Nagsasa Cove is a small sheltered bay in the province of Zambales. It is situated in Brgy. Pundaquit in the municipality of San Antonio. This crescent-shaped cove is an ideal beach hopping getaway if you are looking for a place to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city. The selling point of Nagsasa Cove is its camping site where there is no electricity and hotels. If you want to rekindle your Boy and Girl Scout years, this time camping by the beach, Anawangin cove is waiting for you.
Furthermore, you would definitely enjoy the distinctive and pleasant smell of Pine Trees as you sleep with your tent at night. However, it can be loud and noisy during peak season.
Getting there by Bus
- Go to Victory Liner bus Terminal either in Pasay or Cubao, take a bus ride bound to Iba or Santa Cruz, Zambales, Advised the driver to drop you off at San Antonio bus stopFare ranges from P270 and P360. Travel Time 5 hours.
- Take a 15-minute tricycle ride to Pundaquit, Trike terminal is right beside the bus stop. Fare P30/person, if you are in group, the fare is P100
- Boat Rental – we came in group we were charged P2500 for 3 days and 2 Nights island-hopping which include Nagsasa and Capones Island. Negotiation with the boatman always works.