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Beautiful islands off the coast
In a nutshell
Loved it! Will definitely come back here
There is no restaurant in the area so one can only eat on the resort and it's very expensive for me. But in San Antonio there are local restaurants lined near the Town hall. It's cheaper and you have plenty of choices.
Written Jan 12, 2011
Luggage and bags: Pack what you think you'll need unless you're not planning to stay more than an hour. Your boatman probably will not stay and will only come back on the time you agreed upon.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Lifevests since again some of the hired boatmen do not provide these.
Also maybe a change of clothes. For footwear, you may want to opt for some river sandals or something that doesn't easily come loose. When you get off the boat on the bigger Camera Island, it's hard to walk on the part of the beach where you have to step on corals and shells. I had somewhat of hard-time since I was wearing flip-flops.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Plenty of sunscreen unless you want a tan but then again you don't want to get sunburnt either.
Miscellaneous: Snorkeling equipment
Pack something to eat/drink; preferably water because it can get very hot even in the shade.
Updated Aug 2, 2006
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
Written Mar 8, 2013