Anawangin Cove, Pundaquit
(3.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
A sweeping crescent of soft volcanic sands framed by evergreen pines and cerulean sea, Anawangin Cove welcomes you to a quiet sanctuary of natural beauty. Sitting beneath the dramatic backdrop of Mount Pinatubo, the terrain here was forever changed after the 1991 eruption, said to have contributed to the soft sand and flourishing forest. Rent a boat and explore the cove, or take a slow ramble through leafy trails before refreshing yourself with a dip in crystal clear waters. You're likely to see bonfires along the beach in the evening, with the forest providing a perfect spot for camping. A visit to Anawangin Cove represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Pundaquit trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • The place is magical and one can feel an instant connection with nature. No signal so it can offer a complete retreat from the "busy world" even for a short time. I even put up a hub for this place (T...  more »
  • it's not the nicest place but really worth your money. Or maybe I just find camping sweet because you can feel the nature better. In Anawangin, we not just camped, we also hiked that hill overlooking ...  more »
  • I went their with my friends last summer vacation. Very quite, peaceful, beautiful, amazing, adventurous.. Love the nature so much, the rocks, the mountains, the sand, a very wonderful place you shoul...  more »