Day: July 6, 2020

Talisayen Cove

f you’re looking for a crowd less spot to enjoy the beach on your own, consider visiting Talisayen Cove. It’s one of the coves in Zambales that Mt. Pinatubo eruption made like the Anawangin and Nagsasa Coves. When you get there, you’ll see no other structures aside from a viewing deck, nipa huts, and a …

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Magalawa Island

Magalawa is a 56-hectare island in Zambales. It is now a rising star on social media because of its fine white sand and pristine sandbar. Magalawa is a favorite of backpackers and those who are more into DIY adventures. One interesting fact you should know about Magalawa is that it is called the Island of …

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Potipot Island

One of the most popular beaches in Zambales is Potipot Island. It may be a small island but you’d definitely have enough (and more) of what you asked for a quick beach getaway. Some activities are also allowed like beach volleyball and snorkeling. You can also rent kayak in Potipot. It’s a good swimming spot …

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Subic Beach

From Manila, it will only take about three hours to reach The Subic Bay, that’s why it is one of the most visited beaches in Zambales. Subic beach caters to all kinds of travelers as there’s a wide range of choices, from budget-friendly to high-end resorts. Some are even theme parks and an inflatable island.

Camara Island

Camara Island If you want to go on a snorkeling trip, swimming, or just have a photoshoot, Camara Island is the perfect place for that! It features rocky hills, huge chunks of rock formations, boulders of rock and a sand beach. It also boasts a sandbar that only shows up every low tide or after …

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