My favorite thing? This particular signage on the beach at Anawangin!!!
(this tip is dedicated to little matt gonzales) :P
As I said in another tip, the facilities at Anawangin Cove is rudimentary, especially the toilet and bathroom. :) You have to grin and bear it. Bring a lot of tissue paper!
Anawangin Cove is a beautiful secluded place which is starting to become a destination of choice for nature lovers coming to Pundaquit.
But there is no grabage facility on the cove. We have to be responsible for our litter. Please do bring your garbage back with you from Anawangin. Don't be a litter bug and destroy the Anawangin experience for those who will come after you.
Be kind to mother nature.
Hi! Just got back from Anawangin today. The weather was fine but it started to rain as we were going home. The place is so beautiful.
Just so you know,
1)there's no potable water there and no place to buy anything so please bring everything you need.
2)please be sure you have an all-weather tent because it has been raining (although it just drizzled a bit when we were there).
3) There is a public toilet and a public shower at both the Anawangin and pundaquit beaches.
4. There is a very deep portion of the beach at Anawangin and it's just about 10 meters away from the shore so please take care. The slope is really so sudden and we got a little shock back there when 2 of our companions almost drowned. The place is just after the part of the river that meets the sea. Aside from the steep slope, there is an undercurent there too. Not to scare you but just to make you aware of it so you can take care.
Yon lang po. If you want to read on our experience, please feel free to drop by my blog at http://www.pinas-et-al.blogspot.com. Ciao!
Fondest memory: The walk on the river... it's a picturesque and enjoyable spot.