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Zambales has been gifted with the natural beauty of its surroundings. It has been touched by civilization yet has maintained its rustic glory and beauty. The Zambales coastline is most famous for its sandy beaches and deep blue sea teeming with coral reefs.
The province has a few lowlands along the narrow coast where the town centers are located. The northern part is basically swampy. Mountain ranges containing most mineral deposits as well as some volcanoes are found in the eastern portion.
Zambales has 13 towns and one city, with Iba as the provincial capital.
Tagalog is the predominant dialect followed by Ilocano and Zambal. English is widely spoken.
There are two pronounced seasons: dry from November to April, and wet during the rest of the year.
Zambales is basically an agricultural province. The chief products are rice, corn, vegetables, and rootcrops. Major industries include farming, fishing, and mining.
The information here has been sourced from Wikipedia. Check back to see our own updates after our team has explored this part of the Philippines.