Capones Island, Zambales, Philippines

Capones Island is located in Barangay Pundaquit in Zambales and is legendary for its lighthouse built during the Spanish era around the year 1890 with the Filipino’s bare hands. The lighthouse is one of the most popular landmarks in the province as it creates a commanding and cinematic image high over the cliffs that lure people to marvel both at the structure and the enchanting panorama of the sea and the sky.

Described by many as an island with a figure of a man’s face on its side, Capones Island with its white sand and green waters is truly one of the hidden paradise getaways in the Philippines that attracts foreign and local visitors who travel Zambales for a unique holiday experience. Barangay Pundaquit in San Antonio, Zambales is a 5-hour road trip from Manila and from the shores of Pundaquit, Capones Island is a 25- to 35-minute boat ride depending on the sea condition.

TravelNorth Tours offers specialized and customizable tours for local and international tourists alike, with a wide range of budget options, to discover the great Philippine North with its majestic mountains, pristine beaches, historical and UNESCO heritage sites.

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