: "The splashing of waves makes a good lullabye" Top 5 Page for this destination Province of Zambales Hotel Tip by f8stop

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  morning in anawangin
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      morning in anawangin
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      our tents behind a nipa hut shed
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      baggage marked the spot for their tents
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      despite the sign there was some smoking & drinking
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There are no lodging facilities in Anawangin Cove. All visitors are expected to bring their own tents/hammocks and other sleeping equipment.

The beach has caretakers, though. And depending on which part of the beach you pitch your tent, you will be asked to pay a maintenance fee of P50 (about 1 USD) or P150 (about 3 USD) per person.

I suggest you settle on the middle part of the beach near the water pumps and public toilets. Fee here is P50/person. Both the lake (to the left) and the rockies (to the right at the edge of the cove) are a short walk from here.

*It is probably best if your tents are under trees or between other foliage in case of rain and also to protect them from strong gusts of wind from the sea. (it did not rain when we were there but it DID get windy)

Price: less than US$20
Theme: Campground

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Mar 14, 2008
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