“Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” –John Muir
They say some travels require a lot of planning, but this time, it was an impromptu decision that we went to a really peaceful beach view that is not known so much.
A few hours away (around 4-5) from Manila, is this gem in Zambales. This hidden paradise is located in Baranggay San Antonio, Zambales. This part of Zambales is known for its beautiful coves and landscapes.
We planned to go to Nagasasa Cove but the waves was already hard at that time, forcing a boat ride to that shore could cause to a capsized boat. So the boatmen redirected the vessel instead to what they called ‘Little Anawangin’ or the Agnaem Cove.
As we neared the shore, white sand beach came into view and the green mountains at the background adding a perfect touch to the whole scenery. It’s a great way to get off the grid for some time, fast from all the technological connections, and just have a quiet time by yourself or with your friends. Definitely, this is the place to be. All you have there are the mountains, the breeze, some waterfalls, the beach and the tranquility.
“Wilderness is not a luxury but necessity of the human spirit.” –Edward Abbey