Loving Nagsasa Cove

Of all the wonderful spots in San Antonio (Zambales), Nagsasa Cove is the closest to my heart. It has this rugged charm that captivated me.

Those pine trees that surround the calm lagoon against a mountain backdrop is a wallpaper-worthy landscape that will surely ease any weary soul. The sound of the blowing wind coming from the mountain adds to the serenity of the place. It is very relaxing just to sit by the lagoon and relish all its glory.

Outside the lagoon, Nagsasa offers waves that are good for skim boarding. I found an enthusiast relaxing along the shore after trying out the seawater.

Nagsasa is more serene than its neighbor Anawangin, thanks to the higher rate of visitors on the latter. I only stayed for a few hours here, but the time spent was all worth it. I had so much fun and relaxed time I intend to come back and camp for a night or two.


22 thoughts on “Loving Nagsasa Cove”

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ Nagsasa is a wonderful place for landscape shutterbugs. That’s my plan, too. I’ll make sure I do that before the year ends. Thanks for dropping by Jonna. πŸ™‚


    1. Thanks, Claire! I dropped by Anawangin on the way back to Pundaquit. It was so crowded and noisy, very much different from Nagsasa. I hope visitors and locals maintain its serenity. I’ll try camping there for sure! πŸ™‚


  1. Love your photos. Simple and elegant, not overcomposed. Looks like a nice tranquil place, if only I were the rough-and-tumble kind of traveler. πŸ™‚


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