Dive in Anilao and Batangas

Diving packages in Anilao and Batangas

Intro Dive Package For Beginners - Overnight

Intro Dive - Php 5,800 per person including 1 shore dive, full gear, 1N2D room and 3 set meals at Anilao Beach Buzz and Dive Resort. Actual dive is 30 minutes. Follow up dive on the same day is Php 1,800 per person. Optional Boat rental - Php 3,000 Dive pass is Php 200 per day.

PADI Open Water Diving Course

Get your Open Water Diving Certification with a low number of student to instructor ration and get quality for your hard work. Dive and explore the reefs in the Philippine islands ( email - siltlessdeepsea@gmail.com)

Open Water Course from PSS ( professional scuba schools)

Experience a different platform for learning to dive, this is usually a longer training process than the usual open water course. It uses a revolutionary way of learning using the EVO training software plus with more water time compared to the typica, open water courses

Advanced Open Water Diver Course

Advanced Open Water Diver Course - Php 17,000 per person includingfull gear rental, book, logbook and license or certification.Boat Rental is additional Php 3,500 Dive pass is additional Php 200

Intro Dive Package For Beginners - Day Tour

Intro Dive Package- Php 2,800 per person including 1 shore dive, full gear and Set lunch for 1 person. Actual dive is 30 minutes, overall it is 2 to 3 hours activity. Follow up dive on the same day is Php 1,800 per person. Optional Boat rental - Php 3,000Dive pass is Php 200 per day.

Diving in Anilao and Batangas

Anilao
A province that is famous for excellent dive sites and the world’s lowest volcano, Batangas is going nowhere but up. It is a thriving tourist destination replete with open beaches and sheltered coves, subterranean caves and deep harbors, a preserved heritage and brave men in history.

The area around Anilao is home to some of the most pristine reefs in the country and it is particularly popular with photographers and those seeking macro life. The waters here have pretty much everything you need with sandy slopes, drop-offs and walls, swim throughs and overhangs, pretty coral gardens and so on. Visibility here tends to be very good and upwards of 20m is common.

The reefs play host to a huge range of smaller species including nudibranch, shrimps, ribbon and moray eels, frogfish, mimic and blue ring octopus, mandarin fish etc. Larger species are abundant and you will regularly see jacks, snappers, trigger fish and angel fish. At certain sites the strong currents may attract turtles, white tip and black tip reef sharks. Blue spotted and eagle rays are often seen in the deeper waters. There is also a profusion of hard and soft corals and sponges in these waters.

Its many dive sites that are ideal for poking around and observing marine life, and outstanding for macro photography. Multi-hued crinoids are prolific. The variety of nudibranchs is unmatched. Night dives are specially nice and often reveal unusual creatures like sea hares, sea goblins, catfish eels, ghost pipe fishes, blue-ringed octopuses, mandarin fishes, and snake eels.

The area’s best known dive site, coral-covered Cathedral is spectacular at night. One of the prettiest dives in the area, Sepok has nice coral gardens and a vertical wall.

Dive sites in Ligpo Island and Sombrero Island are home to different types of corals. Enjoy reefs diving on ledges that drop to 90 feet (27 meters) deep and more. Diving spots like Batalan, Mapating Rock and Layag-Layag Reef are great for snorkeling and home to a variety of coral formations also shoals of pelagic fish and small reef fish are common to be seen.

Destinations like Anilao-Mabini, Culebra Island and Malajibomanoc Island are home to great numbers of dive sites and are located minutes away from Batangas. These islands are surrounded by shallow ledges at a depth range of 15 to 25 feet (4 to 8 meters). Soft and hard corals are seen on these ledges and it is a great spot to watch sharks and many other sea lives.

Famous is the Verde Island drop offs at great depths 0 to 300 feet (0 to 91 meters). However you must beware of the strong currents here.

You can dive on the Spanish galleon which sank in 1620. The visibility is good and the site is home to many beautiful fish, large gorgonians, and plenty of soft and hard corals.

SCR Rebreather Space 40

Travel to Anilao and Batangas

Batangas
Batangas is a beautiful province on the southwestern part of Luzon, with beautiful sandy beaches that attract many divers and snorkeling fans. Its attractive dive sites are ideal for observing marine life, and outstanding for macro photography.

Batangas offers a huge diversity of dive sites and marine lives inhabiting these sites. Batangas diving includes all kinds of dive sites that may suits divers of all levels. Ship wrecks, coral reefs, drop offs, caves and tunnels are numerous. Batangas possesses some of the best dive sites in the Philippines.

Batangas dive sites are accessible by land or by sea. Anilao-Mabini, Balayan Bay and Nasugbu are parts of this district and home to many beautiful dive sites and attractive coral reefs with huge diversity of sea life, also it offers great visibility most of the year.

Anilao, close to Batangas is an area just two and a half hours south of Manila that is a very popular diving destination. Considered by many to be the first region in the Philippines to attract scuba divers.

In the 60's, a whole coral reef was transplanted onto a large rock formation close to the shore. Contrary to popular belief at the time that the adventure would fail, the coral has flourished. As a result, diving has developed and is at the forefront of the industry in the Philippines to this day.

Visibility is good and the opportunities for photography are excellent. Most of the best dives are actually found around the islands of Sombrero and Maricaban, a short boat trip away from Anilao. A short drive north of Anilao is the quiet town of Nasugbu where good diving is abundant, so get out your magnifying glasses and your cameras and be prepared to swim with your head down.

The short journey time from Manila and the quality of the diving makes this a very popular destination for those seeking a break from the capital, for those taking diving courses and for people staying here as part of a two centre holiday.

The emphasis in Anilao is firmly on the outdoors and in particular the water, as well as diving, visitors engage in Kayaking, snorkelling, sailing and island hopping.

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    Koala Dive site, Anilao Philippines
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    The Difference Between Sidemount and Backmount Diving
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    Confined pool dive sessions during a tec sidemount course
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    atop the shallow reef on a stop after a long dive in Sombrero Island
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    Descending into the Wreck
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    SCR Rebreather Space 40
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    Diving sidemount
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    Descending into the 40 meter wreck on Sidemount Configuration
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