Browsing pictures from years back, I came across a beach destination we, beach enthusiast, used to frequent and is a popular among surfers. Being off from tourist maps, only little communities of board riders and salt water savvy knew about the small baranggay known for its occasional surfs. Let’s take a peek at Baranggay Liwliwa. Read more…
, yes including me, head towards the western coast for another “business trip” to Zambales. Today’s trip will take us to one that has become a favorite among me and my friends. But for this journey, we’re here to share and let another group experience why it become a chart-buster for us. Personally, I’ve been to the three popular coves of San Antonio and featured it here in Biyaherong Barat’s Biyaheng Zambales, but let me tell you, and show you why the Nagsasa Cove make a good beach destination. Read more…
Blogging about this feature took me a while before I actually started writing. Took me quite a while and does not know where to even begin with. I took a stroll down memory lane and browsed photos of previous visits in this resort, and, for some time years ago, we kept coming back.
Two weeks ago, after 4 long years, we made it back in this coastal town of Zambales, but this time, we’re here not feed our cravings for that salt water and beach vibes, rather on a mission letting others experience the fun and memorable moments we treasure before. These memorable moments pulled us back to were it all began. Let me tell you about this local weekend spot, then let me tell you about . Let’s go to Crystal Beach, San Narciso, Zambales. Read more…
Experience the outdoors in a fun adventure to Luzon’s hidden getaways. Live the island life in either Calaguas Island, Quezon Province, Zambales, or Batangas. Be charmed by the majestic view of the pristine beaches. All of these in one memorable overnight trip.
Explore the beauty of these places in a package tour of your choice. Rates range from P1,900 AND UP depending on your choice of destination/s. PACKAGE INCLUDES transportation (van and boat transfers), 3 meals (lunch, dinner, and breakfast), entrance fees, and camping equipment.
It’s affordable and hassle-free! Live life and make memories.
For inquiries, call or text YANI () or MARU (), or message us here on .
DESTINATIONS & RATES (based on a 10 persons per group rate):
Calaguas Island (3 Days 2 Nights) – P3,700 per person
Anawangin Cove – P2,200.00 per person
Nagsasa Cove – P2,500.00 per person
Silanguin Cove – P2,800.00 per person
Capones Island – additional P200
Crystal Beach (Package A) - P1,900 per person
Crystal Beach (Package B) - P2,500 per person
Crystal Beach (Package C) - P2,800 per person
Pacific Recreation Kamp (The Park) – P1,900 per person
Cagbalete Island – P2,900 per person
Laiya, San Juan – P3,300 per person
PACKAGE INCLUDES (inclusion vary from destinations):
Sea Transfers (if necessary)
Tent/s and sleeping equipment (for outdoor packages)
Meals – lunch, dinner & breakfast
*Cagbalete Island package consist of 5 meals
*Crystal Beach package B and C has resort’s complimentary breakfast
MORE PICTURES & DESTINATIONS IN . (More pictures also)
San Antonio, Zambales’ Hidden Beaches: Silanguin Cove
Situated facing the vast South China Sea, Zambales boasts of numerous beaches every nature lover, intrepid travelers, and thrill seekers would love to visit. Being within a three-hour-travel proximity from Manila made the coastal province a weekend warrior’s favorite escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Our weekend escape warped us to an isolated paradise in one of San Antonio’s well-kept coves called Silanguin. Read more…
Re-visiting Potipot Island Of Candelaria, Zambales
At the infancy of my wandering back in college, newbies like me had few less options when it comes to destinations. Confined with limited knowledge of destinations and traveling ideas, I was bound to nearby locations. Not far up north in a province called Zambales lies coastal destinations promising pristine beaches and offering a wide array of adventure awaiting the intrepid traveler. One of Zambales’ provinces is a paradise locals of Candelaria take pride of. I’ve been here once and was committed to revisiting the unspoiled island of called Potipot. Read more…