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NAGSASA COVE – TOUR OVERVIEW

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They say every cloud has a silver lining, and Nagsasa and the other coves of  Zambales quite literally is living proof of this.

The beaches of the once rocky landscapes of Nagsasa Cove, amongst others, were transformed into beautiful white sand beaches after the eruption of Mt Pinatubo caused a huge ash cloud that landed in the surrounding areas of Zambales.

Now a popular tourist destination for nature lovers due to the lack of establishments, Nagsasa is the perfect destination for beach campers, who wish to unplug from the digital loop, and soak in the sun, sea, sand, pines and starry night skies.

Time to bond with friends, set up a bonfire and roast some mallows!

This tour is for you if you:

  • don’t mind getting a tan
  • love swimming and snorkeling
  • love meeting and socializing with new people
  • appreciate nature at its best
  • are a shutter bug

This tour is not for you if:

  • you consider 5 star air-conditioned accommodation and dining, a mini bar, and cable TV as your ideal getaway!

PACKAGE RATES

Our Joiners/Public Trips depart every Friday night (after midnight) and is the most economical way to travel on a budget, and meet new friends! We also schedule special trips during long weekends and public holidays.

If you join one of these trips, this means that you will be joined with other groups and travelers in the van and boat. You will not be required, however, to share tent accommodation with other groups.

If you prefer to travel on a weekday to avoid the crowds or would enjoy the luxury of your own vehicle/ boat exclusively for your group, then a Private Tour is for you!

2D/1N Public/Joiner Package Rates

  • Php 1,600 / pax | Group of 12-14 pax
  • Php 1,700 / pax | Groups of 6-11 pax
  • Php 1,800 / pax | Groups of 3-5 pax
  • Php 1,900 / pax | Solo Joiners or Couples

For a quotation for a private group please contact us via facebook.

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS

INCLUSIONS

  • Round Trip AC Private Land Transfers (Manila-San Antonio-Manila)
  • Round Trip Boat Transfers (Pundaquit-Capones-Camara-Nagsasa)
  • Fuel and Toll
  • Driver’s Allowances (Meals & Lodging)
  • Campsite Entrance Fee in Nagsasa Cove
  • Tent Accommodation at the Island
  • Life Vest
  • Driver/Coordinator
  • Purified Drinking Water
  • Use of cookwares (sharing)
  • Use of utensils/mess kit
  • Ice & Cooler
  • Bonfire

*Private tents among separate groups. Solo travellers and couples are guaranteed with private tent.

FREEBIE

  • Boat Fees for Capones and Camara Island Hopping
  • Picnic Hut/Table
  • Bonfire

EXCLUSIONS

  • Stove/LPG/Butane Cartridge/Charcoal
  • Snorkel Rental**
  • Sleeping Bag/beddings
  • Capones Entrance Fee
  • Meals (See below for options)

**There are local islanders/boat men that provide snorkel rentals. Prices may vary. You may also bring your own.

OPTIONAL

  • Local Tour Guide Fees for optional activities such as trekking

FOOD OPTIONS

  1. DIY: We will bring you to the market to buy your fresh produce, so that you can cook your own food in a traditional camping way
  2. Lazy DIY: Same as DIY, but you can pay for “paluto” service for 100/head for the entire stay
  3. Food package. We will take care of the food for Php 800/head (4 camp meals).*

Since the islands of Zambales are quite isolated, and the Island Camping Experience is what is unique about this trip, we recommend the “Lazy DIY” choice for food, so that you get to experience camping the easy way.

