Capones Island is another beach destination in San Antonio, Zambales. If you’re not too adventurous or you’re not the type of person who would want to go through the hassle of going to Anawangin Cove or Nagsasa Cove, then Capones Island might just be right for you. Capones Island is around 15 to 20 minutes boat ride from the shores of Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. I’m not sure how much it will cost to go there since Capones was just part of the Nagsasa trip that we had weeks ago.
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I must have spent most of my time with my camera during our stay at Nagsasa Cove last weekend. After we have set our camp and have eaten our lunch, I immediately grabbed my camera and tripod and started exploring the place. There were not much people that day except for a small group near our camp. In my opinion, one advantage of Nagsasa Cove over Anawangin Cove is the density of tourists that visit the place. If you’re into a serene and laid back type of vacation, then Nagsasa Cove is just right for you.
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