Before I share the wonderful adventure I had with new found friends, let me just insert this quick post about our scary boat trip going to Nagsasa Cove
Being reported as less crowded, I preferred to camp out at Nagsasa Cove and convinced my companions of the plan. I was glad they agreed to this and after spending some time exploring Anawangin Cove, we headed to Nagsasa Cove to camp for the night.
Nagsasa Cove is twice as far as Anawangin Cove, which is why a few prefer to go to this place. What caught me off guard was the boat trip going to this part of Zambales.
I decided to take a video of our boat ride to showcase the beautiful mountain ranges of Zambales. I wasn’t aware that what lies after the mountain ranges I was recording was Nagsasa Cove. And what transpired within that time was wickedly scary.
I was busy recording the mountain ranges and I failed to notice the commotion ongoing because of the sudden change of the waves in that area.
Like the rest of them, I was just relieved that we were able to make it to Nagsasa Cove in one piece. The weather was perfectly fine that day. But you should expect rough waves like these if you pass by this area going to and from Nagsasa Cove.
This is a series of travel stories on my trip to Zambales last February of 2011 to explore Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove and Capones Island. If you haven’t read on the first posts, please check on the links below and please wait for the rest of the series….
- How to Get to Zambales from Cebu or other destinations
- Choosing Zambales to Explore Anawangin Cove and Nagsasa Cove