Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Camara Island, San Antonio Zambales


Camara Island is the closest island to Pundaquit beach, which is also adjacent to Capones Island a reason why these 2 islands are always included in the island hopping adventure locals offer to visitors of San Antonio. Similar to Capones this island is also a big lump of rock with rocky shoreline, the sand is also white although not powdery. actually instead of sand you will find a lot of very small white pebbles. But unlike Capones, you can find trees in Camara!


when it's low tide, you can walk to the other side,
in between the islands is this stone walkway, when it is low tide you can walk to the other small island



the rocky shoreline  of Camara
with my friends.. the small white pebbles mixed with the sand are also visible in this photo 

from Camara Island you can see on the opposite side the mountainous side of San Antonio


This won't be a great place to stay for long buts still worth a visit! Enjoy the view at Camara Island! Smiley


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12 comments:

  1. Stunning view, looks like the helicopter island in Palawan.Great shot.!

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  2. wow sis! Didn't know Zambales had a hidden gem. =)

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  3. Wow, vivi, Great Photography! Such a beautiful beach! I love the Philippines!

    Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Jupiter Jim

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  4. Been to Camara as part of Anawangin island hopping adventure which also included Anawangin and Capones. It's nice to just laze around in this area and also swim.

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  5. This is actually one of the islands we failed to visit during a summer vacation in Zambales. Too bad we just passed through this island.Hopefully next time, I will join a friend and make sure na mapuntahan ko to.

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  6. I've never been to San Antonio. Its not m kind of thing since I'm not a happy camper and I don't know how to swim. But the scenery is impeccable. I hope places like this is maintained and preserved.

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  7. As always, great shots of an already beautiful place. At present, I can only hope to travel because of my responsibilities thus I'm thankful to see places through your photos. Thanks.

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  8. wow the place is sooo beautiful, i wanna go there too! youre lucky to capture it :) ive never been to zambales but it should be in my list now after seeing your photos :)

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  9. pebbled sandy clear watered beach, who could wrong with this... ganda... funny looking island at your back.. parang me buntot... LOL. nice captures. Yahweh bless.

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  10. My family love beach.I suddenly miss Puerto Galera upon seeing your photos. Great shots.

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  11. really beautiful and by the way love your pic at the stone path...it has innocence in it...i can never explain...really nice...:D

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