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Got there before Good Friday, part of the island hopping tour that includes anawangin and capones. Last time we opt to spend more time at anawangin but this time we like to try nagsasa cove. Both coves have similarities but for me I like nagsasa...More
We went here not by any boat ride rather by climbing Mt. Bira Bira. It's the off season month and it was raining really hard. We arrived all wet from the rain in the mountain and glad to see a ray of sunshine coming from...More
It is so worth making the trip out there for the scenery, but don't expect a remote experience.
Nagsasa Cove is operated by local campgrounds (tent villages) where you can rent tents and buy coal and firewood for cooking and campfires. If you rent a...More
2nd stop of our day island hopping, coming from Anawangin cove, it took 45 mins by boat. This enchanting cove was our private beach since we went there mid week, we really enjoyed the swim as no one else was there. We stayed there for...More
Went here during the off season and we had the island to ourselves. The beach and the mountain view is nice.There are little cottages where you could place your stuff, eat and cook your own food. You could also opt to go for a short...More
We stayed at the All Blue Nature Beach Resort in Nagsasa and enjoyed it tremendously. The resort is run by a very nice and friendly family who were very accommodating and provided for everything that we needed. The place is bounded by the river so...More
locals here should not rely the responsibility with the tourists alone. there should be strict rule in this island to maintain its cleanliness. Store owners / Camp site Owners should orient their campers on the rules and regulation in the Island.
Too crowded on the weekend. Tents were clumped together on all sides. The beach and water were littered with plastics. The CRs were too dirty that I practiced scheduling my pee. I couldn't appreciate the pine trees, all i could see were their canopies since...More
Nagsasa Cove has less people, bigger beachfront, few pine trees and has a better view than Anawangin. Expensive, yes! But it is worth it! There’s nothing much more to do in the island than to live in the moment. The lack of electricity and cellphone...More
Anawangin had been our favorite getaway since 2012 but it is our first time to try Nagsasa.
Nagsasa can be reached from Pundaquit jump-off in an hour.
Nagsasa has wider shoreline, more space for tourists, more views, more cottages (and cheaper!). Nagsasa can accomodate more...More