Survivor Silanguin

A 3-day,2-night getaway. No signal, no electricity.

Silanguin Cove, San Antonio, Zambales.

1. We met a few people there. I mean few people. There were only few visitors that is why I really enjoyed the place.

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2. In the morning, we stayed in our kubo. In the evening, we slept in our tents.

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3. Ruined trees was such an amazing view.

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4. Coupled with an epic view.

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5. You can rest in their nice “sun-bathing” kubo.

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6. In the far part of the Cove, some properties were already bought. But you can also try walking the cove tip-to-tip. I guess it would take 3-4 hours of walk.

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7. To get there, you would have to ride a boat. It’s a 1.5 to 2 hrs of boat-ride from Pundaquit Beach.

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