*Food package is subject to availability for private/large groups only

2D1N ITINERARY

Day 1
0100H Assembly at pick up point
0200H ETD Manila-Pundaquit
0500H Stop over in San Marcelino Public Market
0530H Breakfast
0645H ETA Pundaquit (jump off point)
0700H ETD Pundaquit to Nagsasa
0730H Sidetrip to Capones and Camara Island
0930H ETA Nagsasa
1000H Set up camp
1200H Lunch
1300H Free time (rest/nap/swim/explore cove)
1900H Dinner
2000H Socials / Bonfire

Day 2
0600H Wake up call
0630H Breakfast
0730H Free time (swim/explore cove/trek to waterfalls)
1200H Lunch
1530H Break camp
1600H ETD Nagsasa to Pundaquit
1645H ETA Pundaquit / wash up
1730H ETD Pundaquit to Manila
2100H ETA Manila

Where is Nagsasa?

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PACKAGE RATES

Our Joiners/Public Trips depart every Friday night (after midnight) and is the most economical way to travel on a budget, and meet new friends! We also schedule special trips during long weekends and public holidays.

If you join one of these trips, this means that you will be joined with other groups and travelers in the van and boat. You will not be required, however, to share tent accommodation with other groups.

If you prefer to travel on a weekday to avoid the crowds or would enjoy the luxury of your own vehicle/ boat exclusively for your group, then a Private Tour is for you!

2D/1N Public/Joiner Package Rates

  • Php 1,600 / pax | Group of 12-14 pax
  • Php 1,700 / pax | Groups of 6-11 pax
  • Php 1,800 / pax | Groups of 3-5 pax
  • Php 1,900 / pax | Solo Joiners or Couples

For a quotation for a private group please contact us via facebook.

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS

INCLUSIONS

  • Round Trip AC Private Land Transfers (Manila-San Antonio-Manila)
  • Round Trip Boat Transfers (Pundaquit-Capones-Camara-Nagsasa)
  • Fuel and Toll
  • Driver’s Allowances (Meals & Lodging)
  • Campsite Entrance Fee in Nagsasa Cove
  • Tent Accommodation at the Island
  • Life Vest
  • Driver/Coordinator
  • Purified Drinking Water
  • Use of cookwares (sharing)
  • Use of utensils/mess kit
  • Ice & Cooler
  • Bonfire

*Private tents among separate groups. Solo travellers and couples are guaranteed with private tent.

FREEBIE

  • Boat Fees for Capones and Camara Island Hopping
  • Picnic Hut/Table
  • Bonfire

EXCLUSIONS

  • Stove/LPG/Butane Cartridge/Charcoal
  • Snorkel Rental**
  • Sleeping Bag/beddings
  • Capones Entrance Fee
  • Meals (See below for options)

**There are local islanders/boat men that provide snorkel rentals. Prices may vary. You may also bring your own.

OPTIONAL

  • Local Tour Guide Fees for optional activities such as trekking

FOOD OPTIONS

  1. DIY: We will bring you to the market to buy your fresh produce, so that you can cook your own food in a traditional camping way
  2. Lazy DIY: Same as DIY, but you can pay for “paluto” service for 100/head for the entire stay
  3. Food package. We will take care of the food for Php 800/head (4 camp meals).*

Since the islands of Zambales are quite isolated, and the Island Camping Experience is what is unique about this trip, we recommend the “Lazy DIY” choice for food, so that you get to experience camping the easy way.

*Food package is subject to availability for private/large groups only

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2D1N ITINERARY

Day 1
0100H Assembly at pick up point
0200H ETD Manila-Pundaquit
0500H Stop over in San Marcelino Public Market
0530H Breakfast
0645H ETA Pundaquit (jump off point)
0700H ETD Pundaquit to Nagsasa
0730H Sidetrip to Capones and Camara Island
0930H ETA Nagsasa
1000H Set up camp
1200H Lunch
1300H Free time (rest/nap/swim/explore cove)
1900H Dinner
2000H Socials / Bonfire

Day 2
0600H Wake up call
0630H Breakfast
0730H Free time (swim/explore cove/trek to waterfalls)
1200H Lunch
1530H Break camp
1600H ETD Nagsasa to Pundaquit
1645H ETA Pundaquit / wash up
1730H ETD Pundaquit to Manila
2100H ETA Manila

Nagsasa Cove
Anawangin Cove
Light house at Capones Island, Zambales

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