Talisayin Cove

Anawangin used to be Zambales’ best kept secret until its popularity went viral, enabled by the interwebs. Now for those who miss the quiet and serene Anawangin or would like to know how it used to be like you can head down to Talisayin Cove.

The beach features a vacation house and a viewing deck that overlooks the peaceful beach. Inland there is a river that has the Zambales mountains as a backdrop.

How to go to Talisayin Cove

From Manila, head to San Antonio, Zambales using the travel directions here. Upon reaching Pundaquit, ask boatmen to send you to Talisayin, which takes around an hour.

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