Travel Snap: Nagsasa Cove , Zambales

All these happened because my bestfriend Jhae posted a photo with her boyfriend, saying that she misses him a lot and can't wait to be with him and dip in the beach! and i bummed at the comment box and said, "sama ako!" . It was just.. nothing! hahahaha.. but then, I'm glad Jhae messaged me, "gusto mo sumama?"
Syempre, nahihiya ako! LOL, pero dahil summer, I want some getaways too.. and finally, I agreed. and gusto naman DAW nila ako isama... :)

She invited me to the event (FB app) and all details were in : place, call-time, iterinary, things to bring and etc.. :))

NAGSASA here we coooommmeee!!


Before anything else, this is a brief intro about Nagsasa Cove, Zambales...

Nagsasa is a beautiful beach with a mountain range, cool for pictures.. It has fine white/grey sand, finer sand under its waters, abundant trees around, and a peaceful aura for privacy.

Nagsasa Cove is almost 45 minute boat ride from the shores of Pundaquit, Zambales. On your way to the cove you will pass by the Camara Island, Anawangin Cove and Talisayin.  Aetas are the most common locals of the place and they are very friendly and accommodating especially if you need a guide in getting around the corners of Nagsasa Cove (trekking and hiking) and other nearby islands.

Sneek Peak of Views....

This trip was accommodated by Wheelmo Transport c/o Kuya Jesse and the driver Kuya Ronald!

Awesome package for only P1,550.00 each , which includes, private van, boat, tent, water, ice, kaldero, ice box... and.... i sooo love their van! - A KARAOKE VAN!

After singing, we watched for the Nth time... ONE MORE CHANCE. huhuhuhu.. *cried*

After 6 hours of road trip, we finally reached Pundaquit, Zambales and we're on our way to Nagsasa by a pam boat!

After quarter of an hour, we reached NAGSASA COVE! hurrraaaaaaaaaahh!

ME with HB people.


And its almost sunset..... and be yet ready for dinner and night camp at shore. :)

YEEAAY! Night time! Hello FIREEEEE! 

GRILLED HOT DOG ON STICKS! with buhangin! :D

S-M-O-R-E-S... yummmmeh!
Night Swimming! 
Day TWO: The TREKKING DAY snapshots.....

Heeeyy, a cold spring at peak!

It took us almost 3 hours to trek all way back. It was soooo tiring, and im so thirsty! :(

We prepared our lunch and dip in to the beach!! :)


And the time to say BABAY to Nagsasa! It was a great experience indeed! So fun and relaxing! (except the trekking) hihihi......

Our boat back again to Pundaquit port.

TIP!! TIP!! TIP!! 
Magdala ng balabal and sunblock, kasi kahit hangin nakakaitim.... as in itim.... :)) 

Oh dba.. Abu-Dhabi levels lang! HARRR HARR!


  • Mag-picture ( charge cameras, bring extra extra extra batteries ) Waley MERALCO! 
  • Kumain
  • Swimming
  • Trekking
  • Mangunguha ng panggatong para sa bonfire
  • SUNBLOCK - Ayan. Kasasabi ko lang sa taas.
  • MATCH AND COAL - mahal bumili dun PROMISE! 
  • CAMERA / TRIPOD - para lahat kasama sa picture, o dba! kabog!
  • ZIPLOCK - sa mga gadgets na hindi waterproof jan, just in case
  • FOOD - mahal nga bumili dun, so bring de-lata nalang and something to ihaw
  • KITCHEN UTENSILS / DETERGENT - ayan, para di kau magluto sa kung saan! hmp.

FUN !! FUN !!! FUN!!!!!!!!

~ Ikaw, saan ka nag-summer??

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