Whenever I blog about a particular place, what I usually write are the things I remember right there and then. The lighthouse was the first thing that crossed my mind; however, I did not actually have a decent picture of it. I only have one that is really a standout among the many.
This sole picture will show you the beauty of Capones Island. After all, a picture can paint a thousand words.
Capones Island in Pundaquit (Zambales) is characterized by huge rock formations, grasslands (brown in the picture because summer was at its peak-2010), and huge rock formations encircled by coral beaches.
Photo Source (PS): iPhone 2G
For more information (activities, how to get to the place, tips, where to stay, etc.), please click this site: lakwatsero.com.
- Half day tour: Camara, Capones, Nagsasa, Anawangin (neldeleon.wordpress.com)
- Pundaquit: Gateway to the Coves and Islands of Zambales (neldeleon.wordpress.com)
- Soaked and Sunkissed in Scenic Zambales Pt. 1 (vacacionista.wordpress.com)
- Capones Island 2nd time around (xyzadexplorer.wordpress.com)
- Wild Rose Beach Inn: Pundaquit, Zambales Accommodation (neldeleon.wordpress.com)