Pundaquit Sports & Outdoors

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    SURFING COMPETITION

    by davidjo Written Jul 20, 2013
    heats for the local competition

    There is a surfing competition every year in August, and just so the locals get some practice in there is also one a towards the end of July. Surfers come from different parts of the country to compete. The heats are already posted in the village.

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    SURF BOARDS FOR RENT

    by davidjo Written Jul 20, 2013
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    There were a friendly group of long haired guys that had perhaps 15 surf boards for rent. They were all locals and live for the surf, sometimes traveling to different parts of the country to take part in competitions, but when i met them they were anxiously waiting for the first waves of the season to appear. You can rent their boards for 200 pesos an hour, but me, not being a surfer cannot comment about the price, but i am sure they will give a daily rate should you inquire. They have a shack on the beach just before Sam's Resort, 30 meters before the road ends at the river. You will see a blue sign in the shape of a surfboard that is nailed to a tree above the roof of their shack. I think the sign says 'Tagadagat, Mandadagat' or something similar.

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    SCUBA DIVING

    by davidjo Written Jul 19, 2013
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    This place was about to open soon and was advertising scuba diving as well as fishing trips. It appeared to be Korean or Japanese run, and was not so far from the center of the village. I suspect that it will mainly cater for the Korean/Japanese clientele. There was a promo offer of 299 pesos to enter for 4 hours which included a free ice tea, use of the swimming pool and sauna. For me, a sauna would be the last thing on my mind in a warm country.

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    Surfing in Pundaquit

    by IamPam Written Mar 8, 2013
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    You might be surprised that Pundaquit is also a surfing spot in Zambales. Aside from San Narciso, this unassuming town has a secret surfing spot which the locals call "Magic Left". Magic left could be found at the end of town. During our visit, We crossed a river that cuts to the beach to get to the spot.

    Magic left is most popular during typhoon season because the waves here are more organized than in San Narciso. However, be aware that the bottom of the beach at Magic left is filled with corals and rocks so be ready to get hurt every once in a while.

    Equipment: Surf Board...First aid kit...beach shoes

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