Sunday morning. The waves are calm and ready to take us to a wonderful journey on the islands and coves of Zambales – Camara, Capones, Nagsasa, Anawangin.

Camara Islands is the nearest from Pundaquit. It took us around 30 minutes to reach these small, twin islands.

We did not dock at Capones Island because it will take an hour of hiking to reach the lighthouse. I just took a picture and promised myself to return.

The sea was calm when we started sailing towards Nagsasa Cove, the farthest spot from Pundaquit. The ride got bumpy when we were twenty minutes away from the paradise because the wind coming from the mountains are against our direction. It was worth it; the view of the lagoon and the sculpted mountain is just breathtaking.

On our way back past noon, we briefly stopped at Anawangin Cove. First to become popular among the other coves, it was filled with campers when we arrived. One nice jump shot for a fun family trip.

Departure from Pundaquit: 0630

Arrival at Pundaquit: 1300

For boat trips, contact Mike Bactad at 0928 340 5136 / 0927 780 1312

Victory Liner Caloocan passes through San Antonio, Zambales daily.

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