the cove

Camping is one of the things which is included on my bucket list. It took time for me to do it because I don't have the camping gears and I never thought of buying them because I don't intend to do it all the time. I only wanted to experience it.


 
 


Google has always been my best friend. I stumbled upon a group tour called "Pinoy Caravan" which offers camping trip to Nagsasa Cove in Zambales.


 
 
 

These interesting information  caught my attention:

NO SIGNAL.
NO INTERNET.
NO WIFI.
NO TV.
NO ELECTRICITY.







The offer was so good. I only need to make a payment for the entire trip which only cost me less than 2k.  I don't have to worry about the transportation, the  food , the tent  where I will sleep. I just have to bring my personal belongings and my sense of adventure.



 



I was included in a group of  seven. Three of us were solo travelers and  the rest were "barkada" who welcomed us wholeheartedly to their group. "The more the many-er" was what they said, or rather," the more the merrier".





 


Nagsasa Cove is located in San Antonio, Zambales. The drive took around 3 hours  from Manila to Pundaquit. The boat ride went  around 1-2 hours. It was quite tiring and I even managed to sleep long during the trip . But it's worth the wait. Once we set foot at the camp site, all I saw was an awesome secluded place. .


 






Everything unfolded thru my very eyes. The beach was so beautiful and so serene. I got a lot of totally breathtaking views.
 
 

 



I wanted to say that it was an escape in the truest sense of the word.

The  place allowed me to forget everything about technology and social media! It was definitely out of my comfort zone and I totally loved it, seriously...!

 

 




TRIVIA: This landscape was shaped by the massive volcanic eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in 1991.
 

 
 

 

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