The Majestic Nagsasa Cove

Sunday, March 27, 2011

After a short stop in Anawangin Cove, we sailed again for an hour to another majestic cove. Welcome to Nagsasa Cove! :)

I haven't tried to camp out in Nagsasa Cove. We went here just for a day trip. We don't really like the idea of camping out. It's just a bit of a hassle for us since we are all girls in the group. It's my birthday and I want this to be a relaxing experience. But if I were to choose where to camp out between Nagsasa and Anawangin, I would definitely choose this one.
Nagsasa Cove
see? it is less crowded compared to anawangin
The boat ride from Pundaquit Shores to Nagsasa could take 1 and a half hours depending on water condition. Sometimes the waves can be nasty so it is important to place your stuff inside a plastic bag so they won't get wet.
peace out yeoh!
wearing life vests :)
Like in Anawangin, Nagsasa have small stores near the beach. They sell basic neccessities but it is pricey.
reflection :)
Why choose Nagsasa Cove?

  • It is more secluded compared to Anawangin Cove.
  • It has a bigger beach area. 
  • You will enjoy trekking to the waterfalls. It is only about 30 minute trek but you have to hire a guide so you won't get lost like what happened to us haha.
  • There are amazing rock formations that is perfect for photoshoots! Camwhores and shutterbugs will really love this place.

perfect for photoshoot di ba? haha

medyo tuyot dito kapag summer :(

trekking to the waterfalls
We stayed in Nagsasa for a couple of hours. We had our lunch there after trekking. Sad to say but we have to leave at around 1 PM because we are heading to Capones Island, our last destination.
Bye Nagsasa :)

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