How to get to Nagsasa cove
Nagsasa cove is located at San Antonio Zambales.
If you like a camping like beach adventure then this is the place to be.
Currently, the cove is devoid of any hotel, motels or large infrastructures, no celphone signal and electricity. There are just a few houses which served as the caretaker’s house . There are about 2 sarisari store but mind you because the area is secluded, price of commodities are almost double.
There is also a hiking trail that will lead you to a small water fall, although; at summer time these waterfall dries up.
The water current in the cove is relatively calm and the beach front slope gradually.
Comparing to Anawangin, personally, Nagsasa is a much better choice.
If you want a solemn vacation in a very pristine ecosystem then you can’t go wrong with Nagsasa Cove.
How to get to Nagsasa cove:
From Victory Liner in Pasay ride the bus going to Olangapo cost around 218 pesos
At the Victory Terminal in Olangapo ride the bus going to Zambales. Alight at San Antonio Municipal Hall cost around 44 pesos.
Ride a tricycle going to Pundaquit shore . tricycle fare around 30 per pesos x 3 = 90 pesos
Ride a boat to Nagsasa cove . the rate for a small boat(5 person capacity) is around 2500 pesos, back and forth. They will pick you up depending on the agreed time.
Total cost for a trip from Manila to Nagsasa cove
Bus ride back and forth manila to olongapo= 436
Bus ride to zambales back and forth = 88
Tricycle ride =180
Boat ride = 2500
Total of = 3204 pesos , if you are a group of 5 then it would only be around 1144 pesos.
If you are travelling by sctex then the bus ride would be around 250-260 pesos.
san antonio municipal hall
boat ride to nagsasa cove (10-20 people capacity)