anawangin cove is located in Barangay Pundakit,San Antonio,Zambales and you can go there by boat.It is a 30-40 minutes boat ride from Pundakit and you will not be boring while riding on a boat because the sceneries are very fascinating and you wouldn't want to miss the opportunity to take pictures of the view..After you arrived in anawangin,you will have to pay 100 per head entrance fee for the maintenance of the cove as said by the caretakers there.100 per head is for your overnight stay already..Day tour will charge 50pesos per head.No signal and electricity on the cove just the luscious pine trees(agoho)all over the place.There is a typical "province" comfort rooms there and a "poso" as a source of water there.But you have to bring your drinking water and source of light on the cove.you can go bonfire but on selected area only preferably along the beach so that no trees will harm while you go bonfire.(you know what i mean).
I can give you the number of my contact boatman there in anawangin so that you can arrange your trip to them.It's better to contact your boatman even before your arrival so that they can reserve you the boat and tent you will be needing on your camp.This is kuya jay-r's no.:09173809104.Go make reservations.you can also check out his fb account:jay-r agasa..
Anawangin is said to be "little boracay" but not as modernized as boracay as of today.I like the simplicity of the cove and i hope that it will remain as it is today.No electricity and no signal,a really relaxing place..And please remember the LEAVE NO TRACE policy..Thanks..!
09173809104-kuya jay-r's number.