Nagsasa Cove is a well-kept secret even though it is close to several other better known spots. The pristine white beach is backed by mountains with streams and waterfalls running down to the sea. The ocean itself is crystal-clear and shimmers with an inviting azure shade of blue in the warm sunshine.
Unlike Anawangin, a popular cove nearby, Nagsasa Cove is nearly deserted most of the time, allowing you to relax and enjoy the beauty of the natural surroundings.
The northern end of the beach provides a camping site that includes good, clean bathrooms. There are usually only a few tents to be seen at this site. The caretaker of the site and the other few local people are very friendly and helpful to the travelers who come here.
It remains to be seen how long this wonderful place can remain as unknown and as unspoiled as it is at the moment. If you are a person who loves untouched, beautiful, natural settings then you will find yourself very much at peace here.
In conclusion, Nagsasa Cove is nearly deserted, completely unspoiled and has some of the most gorgeous scenery in this part of Luzon.
Photo from: pundaquit.com