San Antonio Transportation

  • tiny tricycles.
    tiny tricycles.
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  • the main street where you catch the bus
    the main street where you catch the bus
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    Tricycle Parked at the Corner of Public...
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    TRIKE TO PUNDAQUIT

    by davidjo Written Jul 20, 2013
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    Tricycles to Pundaquit will cost 30 pesos per person and you will see many trikes parked in the main street waiting for passengers.
    Victory Liners frequently travel north to Santa Cruz and Iba, and local buses will go as far as Olongapo while the Liners go to various parts of Manila.

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    "Bancas"/Small Boat

    by cyndymc Updated Feb 8, 2010

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    Bancas Used For Island Hopping

    From Pundakit to the Islands, you will have to ride in a banca. We rode in a small banca when we went to Camara & Capones Islands, then to Anawangin Cove. Tourists are usually fetched and brought back to Pundakit by the same boatman. Boat capacity is 4-5 persons, depending on the weight; baggage & supplies will use another boat.

    Standard rates for island and cove hopping:

    • Camara Island: P700.00
    • Capones Island: P800.00
    • Anwangin Cove: P900.00
    • Camara and to Capones: P900.00
    • Camara and to Capones and to Anawangin: P1,500.00
    • Nagsasa Cove or Silanguin Cove: P1,500.00

    To check if rates have changed, inquire from Randy Aniceto (our boatman/skipper) at +639093120345 and/or +639162732887

    Related to:
    • Beaches
    • Camping
    • Adventure Travel

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    Tricycle

    by cyndymc Updated Apr 8, 2009

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    Tricycle Parked at the Corner of Public Market

    If you decide to commute going to San Antonio, you will have to take a tricycle going to Pundakit. We brought our own car going to Pundakit, San Antonio, but for the sake of commuters, I asked about commuting around. I learned that tricycle are everywhere almost 24 hours a day. In fact, before you find them, the tricycle drivers will likely call your attention from every direction and ask you to take their trikes for the ride. I suggest you hail the first one who called you, or the nearest one. Just mention the name of the resort you made reservations at Pundakit. Tricycle fare is P60 for every 2 passengers and an extra P30 for an extra head. Travel time is more or less 10 minutes.

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    • Photography
    • Beaches

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    Going to Anawangin Cove

    by pres_16 Updated Jul 6, 2008

    Take the bus- Victory Liner (Caloocan) bound for Iba or Sta. Cruz Zambales. Get off at the town proper of San Antonio then take a tricycle to Pundaquit. From Pundaquit, take the boat going to Anawangin.

    For your guide needs, please contact Mang Alfring 09196498563 or Kuya Romeo 09283829947.

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    Get ready to get wet

    by zippee Written Jun 8, 2007

    Upon reaching Pundaquit, ask for a boatman to bring you to Anawangin, you wouldn't have a hard time looking for one as there are a lot of them along the shoreline. A small boat can have a maximum of 5 persons including the boatman, and the standard rate is P200 per head, or P800 per boat. a bigger boat that can accommodate 15 persons can also be requested for P2,400.00. Both rates are two-way already, just clear to the boatman the time that he needs to go back and pick you up.

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    • Adventure Travel
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Tricycle

    by zippee Written Jun 8, 2007

    After getting your provisions, ask a tricycle driver to bring you to Pundaquit, a barangay in san antonio famous for its beaches and the jump point to Anawangin. The 20 minute ride will cost you P25 per head, a tricycle can accommodate maximum of three passengers.

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    Victory will take you there

    by zippee Written Jun 8, 2007

    Go to Victory Liner Bus terminal either in Pasay or Caloocan, and get an Iba, Zambales bound bus, the earlier the better. We took the 5 am bus and we reached San Antonio a little pass 11 am. Just asked the bus conductor to drop you off in San Antonio Public Market because you can buy your food provisions in the market and the tricycle terminal is also near there.

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    • Beaches
    • Adventure Travel
    • Hiking and Walking

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