Its Summer time and its freaking hot, time to hit the beach!
My brother Sai asked me to tag along with them in Nagsasa Cove, Zambales [woohoo!]. They say Nagsasa Cove is similar to Anawangin Cove, where there are lots of pine trees and is still a virgin beach. Itâ€™s about an hour boat ride from Pundakit, Zambales. While exploring the different islands in Pundakit, we saw lots of flying fishes, some of them were even flying in a curve path [my first time to see that kind of stuff!]. The water is lucid allowingÂ you to view the bottom of the sea clearly.
You could also go to Nagsasa Cove via a 6-hour trek from Subic that requires you to get permits from certain tribes to avoid getting involved with their local tribe wars [literal Survivor-tribe wars ata to, parang panahon ni Lapu-lapu, kakatakot!].
Before going there, we had a couple of side trips in the surrounding islands. First stop was Camara Island. Itâ€™s a small island that isnâ€™t inhabited, but itâ€™s still a popular tourist spot in Zambales because of the beach. It also has a cliff where you could climb and see a breathtaking view of the surroundings.