Come and Witness the Alluring beauty of Capones Island
Capones Island, also known as Isla de Gran Capon, is a stunning example of the Philippines' natural and historical treasures that many people have yet to discover. Located in Pundaquit, Zambales, the island is one of the most idyllic attractions of the province and is only a few hours’ drive from Manila.
Blessed with lush scenery and greenery, the island attracts adventurers as it is ideal for camping and trekking. Visitors are even allowed to stay overnight. For people who desire more familiar conveniences, there are resorts located near the island that offer great lodging at reasonable rates.
Make sure to take lots of photos. Enjoy every minute of your stay on this lovely island.
Experience the delightfully adventurous activities that the island has to offer:
Capones Island is accessible by bus from Pasay or Caloocan going to Iba, Zambales. The fare ranges from 260-300 pesos. The estimated time of travel is 3 to 4 hours. Get off at the town of San Antonio and ride a tricycle to Brgy. Pundaquit. The fare is more or less 30 pesos for a 15 to 20 minute drive. From Barangay Pundaquit, boats are available going to Capones Island for 700 pesos (round trip).
From NAIA, you can ride a plane to International Subic Airport or Iba Local Airport.
Visitors can ride the Mt. Samat Express, a ferry at CCP going to Subic for 250-300 pesos, or Supercat from Mall of Asia going to Orion, Bataan. From there you can ride a bus going to Iba, Zambales and get off at San Antonio.